Groningen University (Faculty of the Arts), 2019-2020

Founded in 1614 the University of Groningen is one of the oldest universities in the Netherlands and has an international reputation as one of the leading research universities.It is a university with a modern, studentoriented vision on education.The University of Groningen is a top-100 world university.

City  Groningen 
OTS Scholarship programmes

Two partial scholarships for  MA programmes (Faculty of Arts)

  • Each scholarship worth €5.400 per academic year and only partly covers living expenses (€450/month).
  • Specific study programmes: all master, research master and Erasmus Mundus master programs offered by the RUG Faculty of Arts
Duration of the Scholarship Entire duration of the studies
Deadline for application 1 April 2019

Contact details

Margo Slebus

M.A.J.Slebus@rug.nl

+31 50 3635917

http://www.rug.nl/education/international-students/

Academic Requirement

   Bachelor's degree

English Level TOEFL iBT or  IELTS or CAP/CPE (Score varies per Master programme, check admission requirements of the preferred Master programme).
Working experience Working experience is not a requirement
Additional requirements
  • Bachelor's degree
  • TOEFL iBT or  IELTS or CAP/CPE (Score varies per master programme, check admission requirements of the preferred master programme).
  • Admission requirements vary per master programme and each application is assessed on an individual basis. Specific details are mentioned at the webpages of each master programme
  • Information how to apply and information on practical things like visa, insurance, housing and on how to life and study in Groningen and the Netherlands can be found here
  • Please note: all official documents should be in English. If the original language is another, only certified translations are accepted. CV should always be in English.   

Documentation for OTS

  • Orange Tulip Scholarship application form
  • Proof that the admission process with the Dutch institution has started
  • Curriculum Vitae in English

About Faculty of the Arts, Groningen University

Founded in 1614 the University of Groningen is one of the oldest universities in the Netherlands and has an
international reputation as one of the leading research universities. It is a university with a modern, student-oriented vision on education. The University of Groningen is a top-100 world university. All programmes are accredited by the Dutch-Flemish Accreditation Organization (NVAO) and all degrees are internationally recognized.

The Faculty of Arts is the university’s largest and most diverse faculty, with 19 Bachelor’s and more than 45 Master’s degree programmes focussing mainly on the study of Archaeology, (Art) History, International Relations, Communication, Journalism, Language and Literary Studies and Linguistics. Also various regional studies are offered e.g. East Asian Studies, American Studies, European Integration, Middle Eastern Studies. 28 of the Master’s programmes we offer are completely taught in English. Over 5,000 students are currently participating in these programmes and the number of international students – degree as well as exchange students - is growing every year.

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