The 2014-2015 University Twente Scholarships (UTS) is now open to excellent students from EU and non-EEA countries (international students), applying for a graduate programme (MSc) at the University of Twente. Non-EEA include students from Africa, and other international students.
Business Information Technology
Civil Engineering and Management
Construction Management and Engineering
Educational Science and Technology
Human Media Interaction
Industrial Design Engineering
Industrial Engineering and Management
Environmental and Energy Management
Philosophy of Science, Technology and Society
Science Education and Communication
Sustainable Energy Technology
Systems and Control
Level of Study: Master’s
- Your programme starts in September
- Have been admitted to one of the above mentioned graduate programmes at University of Twente before March 15
- Have graduated with excellent results in their (under-)graduate programme, where excellency is based on overall CGPA
- Comply with the conditions to obtain a Dutch visa
- Comply with the overall English language test norm Academic IELTS 6.5 (or TOEFL iBT of 90) and an additional 6.0 (TOEFL iBT 20) on the subscore of speaking skills
- You are currently not eligible for a Dutch study grant
- Have finished a possible pre-master at the University of Twente (if applicable, but not alll courses)
- Students who are not directly admitted to a master, but will start a ‘pre-master’ programme can already apply for a UTS. If they do not finish the pre-master with a CGPA of 7,5 out of 10, they cannot be granted UTS.
Worth of Award: There is a limited number of UTS scholarships available, and the scholarship amount for students from non-EU/EEA countries is either €10,000, €12,500, €20,000, or €22,500. The scholarship amount for students from EU/EEA countries is maximum € 10,000. Amount awarded is dependent on course of study..
How to Apply
- You have to first apply to a master’s programme and be accepted before you can complete the application form because you will be required to confirm that you have a provisional acceptance as well as a student number
- Identify a master’s course of choice and apply to it so that you can be accepted before the March 15th deadline when you are expected to complete the scholarship application (see link below)
- Use the online application form below to apply
Deadline: 15 March each year. You should ideally submit your application for admission two months earlier
To read more about the scholarship, click here. To check out details about master’s programmes, click here. To start online application for the master’s programme, and be accepted before March 15, click here.