Asylum seekers have often had to overcome great adversity to start over in a new country. As the number of refugees in the Netherlands is increasing rapidly, a higher education institution is opening its doors to give them the chance to become a valuable
member of society. We believe international talent should not go to waste, which is why The Hague University of Applied Sciences and The Hague Graduate School are offering up to three Susana Menendez Bright Future Scholarships (BFS) for the 2020-2021
academic year that are open to all asylum status holders. In our opinion, higher education plays an essential role in preparing refugees for the Dutch job market and expanding their network and knowledge. We are looking for talented people and professionals
who are ready to take on the challenge and join one of our Master’s programmes (available in English).
The scholarship covers the full tuition fee for successful candidates. Books will be provided for, but must be returned after graduation.
Programmes available in English:
Application deadline: 15 May 2020
Apply for the Master’s programme of your choice using the online application tool.
Write an essay (in English, 900 to 1100 words) outlining in what ways you intend to be an impactful innovator. What would you like to contribute to creating a better world with your degree? Please read our essay guidelines and further information on the
assessment procedure below before you start writing.
Submit your essay by emailing it to email@example.com. Please write ‘BFS’ in the subject line and state your student number in the essay.
If you are required to take a PPS-V test, we will provide you with more information.
Scholarship assessments and results
The scholarships will be awarded by a committee of judges selected by The Hague Graduate School. The committee’s decision is binding and you will be informed about the results by email by 1 June. Please note that you will only be awarded the scholarship
after you have been conditionally accepted and have met all terms and conditions of enrolment. By submitting your essay, you are giving us the right to publish it if desired. Scholarship winners are also expected to participate actively in the programme
and its evaluations, become an ambassador of The Hague Graduate School and contribute to the internationalisation of our institution. If you have any questions before applying, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please make sure to read the BFS Regulations, as it contains detailed information regarding this scholarship programme.