The University of Amsterdam (UvA) seeks to recruit the brightest students from across the world to its international classrooms. Outstanding students from countries other than the EU/EEA are eligible to apply for an Amsterdam Merit Scholarship (AMS).
Students benefit from strong academic career pathways, with several opportunities to study within or across fields, from the Bachelor’s level up to the PhD level and beyond. In all Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at the UvA, teaching and research are inextricably interwoven.
The University of Amsterdam now has over 7,000 foreign degree and exchange students from over 100 countries enrolled. During their stay in Amsterdam, they are actively supported by UvA professionals and fellow students. The UvA assists with practical issues like as opening a bank account, applying for visas, and locating housing.
The University of Amsterdam Merit Scholarship is available to overseas students pursuing master’s degrees. University of Amsterdam scholarships range from €2,000 to €25,000, depending on the faculty.
- Level of Study: Masters
- Institution(s): University of Amsterdam
- Study in: Netherlands
- Program Period: Depends upon selected course.
- Deadline: January – May (Annually). Click on the course below to check its deadline.
Eligible Level/Field(s) of study:
Eligible Masters Degree programme offered by the following Faculties:
- • Child Development and Education
- • Communication
- • Economics and Business
- • Humanities
- • Law
- • Medicine
- • Psychology
- • Science
- • Social Sciences
Eligibility for Amsterdam Merit Scholarship
A non-EU/EEA passport holder who has applied to the University of Amsterdam for a degree program may apply for an Amsterdam Merit Scholarship.
Please review the unique requirements for each faculty, before you proceed to submit an application.
Applications must be sent to the graduate schools’ admissions offices. On the Faculty or Graduate School websites, you may discover information about the precise eligibility requirements, selection criteria, and application procedures. Application deadlines for scholarships vary per faculty. With the exception of few, most faculties have a deadline on 15 January each year.
For comprehensive instructions on how to apply for this scholarship, it is crucial to visit the official website (link provided below).
How can you apply for the Amsterdam Merit Scholarship?
To apply for this scholarship, please follow the steps below:
(1) Applications should be sent to the Graduate School Admissions Offices.
(2) The AMS deadlines change according on the Faculty or Graduate School.
(3) Specific eligibility requirements, selection criteria, and application procedures can be found on the Faculty or Graduate School websites.
- Education and Child Development
- Business and Economics
- The Social Sciences
You can Submit an application for this scholarship here.