Scholarship for non-EU/EER students
UPDATE 16 November: Temporary modification requirements Knowledge Grant 2019-2020
The general aim is to financially support promising international bachelor students. Students who obtained the minimum score of 60 ECTS are eligible to receive the Knowledge Grant. Due to the corona crisis we concluded a relaxation of requirements is desirable when taking the impact of the corona crisis into account.
Relaxation of requirements
It was therefore decided to disregard the last two terms (P3 and P4) and award the Knowledge Grant 2019-20 to those students who have obtained at least 30 EC during the first two terms (P1 and P2). Students who obtained a minimum score of 30 ECTS during the first two terms (P1 & P2) of 2019-2020 are eligible to receive the Knowledge Grant of academic year 2019-2020. Disregarding P3 and P4 is considered to be a relaxation of the requirements as communicated before the summer break. Students who meet the above mentioned criteria and meet all other general Knowledge Grant-criteria for 2019-20 will be notified on the 2019-20 Knowledge Grant result by us mid-November.
Resits P1 and P2
Various resits of P1 and P2 couldn’t be facilitated by the degree programme last academic year (2019-2020) due to the corona situation. Students who can prove that they obtained the required minimum of 30EC for the first two terms (P1 and P2 of 2019-2020) at a later moment might still be considered for the 2019-20 Knowledge Grant, under the condition that they filled in the online application form before the deadline of 31st August 2020.
To do so, these students require a declaration from their degree programme stating that the programme could not offer this resit during academic year 2019-20 and a transcript of records proving that this student. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Knowledge Grant* is an allowance awarded on a year-by-year basis, which promotes the enrolment of high-quality international (degree-seeking) students. A high-quality student is a student that completes their programme at Inholland University of Applied Sciences within the nominal study duration (thus, attaining 60 credits per year, not including exemptions).
(*) Subject to change
More information regarding the rules, regulations and exceptions of the Inholland Knowledge Grant are published in the Education Guide.
EU and Dutch students are advised to use the Nuffic Grantfinder, which allows you to determine if you are eligible for any scholarships/grants/loans from external sources. DUO is the key source of information and all queries regarding grants and loans need to be directed to them.