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You can find FAQ about OTS/HS/STS below.

Concerning study year 2021-2022:

HS = Holland Scholarships (€ 5.000)
STS = Saxion Talent Scholarships (€ 2.500)
OTS = Orange Tulip Scholarships (€ 5.000)

For more information and eligible programmes please check here.

Holland Scholarship (HS)

GPA 80%

IELTS 7.0

€ 5.000

Saxion Talent Scholarships (STS)

GPA 70%

IELTS 6.0

€ 2.500

Orange Talent Scholarships (OTS)

GPA 75%

IELTS 7.0

€ 5.000

 

You can apply for the HS / STS scholarship in the Saxion portal. When you complete your study application you will be asked in the questions part, if you want to apply for a Saxion Scholarship. If you select YES, you will be able to fill out your GPA and English test score information. Please note that it is not possible to apply for a scholarship separately at a later stage.

You can find all the information here.

Yes, with the application in the portal you will apply for the Saxion Talent Scholarship and Holland Scholarship automatically. Nevertheless, you will only be nominated for one single scholarship. You will only have to apply once for a Saxion Scholarship (STS/HS). After receipt of your application we will first consider you for the highest possible scholarship you are eligible for. If you are not selected for that scholarship, you will be subsequently considered for the next.

The Saxion Scholarship is not a full scholarship. The scholarship amounts varies from one scholarship to another. You will receive this in the first year of your studies and it will be granted once only. 
Concerning study year 2021-2022:
HS = Holland Scholarships (€ 5.000)
STS = Saxion Talent Scholarships (€ 2.500)
OTS = Orange Tulip Scholarships (€ 5.000)

Full information about the scholarships can be found here.

You can find an indication of what international students should count on spending for one year of living and studying in the Netherlands here.

Few general conditions, your GPA and your English proficiency.
Please check the general and specific requirements of each scholarship offered by Saxion here.

 

Your most recent complete grade list, which you use to enroll at Saxion. We will check the documents you upload on the Saxion application portal. Check also the admission/entry requirements here.

https://www.saxion.edu/entry-requirements

It varies for each scholarship. Please check the information here.
 

IELTS, TOEFL (paper and internet based), TOEIC and Cambridge English Score

We will check the documents you upload on the Saxion application portal.

Check also the admission/entry requirements here.

Applicants who are not required to hand in a proof of their English level for their admission to the programme are considered for the scholarship with an IELTS of 6.0. If you feel your English level is higher than an IELTS 6.0 you have to take the IELTS test and submit the certificate before the deadline.
Check also the admission/entry requirements here.

In the Saxion portal where you can choose your English test, there is also the option to select ‘Exemption’.

You find the table of the English scores here.

 

You have to submit the required documents before the deadline of 1 May in the SIS portal. Due to the nomination process it is not possible to defer the deadline

OTS: check the website of the NESO Office of your country.

For more information about scholarships check here.

Yes, for the STS/HS you need to submit a motivation letter by uploading it in the Saxion portal.

OTS: check the website of the NESO Office of your country.

For more information about scholarships check here.

HS and STS: You have to apply between 21 January and 1 May.

OTS: Check the website of the NESO Office of your country.

For more information about scholarships check here.

HS and STS: The result will be announced by email within 30 days after the deadline 

OTS: Check the website of the NESO Office of your country.

For more information about scholarships check here.

If you want to apply for the Holland Scholarship you should submit your application and an IELTS 7.0 before 1 May. If you want to apply for the Saxion Talent Scholarship you should submit your application before 1 May so you can participate in the scholarship procedure and, if nominated, the scholarship will be awarded to you after successfully finishing the Preparatory course (in June). During your application procedure you must fill in your IELTS score, please choose ‘other’ and fill in ‘Prep student’.

We aim to inform you about the result of the scholarship before the payment deadline. If a scholarship is granted to you, you will receive an adjusted invoice. If for some reason we were not able to inform you about the result of the scholarship on the payment deadline, you will have to pay the full package fee.

You can request for a bank details form so we can refund the scholarship amount to you.

Yes, Saxion is participating the OKP and StuNed scholarships programmes. Please check this link to get more information about these scholarships programmes.

Yes you can under the condition that your new study programme is eligible for the scholarships you have been granted for.

The scholarship amount will be divided between the 3 instalments. Please make sure that you submit the correct scholarship ‘Acknowledgement of debt’ form before 1 July. You can find the forms here.

No, we cannot. The scholarships assessment is done based on the details on your submitted scholarship application.

Every country has their own grading system. Check here regarding the Diploma per country. You need to convert your GPA to the grading system.

 

GPA score in % calculated. GPA is an abbreviation for "grade point average," which typically calculated by adding all the numbered grades you've received and dividing them by the number of credits you've taken.

(Please note that we do not need a GPA per subject, we only need the overall GPA score in %) 

For example: You have a GPA of 3.6 (out of 4), your GPA % is 100 / 4 * 3.6 = 90%

Please check here for more Saxion Scholarship information and the required English / GPA requirements.