Scholarship for non-EU/EER students
The Knowledge Grant(*) is an allowance awarded on a year-by-year basis, which promotes the enrolment of high-quality international degree 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 EC credits per year, not including exemptions).
(*) Subject to change and no rights can be derived from this page.
Eligible international students are those students who at least meet the following basic criteria:
enrolled for a full-time programme at Inholland University of Applied Sciences for the first time and also arrange to re-enrol in the subsequent years;
are not nationals of the EEA, Surinam or Switzerland;
required to pay the institutional tuition fees, and
started their programme in or after the academic year 2018 – 2019 (Please note: different criteria and allowances may apply depending on the start year of your degree)
Students who receive a Holland Scholarship are not eligible for a Knowledge Grant in that year.
For the academic year 2022-2023 it will be mandatory again to fill out an online application form to be considered for the 2022-23 Knowledge Grant. Since academic year 2020-2021, a new procedure for application is in place. The online application form can be found in the Student Self Service portal after login (under Scholarships), in due course. All possibly eligible students will also receive information by e-mail. The application deadline will be 31 August 2023.
|2018-19 start year||The basic criteria apply, grant amount is EUR 2.600
and the 60 EC (or more) can be achieved randomly1). Only students who switched programmes may be eligible, conditions apply.
|2019-20 and 2020-21 start year||The basic criteria apply, the amount is according
to the allowances table below and the 60 EC (or
more) can be achieved randomly1)
|2021-2022 start year||The basic criteria apply, the grant amount is according
to the allowances table below and the 60 EC (or more) have to be achieved from the 1st or 2nd programme year (and onwards from each programme year for each consecutive Knowledge Grant) (truly nominal)
1) obtained between 1 Sept 2022 – 31 Aug 2023, but from any programme year
Students who meet all the above-mentioned requirements can apply to obtain this allowance by attaining 60 EC credits per year, not including exemptions.
The Inholland Knowledge grant is divided into three components:
In case you meet all requirements, and complete the academic year 2022-2023 successfully (60 EC credits or more), you may expect the payment of the grant in December 2023 for students (re-)enrolled in September 2022, or in July 2024 for students re-enrolled in February 2023.
More information regarding the rules, regulations and exceptions of the Inholland Knowledge Grant are published in the 2022-2023 Education Guide (Education Guide 2022-2023; Chapter 3; 3.3 Profiling Fund Regulations; Article 5 Knowledge Grants)
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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.