Scholarships administered by Nuffic
Nuffic manages various scholarship programmes.
Erasmus+ is the new EU programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport and runs from 2014 to 2020. Among other things, Erasmus+ aims to promote international student mobility by offering scholarships for study and traineeships.
Erasmus Mundus is a programme of the European Commission. It aims to raise the quality of higher education in the EU and promote cooperation with non-EU countries through joint master’s degree programmes offered by partner institutions in EU member states.
The MENA Scholarship Programme (MSP) offers around 140 scholarships a year to professionals. The scholarships can be used for selected short courses in the Netherlands.
The NFP promotes capacity building within organisations in 51 countries by providing training and education through fellowships for professionals. The NFP is funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs under the budget for development cooperation.
The Orange Tulip Scholarship Programme was first launched in China in 2008. It now also runs in Brazil, Indonesia, Korea, Mexico and Russia.
The Science without Borders Holland Programme (SwB Holland), part of the general Science without Borders Programme, offers 200 scholarships a year to Brazilian students to study one semester or an academic year at undergraduate level in one of priority areas in the Netherlands.
The Sino-Dutch Bilateral Exchange Scholarship awards 25 scholarships a year to Chinese candidates for study or research in the Netherlands. This scholarship was formerly known as the China Programme.
StuNed Scholarships for master studies, short courses and customised training programmes are available for Indonesian professionals with at least two years' work experience in a development-related organisation.
Below is an overview of scholarship programmes that are managed by Nuffic, but do not offer any new scholarships.