Scholarships and grants
The Erasmus+ programme is a component of the European Lifelong Learning programme from the European Commission for mobility of higher education in Europe. An Erasmus+ scholarship covers a period of three to twelve months. Your own institution must participate in the programme and must also have a bilateral agreement with Radboud University before your mobility period abroad starts. For student internships, there is no need for a bilateral agreement.
For more detailed information, please contact the International Office of your home institution or visit the local website of the National Agency in your own country.
Study Fund for South African Students (FSS)
This scholarship offers South African students (including PhD candidates) the possibility to go on an exchange to the Netherlands for 3-6 months. Please check their website for more information.
Every year, Radboud University receives a number of international exchange students via so-called bilateral agreements of cooperation, which are concluded with universities world-wide to promote international mobility.
If you are a student currently studying at one of Radboud University’s international partner institutions and you fulfil the requirements of your home institution, you may be eligible for an exchange period at Radboud University, provided student exchange is part of the agreement. To find out whether your institution has a bilateral agreement with Radboud University, please contact Radboud International (formerly International Office) at your home institution.
Scholarships for Master’s and PhD students
There are also various scholarships available for students who want to pursue a Master’s or PhD degree at Radboud University. Scholarships for Master’s students can be found here, while future PhD students can find more information on the PhD pages.