Orange Tulip Scholarship (Mexico)
A partial tuition waiver for outstanding Mexican students enrolling in a one-year Master's degree program at Tilburg University.
About the Orange Tulip Scholarship (Mexico)
The Orange Tulip Scholarship program (OTS) gives talented Mexican students the opportunity to study in the Netherlands with a partial tuition fee waiver. Tilburg University offers four of these Scholarships.
Benefits of the Scholarship (2019-2020)
The Scholarship beneficiaries receive a tuition fee waiver and will pay a tuition fee of € 4,450.
Who can apply?
Applicants must meet the following basic criteria to apply for the Orange Tulip Scholarship (Mexico):
- You must have Mexican nationality;
- You must have at least an undergraduate (Bachelor's) degree – or expect to graduate before September 1, 2019;
- You must apply to Tilburg University for one of the programs listed below by March 1, 2019;
- You must be admitted to one of the programs listed below by April 1, 2019;
- You have excellent study results in your relevant (under) graduate program. As an indication, you must have graduated (or can prove that you are going to graduate) with an average result of at least 80% or must be among the 10% of your class;
- You must submit your OTS application to NESO Mexico by April 1, 2019.
Current Pre-Master students are not eligible to apply for the OTS (Mexico).
Eligible Master’s Programs
|MSc Accountancy||LLM European Union Law||MSc Communication and Cognition|
|MSc Business Analytics and Operations Research||LLM International Law and Global Governance||MSc New Media Design|
|MSc Econometrics and Mathematical Economics||LLM Law and Technology||MSc Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence|
|MSc Economics||LLM Labour Law and Employment Relations||MA Online Culture|
|MSc Finance||MSc Victimology and Criminal Justice||MA Management of Cultural Diversity|
|MSc Information Management||MSc Public Governance||MA Philosophy of Humanity and Culture|
|MSc International Business Tax Economics||MSc Global Management of Social Issues||MA Philosophy of Contemporary Challenges|
|MSc International Management||MSc Human Resource Studies|
|MSc Marketing Management||MSc Organization Studies|
|MSc Marketing Analytics||MSc Sociology|
|MSc Quantitative Finance and Actuarial Science||MSc Economic Psychology|
|MSc Strategic Management||MSc Work and Organizational Psychology|
|MSc Supply Chain Management||MSc Data Science and Society|
|LLM International Business Law||MSc Communication and Information Sciences|
|LLM International Business Tax Law||MSc Business Communication and Digital Media|
The application procedure is as follows:
Step 1 (deadline: March 1): Applicants must apply for admission to Tilburg University for one of the programs listed above.
Step 2 (deadline: April 1): Applicants must apply for the Orange Tulip Scholarship (Mexico) via NESO Mexico. Please note: during the selection procedure, preference will be given to applicants who are either unconditionally admitted to a Master’s program OR those whose graduation is the only outstanding admission condition.
Step 1: NESO Mexico will review the applications and forward applicants’ details to the Scholarship Coordinator at Tilburg University.
Step 2: The Scholarship Coordinator will coordinate the selection of Scholarship recipients. Please note: during the selection procedure, preference will be given to applicants who are either unconditionally admitted to a Master’s program OR those whose graduation is the only outstanding admission condition.
May 1: The Scholarship Coordinator will inform all applicants of the Scholarship awards.
May 10: The successful applicants must confirm acceptance of the Scholarship.
May 13: The Scholarship Coordinator will reallocate any Scholarships to applicants on the waiting list, if Scholarships have not been accepted. This process will continue until all Scholarships have been awarded and accepted.
June 1: The final Scholarship awards made; applicants on the waiting list will be informed of the final outcome of their Scholarship application.