Scholarships

We are proud to offer scholarships to talented international students that apply for a bachelor or master programme at Saxion University of Applied Sciences. We have developed a Saxion Scholarships programme and participate in different programmes all over the world.

Saxion Scholarships programme

Photo of students studying in the sun.Over the years we developed several scholarships that are available for talented international bachelor and master students from outside the EU/EEA.

» Read more about the Saxion Scholarships

Orange Tulip Scholarship Programme (OTS)

Saxion University of Applied Sciences participates in the Orange Tulip Scholarship programme in the following countries:

  • Brazil,
  • China, 
  • Indonesia,
  • Korea, 
  • Mexico,
  • Russia
  • Thailand,
  • Vietnam.

Check here for more information about the OTS.

Netherlands Fellowship Programme (NFP)

Starting this year the Nuffic launched NFP II. This scholarship programme replaces NFP. The changes in the programmes have led to changes in the application and selection process. Read a full explanation on our website!

MENA Scholarship Programme (MSP)

The Middle East and North Africa/MENA Scholarship Programme (or MSP) offers scholarships to professionals from ten countries. The scholarships can be used for short courses in the Netherlands. For more information read the information here.

Other Scholarships

Further information on how and where to apply for a scholarship, within the framework of cultural agreements between the Netherlands and your home country, or most other possible scholarships, is available at the nearest Royal Netherlands Embassy, or from the Dutch Education Organization NUFFIC. Also check grantfinder for an overview of funding opportunities that might be available to you.

Important notice

All Saxion scholarships are never paid in cash or transferred to a bank account. The scholarships are always deducted from the package fee. Allocation of scholarships is only possible after official enrolment or re-enrolment in each academic year.