Kementrian Pendidikan, Kebudayan dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Belanda melalui
Nuffic kembali membuka beasiswa studi ke Belanda HSP Huygens Programme ,
secara umum beasiswa atas adalah untuk studi s1, s2 di Belanda.
Deadlinenya 31 January 2009, untuk lebih detailnya ada di bawah.
Dikutip dari kalenderbeasiswa. com
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The prestigious HSP Huygens Programme is open to excellent studentsfrom
all countries of the world. It is aimed at talented students whowant to
come to the Netherlands in the final phase of their bachelor'sstudies or
during their master's studies.
PhD applications can only be accepted from excellent students withthe
Croatian or Turkish nationality. Furthermore the minister hasreserved
part of the total budget for excellent students followingprogrammes in
Dutch language and literature, or Neerlandistiek.
The Dutch Minister for Education, Culture and Science has made
sevenmillion euros available for excellent students coming to
theNetherlands under the HSP Huygens Programme. There is no fixed
numberof available scholarships. The actual number is determined by the
totalcost of the variable components of the scholarships.
NEW APPLICATION ROUND
The HSP Huygens application round for the 2009-2010 academic year will
start on 1 November 2008.
Important: the complete application, both digital and paper dossier,
must be received by Nuffic no later than 31 January 2009. Applications
that have not been submitted digitally and on paper or applications that
are incomplete will not be accepted.
If you want to take part in the HSP Huygens Programme, you must meet the
* You are an excellent student: you have obtained excellentresults in
all your previous studies and you are in the top 10% ofstudents in your
study or research programme.
* You must have already attended a programme of education (e.g. high
school or above) in a country outside the Netherlands.
* TheDutch study programme should be registered in CROHO, the
CentralRegister of Higher Education Programmes. You can find this
informationin the Dutch nomination letter provided by the Dutch host
* Youshould be in the final phase of your bachelor's studies, or
studyingtowards a master's degree in the Netherlands, and your study
must beused primarily to earn a degree at the Dutch institution.
* Atthe start of the academic year (1 September) in which you study
in theNetherlands, you must be no older than 35 years of age.
* Scholarships are only awarded for studies lasting at least 6
months, but no longer than 24 months.
* Your studies or research in the Netherlands must constitute a
deepening and broadening of your previous studies.
* If you are already a graduate, you must have graduated less than
two years ago.
* Ifyou want to do research or practical training, it is possible,
but itmust form part of your studies (a programme on the CROHO list),
i.e.you must receive study credits for it.
The most important criterion is top quality in all senses of theword.
The Minister for Education has appointed a special committee toassess
quality. The committee makes its assessment based solely on
There are no selection interviews. All aspects of your
applicationdossier are considered when your application is assessed. The
committeeconsiders the following aspects:
* Your study history and pace.
* Your diplomas and grades.
* Your nomination letter.
* Your reference letters.
* Thestrength of your written motivation setting out why you have
chosenthis study programme in the Netherlands and the value it can add
toyour prior education.
* The importance of the Dutch programme for your future career.
* How well the proposed studies match your previous education.
* Extracurricular activities.
You will be informed on the decision of the selection committee as soon
as possible after 1 May 2009.The outcome will be published on our
website first. We will send allapplicants an e-mail explaining how to
access this information. Youwill also receive a letter by regular mail
on the outcome of yourapplication.
If you are selected your host institution will in most cases be
ofservice by making arrangements for any practical matters, such as
youraccommodation, your healthcare insurance and applying for a