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Scholarship programmes for UT students

Both during your studies at UT and after completing your Bachelor or Master studies there are possibilities to go abroad with financial support. The scholarships below show the opportunities while studying at UT and also after your graduation (e.g. for a Master or PhD programme abroad). 

  • Financial assistance for mobility during your UT study

    When you go abroad for courses, an internship or graduation, you may be eligible for a scholarship. This overview lists available scholarships for study/ internships/ graduation abroad.

    Erasmus+ Study Scholarship

    The Erasmus+ Study Scholarship is available for UT students who will take courses at a partner university in one of the participating countries.

    Erasmus+ Traineeship Scholarship

    The Erasmus+ Traineeship Scholarship is available for UT students who will do an internship/graduation (traineeship) abroad at a company, education centre, university, research centre, or other organisation in one of the participating countries.


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    Twente Mobility Fund

    With the Twente Mobility Fund (TMF), the UT offers financial support to all students who want to take courses, do an internship or graduate project abroad in a non-European country for 8 weeks or more.

    Holland Scholarship – University of Twente

    The Holland Scholarship (HS) is a scholarship made available by the Dutch Ministry of Education Culture and Science and Twente University. It is meant for students who want to do courses, research or an internship outside the European Economic Area (EEA) for a limited number of countries.

    Student Ambassador Scholarship

    The UT would like to reward students who put effort into promoting the UT abroad. Do you have the opportunity to make a name for UT abroad, or can you convince international students to study at UT? You could be rewarded a € 100 Student Ambassador Scholarship (SAS).

    Other links

  • Financial assistance for mobility after your UT study

    Other sources

    • Beursopener: National database of funding opportunities for study/internship/research abroad.
    • Research Professional: Online database of research funding opportunities and a source of international research policy and practise news.
    • Erasmus+ After Graduation: Recent graduates can apply for the Erasmus+ scholarship for study or traineeship purposes. The Erasmus+ After Graduation programme is nationally managed by the Eindhoven University of Technology (therefore, you can not apply at the UT). To apply, please visit their websitePlease note that you can only apply for this scholarship before you actually graduate!
    • Study & Career: The UT offers career counselling and support for all UT students. Want to learn more? Visit the website of Student Affairs Coaching & Counselling.
    • Going Global: Looking for a job or internship abroad? Take a look at the Going Global Country Career Guides with career information from nearly 40 different countries (access through VPN).
    • Europass CV: The Europass CV tool helps you present your skills and qualifications effectively and clearly.