Application Deadline: 31st March, 2019
Offered annually? Yes
Eligible Countries: Students from outside the European Union (and not from Iceland,
Norway, Liechtenstein, Switzerland or Suriname)
To be taken at (country): The Hague University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
Eligibility: To be eligible for a World Citizen Talent Scholarship, candidate must:
- Come from outside the European Union (and not from Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein,
Switzerland or Surinam).
- Be enrolling for the first time at The Hague University of Applied Sciences.
- have to pay the full institutional tuition fee rate.
- Have never applied for this scholarship before.
- Have not applied for the Holland Scholarship.
- Have been provisionally accepted as a student (also-called offer of student position)
on or before 1 May 2018.
Selection Criteria: Appointed judges will select the 54 students whose essays will have
impressed them most to receive the scholarship. The decision of the jury is binding and
you will be informed about it via email before 15 May 2018.
Number of Awardees: 54
Value of Scholarship: €5,000.
Duration of Scholarship: One-time
How to Apply: To apply for the scholarship, you must 1st
apply to the Bachelor or Master programme of your choice and write an essay following the essay guidelines.
1. Apply for the Master programme of your choice by using the online Osiris application
2. Write an essay (in English, 950 to 1100 words ) explaining why and how you can
contribute to the multinational, multicultural beehive that is The Hague University of
Applied Sciences. Please read the essay guidelines and information on the
assessment procedure below before you start writing.
3. Submit your essay by completing the scholarship application form between 1
November – 31 March.
Important Notes: Please note that you will only be awarded the scholarship after you have
been conditionally accepted and have met all terms and conditions of enrollment. You will
receive the scholarship amount of € 5.000, after your arrival in The Hague and have set up
a Dutch bank account