SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS
In some cases you may be eligible for (full) funding for your studies (in Dutch: studiefinanciering) if you comply with one of the following conditions:
you have the nationality of one of the countries of the European Union and you work in the Netherlands
you have the nationality of one of the countries in the European Union and you have been resident in the Netherlands for a minimum of 5 years without a significant break
you have the nationality of one of the countries of the European Union and one of your non-Dutch parents, your husband/wife or registered partner has the nationality of an EU country and works in the Netherlands.
Want to know more? See the information at
DUO (Dienst Uitvoering Onderwijs). Non European Students
There are several options for acquiring scholarships and grants that cover some or all of the costs of a study programme at Van Hall Larenstein University of Applied Sciences (Non European students are not entitled to get financial support by the Dutch government). In general, candidates should bear in mind that official procedures require several months. It is therefore advisable to submit a scholarship request as early as possible.
It is useless to contact headquarters of organisations to ask about scholarship opportunities. Applications should instead be submitted through local projects/delegations only. An overview of relevant organisations you can apply to can be found here.
For an overview of other sponsoring agents specifically targeting Dutch study programmes please consult the Grant Finder web tool that has been developed by Nuffic. The address is
www.grantfinder.nl. Examples of grants and scholarships
Netherlands Fellowship Programme (NFP) StuNed Holland Scholarship