First Talent Scholarships for International Students at Utrecht University, Netherlands
Utrecht University is now offering exciting First Talent Scholarships for international students who need financial assistance in the Netherlands.
Entrants who want to undertake a master’s degree programme in the field of law, economics, and governance are eligible to apply for this application.
Utrecht University is a public research university in Utrecht ranked 1st in the Netherlands and 52nd globally as of 2020.
- University or Organization: Utrecht University
- Course Level: Master’s
- Award: 5,000 EURO
- Number of Awards: 10
- Access Mode: Online
- Nationality: International
- The award can be taken in the Netherlands
- Application Deadline: 15th December 2021
NOTE: Applicants are eligible to apply to the School of Law, School of Economics, and School of Governance. The applicants must be accepted in either of the eligible programmes.
How to Apply
The students are required to fill an online application form from the university. The accepted applicants will be considered.
The applicants must submit the following documents:
- Transcripts till the most recent education
- Letters of reference
- Letter of motivation
- Copy of passport for proof of identity
The applicants must hold relevant bachelor’s degree certification to be admitted to any master’s degree programme.
The applicants must attain minimum required scores on the following English language proficiency tests:
- TOEFL – 100
- IELTS – 7
- Cambridge – 194; CAE B
- The applicants must submit NT2 for programs taught in Dutch.
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