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Scholarships and grants

We understand that studying can be expensive and that you may need financial support. The Dutch government supports students by subsidizing the tuition fees of all EEA students. Therefore EEA students pay a lower tuition fees than non-EEA students. In addition, the Dutch government allows EEA students to take out loans for their tuition fees.

Tilburg University scholarships

Tilburg School of Humanities offers a small number of partial tuition fee waivers to excellent non-EEA students applying for Liberal Arts and Sciences, Online Culture: Arts, Media & Society, Cognitive Sciences and Artificial Intelligence. These tuition fee waivers cover a part of the tuition fees for non-EEA students.

These are the only scholarships available for Bachelor’s students at Tilburg University.

External scholarship sources

If you wish to find an external scholarship, please take a look at Study in Holland’s Grantfinder. This is an online search engine for Dutch scholarships for international students who wish to study in the Netherlands.

If you are a refugee or asylum seeker, you might be eligible for a grant from the Foundation for Refugee Students (UAF). This organization provides financial and mental support for refugees and asylum seekers who wish to study in the Netherlands.

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