Looking at the world around you with open eyes: at The Hague University of Applied Sciences that is simply the norm. After all, it is by keeping its eyes wide open that a university of applied sciences can claim its place at the centre of society. That it can develop distinctive curricula to help students function confidently in a global society that is changing faster every day.
The Hague University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands offers scholarships to prospective Master degree students for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Prove you’re a global citizen by applying for the Talent Scholarship
Scholarship number and value
We offer a total of 9 scholarships to students who would like to start their Master programme during the academic year 2014-2015. At € 5,000 each, the scholarships covers a large sum of the university’s tuition fee and will only be awarded once. The scholarship is a tuition fee waiver of € 5000.
Eligibility for scholarship application
You are eligible to apply for one of these scholarships if:
You are enrolling for the first time for one of our International Master programmes
The scholarship is a tuition fee waiver of € 5000.
You have fully completed the scholarship application form
You will have been provisionally accepted as a student on or before 31 March
You have written an essay, as explained below (deadline 1 April)
Target Group: All students
Are you a world citizen?
We are seeking young, intelligent, talented and ambitious people who view themselves as citizensof the world. If this sounds like you and the conditions listed above apply to you, all you need to do is complete the application form and write an essay of 950 to 1100 words that would convince us to provide you with a scholarship.
In the essay, describe your cultural background and explain why and how you can contribute to the multinational, multicultural beehive that is The Hague University of Applied Sciences.
Our university is an educational united nations of 146 nationalities, where everyone speaks English. You will be taught by both local and international lecturers who have an easy way of interacting with the students. The social contact among the students also makes for an enriching study period.
The Hague is the perfect home for our university, it is a very international city which deserves its title – The International City of Peace & Justice. The vibrant seaside resort of Scheveningen, historic city centre and international diplomatic community all add to its international atmosphere. We know from experience that young people of every origin, colour and creed find both The Hague and The Hague University of Applied Sciences stimulating and inspiring.
When you are writing your essay, try picturing yourself as a member of this community. The university has appointed a committee to judge all essays, which should be submitted before 1 April, 2015. The judges will select the 9 students whose essays will have impressed them most and reward them with a scholarship. The decision of the jury will be binding.
By submitting your essay, you are giving us the right to publish it, if we so wish. We will also expect the lucky winners to help us with evaluations, and developments regarding the internationalization of our institute. We’re sure you’ll agree that this is a small price to pay for getting an education that will open up avenues to an interesting and successful career in a field of your choice.
If you have any questions before you apply, please send an email to email@example.com
Please note that allocation of these scholarships, is only possible after you have been conditionally accepted
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Scholarship application process and instructions
Step 1 – First apply to the Master programme of your choice
Step 2 – Write an essay: When writing your essay, try picturing yourself as a member of this community. In the essay, describe your cultural background and explain why and how you can contribute to the multinational, multicultural beehive that is The Hague University of Applied Sciences. Check the essay guidelines before you start writing.