The Holland Scholarship is the new national scholarship programme for Dutch and international students. The scholarship is made available by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science together with 48 Dutch higher education institutions. They will grant scholarships to 1,536 students per academic year.
The Dutch consulate in Sydney has taken the initiative for a credit mobility scholarship programme, the New Holland Scholarship – Australia (NHS-Australia). It is a one-off programme, to commemorate a historic moment in time.
Scholarship for students from selected countries who want to do their master’s in the field of finance, risk management and economics in the Netherlands. These selected countries are the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Poland, Greece, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Spain, Hungary or Bulgaria.
Each EU member state has an Assistance Centre (AC). The AC of a country gives information to people who wish to practise their professions in that country. EP-Nuffic serves as the AC in the Netherlands.
To provide this service, EP-Nuffic cooperates with SBB, the Foundation for Cooperation on Vocational Education, Training and the Labour Market. SBB is the National Reference Point (NRP) in the Netherlands, the national contact point for information on vocational education in European countries.