Each year, Nuffic Neso Indonesia offers various types of scholarships for the Netherlands. One that is routinely available is StuNed (Studeren en Nederland) with several options. StuNed – Master is one among the StuNed scholarships. If you are new to it, the StuNed – Master scholarship is a master’s scholarship for a 12 to 24 month study period with many study programs. In addition to providing tuition for dependents (20,000 euros maximum per year), monthly living expenses, international and local travel expenses, and other expenses for study needs are required. Therefore, the StuNed Masters Scholarship is one of the full scholarships for the Netherlands.
The StuNed Scholarship Program itself is part of the Dutch government’s bilateral cooperation with Indonesia. Applicants can take advantage of this scholarship to take English courses at English language universities in the Netherlands.
The StuNed Scholarship is hospitable all international study programs organized by Dutch tertiary institutions. Except for distance learning and joint programs between universities. Priority is given to fields of study related to the area of bilateral cooperation between Indonesia and the Netherlands.
Priority:
Transport, (Agro) Logistics and Infrastructure:
Maritime Economics and Logistics; Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics; Maritime Economics and
Logistics; Logistics Management; Operations and Logistics Management; International Logistics, SCM and Procurement; Supply Chain Management; Environmental and Infrastructure Planning; Civil Engineering; Urban Management and Development; Coastal Engineering and Port Development; Coastal and Marine Engineering and Management; Urban and Regional Planning.
Security and Rule of Law:
International Law; International and European Law, Commercial Law; International Trade and Investment Law; International Commercial Tax Law; International Human Rights Law, Arbitration and Commercial Law; Global Criminal Law; Law and Digital Technologies; property Law and Knowledge Management; International Human Rights and Criminal Justice; Gender and Conflict Studies, International Relations; International Economics.
Agro-food and horticulture:
Organic Agriculture; Agricultural Water Management to Improve Land and Water Productivity; Food and Environmental Studies; Plant Sciences; Geoinformation Science; Rural Development and Innovation; Land and Water Development for Food Security; Integrated River, Lowland and Coastal Development Planning and Management – Land and Water Development
International trade, finance and economy:
Finance – Financial Markets and Regulation; Finance and Investment; Finance – Risk Management; International Business and Economics; Fiscal Economics; Business Administration: Specialization in Financial Management; Small Business and Entrepreneurship
General requirements:
Indonesian citizen, verified by photocopy of KTP or passport
Minimum education S1 / D4 and can show proof of academic achievement (GPA min. 3.00) evidenced by transcripts and diplomas that are legalized with the date and year of graduation listed on them.
Has been received in one of the master programs held in the Netherlands by Dutch institutions of higher education as evidenced by a Letter of Acceptance (letter of admission) from a university in the Netherlands that clearly indicates the name of the program of study, the start and end date. of the chosen program of study and the total tuition.
Employees/clients must obtain the approval of the institution as evidenced by an official statement from the institution’s leadership on a stamp indicating that its staff can study in the Netherlands. This statement is written on the StuNed form.
Scholarships are also open to recent graduates.
Good English skills are evidenced by scores on the TOEFL Internet Based Test (IBT) with a minimum score of 80, or a minimum IELTS of 6.0. The validity period of the TOEFL / IELTS test may be a maximum of two years from the date of the test. Applicants who complete their studies in an English-speaking country or graduate from an international program are exempt from TOEFL or IELTS scores, provided they graduate a maximum of 2 years before the deadline for applying for StuNed scholarships.
Declaration of willingness to attend and complete all conferences while receiving the scholarship written on the StuNed form.
No age restrictions
Application documents:
Online application form
A letter of acceptance (letter of unconditional admission) from a Dutch tertiary institution to the proposed conference
The minimum TOEFL IBT certificate scores 80 or the minimum IELTS score of 6.0
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