Information for Dutch embassies - MSP scholarships

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Embassies determine which candidates are best suited for the MSP.

As an embassy employee you check the applications on their eligibility and assess the applications, while taking the embassy focus areas into consideration. You also play an important role in the promotion of the MSP, and in maintaining ties with alumni.

Deadlines

The MSP has 2 application deadlines a year. Check the deadline overview below for more information. The procedures are fully digitalised in Nuffic’s application and selection tool, Atlas.

Atlas user manual for Netherlands embassies‌ (986.4 kB)

Each deadline involves 6 phases which take place over a period of 16 weeks:

  1. Preparation of the course offer + recruitment of candidates (Dutch institution)
  2. Application for the scholarship (applicant)
  3. Nomination of the candidates and grant submission (Dutch institution)
  4. Eligibility check and assessment of the applications (embassy)
  5. Selection (Nuffic)
  6. Grant award (Nuffic)

Short course deadlines 2019

MENA Scholarship Programme Overview short course deadlines‌ (106.5 kB)

Assessment

The eligibility check and assessment of applications is performed twice a year. You have 4 weeks to determine if the applications are eligible and qualify for a scholarship.

You can reject applications that do not fully meet the criteria, for several reasons. You can find documents with these reasons below.

Documents

‘Now the world gets to know what happens in Indonesia’

24 July 2019
After four years of close collaboration with Dutch universities, Universitas Indonesia in Jakarta has significantly modernised its education and research.

Nuffic Report in support of World Bank’s SHAEA initiative

4 January 2019
An inventory of institutional relations between the Netherlands and Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Malawi, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Benin and Cameroon.