The world is too big to spend your whole life in the same place. Especially when, during your time as a student, your willingness to explore and learn about other cultures is at its peak.
Can you imagine studying in a continent as developed as Europe? Probably not for many. After all, the high cost of living and education is a barrier for many.
Faced with this situation, there are many institutions and organisations that offer incredible scholarship options and private financing to make the dreams of many foreign students a reality.
Do you want to know more about it? Take a look at this list of scholarships to study in Europe that everyone should know about.
7 OF THE BEST OPPORTUNITIES TO STUDY IN EUROPE
LEIDEN UNIVERSITY EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIPS
The Netherlands has a wealth of study opportunities, especially at university level. One of the leading institutions is Leiden University (LExS). It has a programme for high-level students interested in pursuing a Master’s degree, which offers:
- Cost between €10,000 and €15,000 of the tuition fee.
- Full funding of tuition fees, with no living expenses.
CHALMERS IPOET SCHOLARSHIPS
We flew direct to Sweden to learn about more than 50 scholarship options through IPOET. These agreements allow non-EU and non-UK students to study any master’s programme offered by the institution with a 75% tuition fee reduction for 4 semesters (approximately 2 years).
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS
As well as those mentioned above, this institution offers highly qualified foreign students the possibility of accessing scholarships to finance access to the university, in addition to an allowance sufficient for one person porno.
EMILE BOUTMY SCHOLARSHIPS
This French call for applications seeks out the most outstanding international students from outside the European Union to give them access to bachelor’s or master’s degree programmes at their institution.
The amount of funding depends on the academic programme you wish to apply for:
- Master’s degree: € 5,000 to € 10,000 for 2 years.
- Undergraduate: € 3,000 to € 12,300 for 3 years.
We return to the Netherlands to present this next option, which brings together a small number of highly talented students to gain access to any of the Radboud University Nijmegen Master’s degrees at a much lower cost.
Among the benefits it includes, the following stand out:
- Waiver of a percentage of tuition fees.
- Coverage of living costs, residence permit and health insurance.
- Funding for liability insurance.
DANISH GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIPS
Nearby, in Denmark, the Ministry of Education also has various offers available to the international community to join undergraduate or Master’s programmes.
The funding model for this programme varies depending on the university you choose, as it can include:
Full or partial tuition waiver only.
Full or partial tuition waiver, and coverage of living expenses for a specified period.
NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIPS
Remember when we mentioned that the Netherlands has a wealth of options? Well, it also has government programmes.
With the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science as the main sponsor, this scholarship offers up to €5,000 for foreign students to enter higher undergraduate or master’s studies at any of the agreement universities in the Netherlands.