Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences is now accepting applications for its partially funded Amsterdam Talent Scholarship.
About Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences and Scholarship
What are the benefits of attending Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences? The institution assists students in training the future workforce in a variety of higher education topics and professions.
A sizable Dutch institution for higher professional education, the Hogeschool van Amsterdam, University of Applied Sciences (HvA), or Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS), was founded in 1993. In addition to a variety of (professional) master’s degree programs, the HvA primarily provides bachelor’s degree programs. Students from the HvA’s foreign partner institutions can enroll as exchange students and study there.
Eighty study options are available through the HvA at several venues across Amsterdam. The school continues to have connections with the University of Amsterdam. Over 40,000 students are served by the 2,300 staff members of the HvA.
Placements in a job are a crucial part of learning. Every student at the HvA participates in a practical work term to get real-world experience in their subject of study. Such placement may be in a business or organization both domestically and overseas. The HvA organizes the majority of its instruction into modules, which are delivered across two semesters or four ten-week intervals. Seven ‘domains’ (faculties) make up the 90 college programs offered by the HvA. The NVAO has accredited 23 of these programs. The institution offers various part-time courses in addition to full-time programs.
Successful non-EEA students who have been enrolled in one of the programs offered by the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences are given the Amsterdam Talent Scholarship after each academic year.
Details about the Amsterdam Talent Scholarship at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences:
Scholarship Sponsor: Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
Scholarship Value: 50% of the institutional tuition fee
Number of awards: N/A
Study level: Undergraduate
Host Institution(s): Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
Course: Applied Science
Eligibility Criteria for Amsterdam Talent Scholarship
A candidate must satisfy the requirements for the Amsterdam Talent Scholarship. The candidate ought to:
- Having the ability to fulfill the requirements for a Dutch visa, if necessary
- Participate in a program at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences.
- Paid the institutional tuition cost for students who are not EEA
- Not earn a scholarship with full coverage for the same time period of study
- Have completed the whole 60-credit* academic year with a minimum grade of 7,0
* All credits necessary for their academic year’s timetable should have been earned by ESP students, the European School of Physiotherapy.
Application Procedure for Amsterdam Talent Scholarship
Those who match the requirements can apply for ATS by filling out the online application form. The application form should be filled out completely before being submitted to the appropriate ATS contact person (information can be found here), along with a copy of your residence permit (front and back) and a certified grade list for the current academic year. The education office is where you may ask for the grade list.
Note: After completion of a full year of studies on August 31, applicants should submit their applications for ATS to the appropriate ATS contact person before December 31 of the same year. Each of the AUAS faculties has a contact person for ATS who can give you more information on ATS and can process your application.
The Application Deadline is: December 31, 2023.