The Holland Scholarship is a scholarship made available by the Dutch Ministry of Education Culture and Science together with Dutch research universities and universities of applied sciences. It is meant for students who want to study, do research or an internship outside the European Economic Area (EEA).
This scholarship is meant for UT students intending to study abroad. For scholarships for degree seeking students intending to study at the UT, please visit the Scholarship Finder.
The Holland Scholarship is available for students of the UT who want to study, do research or do an internship outside the European Economic Area (EEA).
Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences (BMS)
Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS/EWI)
Faculty of Engineering Technology (ET/CTW)
Faculty of Science & Technology (S&T/TNW)
ITC / University College Twente (ATLAS)
The contribution towards your study / internship expenses is € 1,250.
- You are going abroad in the UT academic year 2021/2022;
- You are following a full-time programme at the UT;
- You are NOT following a double degree program;
- You will use the scholarship for studying, doing research or an internship with a minimum duration of 2 months and a minimum of 10 ECTS;
- Scholarships can not be combined with other UT Scholarships (Erasmus+, TMF and Holland Scholarship).
- Your study, research or internship will take place in a country outside the EEA.
- A Holland Scholarship is not meant for study or internship in your home country.
We recommend that you apply for the scholarship at least 2 months before you plan to go abroad. Your scholarship application (the 'before the mobility' section in Mobility Online) has to be finalized two weeks before departure.
After you register your stay abroad in Mobility Online, and answer the scholarship question, a scholarship will automatically be allocated to you. You can not specifically apply for a specific scholarship; scholarships are allocated by the scholarship officer based on availability and eligibility. If you are eligible for more than one scholarship, the scholarship with the highest scholarship amount will be allocated (depending on availability).
A limited number of scholarships is available. The scholarships are awarded on a first come, first served basis.
The UT does not provide financial support for study/internship in areas or countries that are considered unsafe (in Dutch: ‘onveilig’) by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. International Office reserves the right to deny your Holland Scholarship application based on additional safety information. For detailed information (in Dutch) about the safety of countries worldwide, please visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website (link below). Keep in mind that study/internship abroad is always considered a non-essential trip.
You can find information about the Holland Scholarship on the WilWeg website, which contains a range of information about studying, doing research or about internships abroad in general. Moreover, you will also find some testimonials of students.
If you have any questions about Holland Scholarship or other outgoing scholarships at the UT, please feel free to email our Scholarship Office at email@example.com.
The Holland Scholarship is made available by: