Europe scholarships


Application deadline: May 1, 2020

Value: $5000

Type: Post Graduate

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The Holland Scholarship is a partial scholarship financed by the Dutch Ministry of Education. This scholarship is intended for international students from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) who wish to enroll for Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in the Netherlands.


The Holland Scholarship is financed by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture, and Science together with Dutch research universities and universities of applied sciences. This scholarship is meant for international students from outside the EEA who want to do their Bachelor’s or master’s in the Netherlands. The Ministry ensures that it is only students from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) that participate or are eligible to apply for it. Now, this avails the opportunity for students in developing countries to take a considerable step academically in pursuing their Bachelor’s degree and Masters.

Holland Scholarship is not a full-tuition scholarship, but the Ministry ensures that qualified students get enough funds to study or carry out research. The scholarship provides a chance for awardees to get to know about the popular Orange Country’s culture even as they study. The scholarship offers the opportunity for the fellows to work while they study.


The Holland Scholarship is open to eligible applicants who wish to begin undergraduate and masters courses in the selected universities in the Netherlands


The Holland Scholarship sponsors the academic program in the host institutions that begin in 2020/2021


There are two groups of the institution hosting the Holland Scholarship. The Universities of Applied Sciences and Research Universities


The Holland scholarship is worth € 5,000.


To be eligible, applicants must:

  • Be from a non-EEA country.
  • Be admitted for a Bachelor’s or Master’s program in a participating university.
  • Have never before studied at an education institution in the Netherlands.
  • Meet the specific application requirements of the participating university for the program of choice.
  • Not be eligible for other reasons to pay the statutory tuition fee, which is determined by the Dutch Ministry of Education, and thus be required to pay the institutional tuition fee;
  • Have a minimum score of 550 in the TOEFL English test or a formally recognized equivalent, such as the IELTS (level 6.0).
  • Be applying for an English-taught Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program
  • Have the ability to formulate coherently in written English, and you have a vision of the chosen area of interest. Essay writing is part of the selection procedure.
  • Be strongly motivated to be successful in the sector.
  • Have team spirit and a flexible attitude in an international working environment.
  • Be financially eligible for a Dutch visa.


The deadline for application is 1 May 2020; however, this deadline varies per host institution.


Eligible applicants are to apply for the Holland Scholarship at the Dutch institution of their choice, provided they meet the institutions’ selection criteria.



  • All applicants for the Holland Scholarship will be informed by email no later than 15 June 2020 regarding the outcome of their registration.
  • The nominees on each institution’s shortlist for the Holland Scholarships for incoming students will be awarded the scholarship only after they have been successfully admitted to the study program.
  • The nominees on the institution’s Holland Scholarship shortlist ranked outside the first ten bursaries (i.e., those on the ‘reserve list’) will be notified no later than 15 July 2020 regarding the final status of their nomination.
  • Applicants who have sound and reasonable arguments to appeal against their rejected registration can send an objection letter to the director of the faculty of the institution where they have applied.

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OPEC/OFID Scholarships for Developing Countries 2020

Application deadline: April 14, 2020

Value: $50000

Type: Post Graduate

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OPEC/OFID was created in the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) which is a group consisting of 14 of the world’s major oil-exporting nations, to initiate a program

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Study in Denmark – Danish Institutes for Study Scholarship

Application deadline: January 4, 2020

Value: $5000

Type: Post Graduate

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Ranked as a top country to study currently, Denmark is a great place for you to study abroad and one great feature is that most courses in the Country’s Universities are taught in English. So, if you don’t speak Danish but still want to study in Denmark, it is possible! Trust me, your pocket isn’t a problem, and really, what about if you went on somebody else’s money? That’s what DIS will do for you!
Yes! One excellent way to study abroad in Denmark is via the Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS). This group was founded on bridging the economic gap of study. That is, providing students with unique opportunities to learn and develop critical leadership skills to help them in a globalized world.
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Study in Denmark | What is about DIS?
DIS offers intensive, rigorous coursework enriched by field studies, hands-on learning opportunities to students who wants to study in Denmark and its environs. Their program is unique in Denmark for

  1. Need to be based: Particularly for Denmark, the scholarships they offer caters alone for needs as it is a need based only scholarship.
  2. It provides up to $5,000 per semester and from $250-$1,000 for summer semesters.
  3. Diversity Scholarship: This scholarship is designed to give support to students who come from groups that aren’t as largely represented in study abroad programs. Those who can apply are students from diverse racial, ethnic, cultural, economic, education backgrounds.

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Study in Denmark| DIS study in abroad Copenhagen.

The scholarship program to study in Copenhagen paves the way for you to select any University there but on the road. That is, you get to travel through Europe even as you study. For more information visit DIS study in Copenhagen

Study in Denmark | How to request through DIS?

In order to request approval to study abroad with DIS, you are to visit studyabroad and search for the featured DIS semester you want. Once you have selected a featured program, click the “apply now” button and complete the Request to Study Abroad. Here, your request will be reviewed and your registered mail will get all the information you need.

The deadline for the Copenhagen Scholarship program for 2020/2021 is on the 4th of January 2020.

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