Amsterdam University College, Netherlands is offering full and partial awards to Dutch and International students for enrolling in Bachelor (Honours) degree programme in liberal arts and sciences. This full international award includes a monthly stipend up to EUR 5000 per year for EU students and EUR 15,000 per year for Non-EU students. partial awards include a monthly stipend up to EUR 2500 per year for EU students and EUR 7500 per year for Non-EU students. Applications will be submitted till 1 July 2013.
Study Subject(s): These opportunities are offered for studying liberal arts and sciences.
Course Level: These opportunities are for pursuing Bachelor (Honours) degree programme at Amsterdam University College in Netherlands.
Scholarship Provider: Amsterdam University College, Netherlands.
The award can be taken at: Netherlands
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Eligibility: ASF financial aid positions will only be awarded to selected persons who meet the following requirements. Persons who fail to meet the following requirements cannot receive financial support.
-An ASF Awardees must be fully admitted to Amsterdam University College. The ASF Scholarship cannot be transferred to another academic year or another academic programme.
-An ASF Awardees must have satisfied all visa and residence permit requirements, if applicable
-An ASF Awardees must have proven both merit and financial need.
-An ASF Awardees may not receive another full coverage funding for the same period of study as the ASF Scholarship. AUC must be notified if the student has been awarded another fully-funded position, and which scholarship the student has decided to accept.
-An ASF Awardees may not also receive an ASF-DAP Award.
Scholarship Open for Students of Following Countries: Applications for ASF The studentships are open to all students (Dutch and international).
Description: Applications for ASF The studentships are open to all students (Dutch and international). The AUC Scholarship Fund offers two types of ASF Scholarship: fully-funded programmes: EU students: EUR 5000 per year Non-EU students: EUR 15,000 per year partial awards: EU students: EUR 2500 per year Non-EU students: EUR 7500 per year. The AUC Scholarship Fund Board, consisting of representatives of the sponsors and AUC, is responsible for the selection and decides whether the applicant gets a full or a partial award, following a recommendation from the ASF Selection Committee.
Duration of award(s): The bursaries are offered for the whole duration of the programme. The ASF The studentships are paid to the student in 12 monthly installments. Students who receive an ASF support will be evaluated after one year of study. The ASF support will be awarded for another year if the student:
-has successfully passed the first year (a GPA of at least 3.0 and preferably to be on the excellence list with a GPA? 3.5
-receives a positive recommendation at the end of the academic year from his/her tutor and the Board of examiners
-can prove that the financial need base has not changed.
-The same procedure will be followed at the end of the second year.
What does it cover? The AUC Scholarship Fund offers two types of ASF Scholarship: fully-funded programmes: EU students: EUR 5000 per year Non-EU students: EUR 15,000 per year. partial awards: EU students: EUR 2500 per year Non-EU students: EUR 7500 per year. Please note that the program cannot be used as a (partial) tuition fee waiver; students are responsible for paying the tuition fee themselves.
Selection Criteria: Candidates wishing to apply for an ASF Scholarship must meet the following requirements.
-Candidates must have submitted a complete application for admission to AUC
-Candidates must have excellent school results and a strong motivation as reflected in their application and recommendation forms. The selection committee will also look at extracurricular accomplishments and activities relevant for AUC, as well as the future leadership profile/skills of the candidates.
-Candidates must demonstrate financial need (provide proof that it is financially impossible for them to study at AUC without a scholarship).
Notification: Not Known
How to Apply: If you want to apply for an ASF Scholarship, you must write a scholarship motivation letter, explaining clearly why you think you deserve a scholarship, and why you are applying for one.
-In addition to your scholarship motivation letter, you must also send us proof of your financial need. Dutch candidates can do this by confirming to us that, according to the information from DUO – IB-Groep (studiefinanciering), and based on their family income, they will receive the maximum additional grant (maximale aanvullende beurs). When they start at AUC in September, these students will be asked to deliver a copy of their DUO – IB-Groep declaration that they are indeed receiving the maximum additional grant.
-International students need to send copies of the salary statements of either parents or legal guardians, and preferably also their most recent tax returns. In order to be considered for the opportunity , the taxable income of both parents and legal guardians may not exceed EUR 45,000 or the equivalent in local currency. Ensure each document has the full name of the writer, contact telephone number and e-mail address. The documents must be accompanied with a signed declaration that all the documents have been filled in accurately and truthfully.
-Please send all documents for your ASF application to the AUC Scholarship Fund e-mail address, or by post to AUC
-Clearly mark all documents as belonging to an ASF application and add to each document your full name, contact telephone number and e-mail address.
application Deadline: The deadline for applications for an ASF award is 1 July 2013.