Starting now, a new scholarship system for Neurasmus!
The NEURASMUS Excellence Scholarship program (NExS) will be run according to the following principles:
- every student applying for the NEURASMUS Master Programme is allowed to apply for NExS;
- in his or her prior academic education, the applicant must have achieved excellent study results which are relevant for the programme for which the student wishes to enroll.
Available scholarships: NExS Student scholarships
Scholarships are open to higher education students from all over the world.
The amount of the scholarship is based on academic merit. Applicants will receive a personal offer upon selection. The scholarship can imply a specific mobility scheme. Students that need help to cover the tuition fees can apply for the NExS programme.
The NEURASMUS Excellence Scholarship programme (NExS) has four types of awards: Gold covers the full tuition fee; Silver covers 75% of the tuition fee; Bronze covers 50% of the tuition fee; Ivory covers 25 % of the tuition fee.
Candidates should be fully aware of the financial costs of the programme, as at the time of the application there is no guarantee that they will be awarded an NEURASMUS Excellence scholarship.
Irrespective of the chosen study track:
- For non-EU/EEA students: € 4,500 per semester (18,000€ for the 2 year-program) ;
- For EU/EEA students: € 2,250 per semester (9,000€ for the 2 year-program) ;
Category Student Scholarship
- EU/EEA students: any candidate from the 28 European Union (EU) Member States and EEA-EFTA countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway);
- non-EU/EEA students : any candidate outside the EU who don't have a valid residence permit as an EU citizen.
Overview of the countries per category i.e. EU/EEA versus non-EU/EEA.
Here you can find a list of the EU/EEA countries.
In some situations, nationals of non-EU/EEA countries are liable for the same tuition fee as nationals of EU/EEA countries.
Non EU/EEA nationals can pay the EU/EEA tuition fee rate if they have:
- A valid residence permit based on an asylum residency permit for a definite or indefinite period of time.
- A valid residence permit based on a normal residency permit for an indefinite period of time.
- A valid residence permit based on a normal residency permit for a definite period, granted within the context of family reunification, family formation or partnership (with an EU/EEA national who lives in Europe).
- A valid residence permit as an EU citizen.