The Amsterdam Scholarship is now Open . Bachelor Students Can apply for Amsterdam Scholarship 2013

Deadline is 1st June 2013.

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The Students who have Enrolled in one of Following Programmes

1. The track GRAPPA from the Master’s programme Astronomy & Astrophysics and  Physics
2. The track ‘Green Life Sciences’ from the Master’s programme Biological Sciences.
These two programmes correspond with two research priority areas of the Faculty.

  • Those Who have Completed or are in the process of Bachelors,and have a grade average corresponding to the top 10% of the students .
  • Who are expected to have an overall grade point average (GPA) equivalent to at least:
    –  3.5 (GPA American system)
    –  1 (a 1st class honours / upper division British system)
    –  8+ (Dutch EC-system)
  • Who are able to comply with the conditions to obtain a Dutch visa (if applicable).
  • Who are expected to meet the English language requirements of the Faculty of Science.

Level Of Study:

Scholarship For Bachelors or Who are Completing Bachelors and intend to enroll in the Master Programs.


Applications should be received by the committee of the Faculty of Science before 1 June 2013.

this includes a sufficient English proficiency test result. Selection will take place from May 2013 onwards. Scholarship candidates will be notified as soon as the selection is known.


  • Students who need a VISA and residence permit: 1 June
  • Students who need a residence permit only: 1 July
  • EU/EEA students: 1 July

How To Apply:

Students Can apply by sending the following by mail to the Faculty Director

  • a statement of motivation, 1 page A4 maximum, stating the reasons for attending the programme
  • at least two letters of reference from academic staff members
  • copies of written work such as a selection of term papers, copies of scientific publications and a copy of the bachelor thesis if available
  • curriculum vitae
  • any other material that will strengthen the application: copies of prizes/awards obtained, a description of relevant work experience, etc.
  • up-to-date translated and certified transcripts

The Programme Director will make a first selection and can recommend a candidate for a scholarship to the Science Scholarship Committee. An assessment will be made by the Science Scholarship Committee considering the presented information.

Programme director Green Life Sciences – Robert Schuurink
Programme director GRAPPA – Patrick Decowski

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