Rotterdam school of Management, Erasmus University offers scholarships for students from non-EEA countries who are not entitled to pay the EEA tuition fee, provided their grades are considered ‘excellent’. The scholarship will be awarded in the form of a partial waiver from the non-EEA tuition fee. This scholarship is meant for prospective students and awarded for the first year only.
The Erasmus University Holland Scholarship is financed by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science as well as Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. This scholarship is meant for international students from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) who want to do their bachelor’s or master’s at RSM.
The Entrepreneurial Spirit Scholarship is a scholarship and mentorship programme founded by two IBA-alumni of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) and funded together with other alumni to support students who might otherwise not fully participate in the Bachelor programme in International Business Administration (IBA). In addition to financial support, recipient students are mentored personally by one or two donors for the duration of their studies.
The Erasmus University Rotterdam is participating in the Private Loan Programme from Sallie Mae. EUR students with U.S. citizenship may apply for the Smart Option Student Loan and the Sallie Mae Parent Loan. The loan is meant to finance your stay at the EUR and could cover your tuition fee, room & board and miscellaneous.
The China Scholarship Council (CSC) offers various types of scholarships for Chinese passport holders who want to study abroad. See for more information and application criteria the CSC website.
If you are in full-time higher education in the Netherlands, you might be eligible for student finance from DUO. You must satisfy a few requirements. Please click for more information.
Grantfinder is a fast and easy-to-use scholarship search tool. You can find additional information about scholarships and grants to fund your studies in The Netherlands.