This NN Future Matters scholarship and coaching programme is open for applications to young people from European countries seeking to undertake their master’s study in the Netherlands. The programme aims to help students engage in own professional development. Selected students receive an amount of €5,000 or €20,000 (for Japan and Turkey), and will be matched with an NN mentor for coaching throughout their studies.
One of the priorities of NN Future Matters scholarship to Study in Netherlands is to build the economic capabilities of today’s young people. This social responsibility is taken very seriously, and to offer young people who need support access to our means and expertise.
The scholarship consists of an amount of € 5,000 (except for students from Turkey and Japan) and a mentorship. You will receive € 4,500 in 2 instalments of € 2,250 each during the academic year and € 500 at the end of your studies.
So, are you the first within your family to study at a university? Do you need financial support for your studies? Are you from one of the selected countries and planning to do your master’s in the Netherlands? And are you studying in the field of finance, risk management, economics, data science, entrepreneurship, IT, communications or human resources? Then make sure you apply for the NN Future Matters Scholarship programme.
The scholarship consists of an amount of €5,000 (except for students from Turkey and Japan who receive up to a maximum of €20,000) and a mentorship.
See Also: Radboud Scholarship Programme for International Students
Level and Discipline
Master’s in the field of finance, risk management, economics, data science, entrepreneurship, IT, communications or human resources.
Place of Study
NN Future Matters scholarship will be taken at participating Universities in the Netherlands.
To be eligible to apply for the NN Future Matters scholarship, the following criteria must be fulfilled:
- You are from Belgium, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Japan, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Spain or Turkey.
- The master’s degree programme is a full-time programme in the field of finance, risk management, economics, data science, entrepreneurship, IT, communications or human recourses at one of the participating Dutch research universities.
- The master’s degree programme starts in September of the academic year.
- You are a first-generation academic, i.e., your parents or guardians don’t have a bachelor’s degree (or equivalent).
- You have a strong financial need for the scholarship and are able to prove this.
- You meet the specific admission requirements of the institution of your choice.
- When applying for a 2-year master’s programme, please note that your application for the scholarship is valid for the first year. You can apply for a scholarship for the second year of the master, if you have been granted a scholarship for the first year.
Also Check: Eric Bleumink Fund for Master’s Awards at the University of Groningen
Application instructions and participating universities
Your application for the NN Future Matters scholarship needs to be submitted online via the online application system (Delta).
- Collect all required information and documents before starting with your online application. It is not possible to save your application and continue at a later stage.
- Your application can be rejected if it is not complete.
- Submit one application. If you consider more than 2 study programmes, please name them in the remarks field of your application. If you submit more than one application, only the most recently submitted application will be taken into consideration. The others will be cancelled.
- If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 9 Dutch universities below are participating in the NN Future Matters scholarship programme.
- Erasmus University
- Maastricht University
- Radboud University Nijmegen
- Tilburg University
- University of Amsterdam
- University of Twente
- Utrecht University
- VU Amsterdam
- Eindhoven University of Technology
Required application documents
Please check the application page for the full details of the required documents to be attached and updates on the application deadline.