Maastricht Scholarship by Stichting Kannunik Salden/Nieuwenhof
University College Maastricht (UCM) is a bachelor’s programme for students that are highly motivated and looking for a programme that gives the freedom to pursue their own interests. UCM provides a study programme for students that want to be part of a diverse yet close-knit academic community that encourages discussion and debate. UCM is a Liberal Arts and Sciences Honours College that provides small-scale and personalised bachelor's education. At UCM, you will be part of a truly international community, working and socialising with students from more than 50 countries. With the support of our committed staff, you can choose from more than 150 different courses in the Humanities, Social Sciences and Sciences to build an academic profile that helps you meet your future goals.
Stichting Kannunik Salden/Nieuwenhof offers one scholarship to a bachelor applicant to enable local students to study at University College Maastricht (UCM). The scholarship is specifically meant for students who have a socio-economic status that makes it difficult to study at a programme that asks a higher tuition fee, such as UCM.
Who is eligible?
- You are accepted into the Liberal Arts & Sciences programme of UCM for the September intake
- You are born and raised in Maastricht
- You have an average VWO grade of 7,5 or higher
- You can prove you have limited financial means by providing a tax return (of your parents)
- You are not a current student at UCM
The Maastricht Scholarship by Stichting Kannunik Salden/Nieuwenhof is awarded for the duration of the Bachelor’s programme, with a maximum of 36 months.
The Maastricht Scholarship by Stichting Kannunik Salden/Nieuwehof consists of three years of tuition fee, paid in full by Stichting Kannunik Salden/Nieuwenhof.
Applications will be open in October 2021.
Step 1: Register for the Bachelor’s programme Liberal Arts & Sciences at UCM via Studielink
Step2: Upload the following documents in the category ‘Apply for Scholarship’ in MyUM simultaneously:
- A filled out application form (application form will open in October 2021)
- Official documentation of financial situation, such as recent (parental) tax return and/or a copy of last pay check(s)
Other required documents: see step 3 on the webpage "Admission and registration"
Please note: Scholarship applications received by email will not be taken into consideration.
Step 1: UCM checks that all applications are complete in March 2022.
Step 2: UCM will do a competitive and excellence-bases assessment of the complete applications in March/April 2022.
Step 3: UCM will inform all applicants of the outcome in May/June 2022.