2016 Amsterdam Finance Graduate Scholarships For Non-EU Students To Study In Netherlands

2016 Amsterdam Finance Graduate Scholarships For Non-EU Students To Study In Netherlands

Applications are invited for Amsterdam Finance Excellence Scholarship (AFES) at University of Amsterdam. Scholarship is open for Bachelor/Master’s students (non EU) with work experience in the financial field from outside Europe. The Master in International Finance programme will award up to 2 Amsterdam Finance Excellence Scholarships of €7,500 for one academic year and up to 3 Amsterdam Finance Talent Scholarships annually of €10,000 for one academic year.

This prestigious new scholarship programme has recently been launched targeting exceptionally talented Bachelor/Master’s students with work experience in the financial field from outside Europe. The Amsterdam Finance Excellence Scholarship (AFES) is a waiver of €7,500 for one academic year.

Deadline: 1 February 2016 (for start in September 2016)

Funded By: University of Amsterdam

Beneficiaries(Target Groups): Amsterdam Finance Scholarships are targeted for non EU students and Amsterdam Finance Talent Scholarship (AFTS) is available for students from the Netherlands and the European Union / European Economic Area.

Amsterdam Finance Talent Scholarship (AFTS) – EU

‣ The Amsterdam Science Finance Talent Scholarship (AFTS) offered by the Master in International Finance programme is aimed at talented students from the Netherlands and the European Union / European Economic Area who choose to do the MIF programme. It is a scholarship of a waiver of €10,000 for one academic year.

Eligibility


‣ You have submitted a complete application and meet the admission criteria of one of the Master in International Finance programme.

Amsterdam Finance Scholarship (AFES)

‣ You have a grade point average (GPA) corresponding to the top 15% of students from your graduating class.

‣ You are able to comply with the conditions to obtain a Dutch visa (if applicable).

Amsterdam Finance Talent Scholarship (AFTS)

‣ You have a grade point average (GPA) corresponding to the top 15% of students from your graduating class. This means an overall grade point average equivalent to at least:

‣ 3.5 (GPA American system)

‣ 1st class honours / upper division British system

‣ 8+ (Dutch EC-system)

Selection Criteria for Amsterdam Finance Scholarships

‣ Selection for Amsterdam Finance Excellence Scholarship is on the basis of academic excellence, work experience ambition and the relevance of the selected Master’s programme to a student’s future career.

Scholarship Application Method 

‣ To apply to the Master in International Finance programme, university ask student to assemble and prepare a variety of materials that will help us assess your qualifications. All materials must be submitted via email by the application deadline.

‣ The application needs to be completed together with the following required documents:

  • Scan of your Passport
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Scan diplomas and transcripts (grade list)
  • Motivation letter
  • A copy or scan of your IELTS or TOEFL test results. You can be exempted from this requirement see admissions requirements.
  • Full-time Applicants: A copy or scan of your GMAT/GRE score report
  • Part-time Applicants: The Intellectual Capacity Test
  • Two recommendation letters (see second button below)
  • Application Form

‣ Scholarship Applications are due on 1 February 2016 (for start in September 2016).

‣ Application forms and guidelines can be download from the official website

‣ It is important to read the application procedure, and visit the official websites (link found below) for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.

For more Information about Amsterdam Finance Scholarships

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