Atlas scholarship

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The University College Twente offers an interdisciplinary Bachelor's programme in Technology and Liberal Arts & Sciences (ATLAS) for top students, integrating social and technical perspectives into a new engineering approach. The ATLAS Scholarship grants financial aid to students admitted to the ATLAS programme who would be unable to participate in the programme without such aid. The scholarships are awarded in order to foster the excellence and the diversity of the ATLAS student population. 

ATLAS Scholarship Information

The ATLAS Scholarship grants financial aid to non-EU students admitted to the ATLAS programme who would be unable to participate in the programme without such aid.

Will be available to you after you have been accepted to the programme only then do you become an eligible recipient. You must make sure to follow up after your acceptance if you wish to receive information about this scholarship. Please keep in mind that scholarships are limited.

Eligibility for Applying for Scholarship

Duration of our Scholarship

Scholarships are valid for three academic years in the amount of €6,000 per academic year, provided that the recipient remains eligible based on the conditions below.  

Conditions of the Scholarships

You must also apply for this scholarship before May 1st.

Other Scholarships

Holland Scholarship

The Holland Scholarship is a scholarship for excellent students from non-EU/EEA countries, applying for a study programme at the University of Twente. You can only apply to this scholarship once you have accepted admittance into the ATLAS programme.  You must make sure to follow up after your acceptance if you wish to receive information about this scholarship. You must apply for this scholarship before May 1st.  You can also check out Scholarship Finder to see if you are eligible for other scholarships. 

University College Twente is the Liberal Arts and Sciences college of the University of Twente. It offers a three-year, international Honours programme for motivated and ambitious students: the Bachelor of Science in Technology and Liberal Arts and Sciences, or ATLAS in short. UCT is based on the American model of liberal education, which means you get the freedom to design your own study programme. As a student, you learn and live together with your fellow students on campus. The programme is characterised by challenging encounters with important issues and more a way of studying, rather than studying a specific course or field of study.

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