European Union citizens who are registered as full-time students in Dutch higher education and who are younger than 30 can apply to the 'Informatie Beheer Groep' (IB-Groep) for a study grant to cover part of their tuition fees.

This request should be submitted to the 'IB-Groep' before 1st January of the academic year concerned. The fee is a grant, not a loan, and therefore does not have to be repaid. More information can be found on the website of the IB-group and on grants for EU and EEA students. 

Several institutions in Germany and the Netherlands provide information and advice on scholarships. Please contact them first, as they shall provide you with first-hand details.

The German Academic Exchange Service DAAD provides information on available scholarships.

Please contact also the International Office of the University Duisburg-Essen for detailed information on available and applicable scholarships.

The European Union has set up several programs to support the international mobility of students and graduated scientists.
For example, Sokrates/Erasmus may be applicable for you.

For detailed information and the possibilities of grants please contact one of the participating universities.

TWM-Scholarships for non-European students

Radboud Scholarship Programme

The Radboud Scholarship Programme offers a selected number of talented prospective non-EEA students the opportunity to receive a scholarship to pursue an English-taught Master’s degree programme at the Radboud University Nijmegen. The scholarship receivers have to pay 1,620 € tuition fee per study year instead of 4000.- €. The Radboud Scholarship also includes additional costs for non-EEA students such as costs for visa, residence permit and health and liability insurance. For further information follow this link to Radboud Scholarship Programme.