We manage various scholarship and subsidy programmes for studying in the Netherlands and studying abroad.
Individual scholarships - Orange Knowledge Programme
The Orange Knowledge Programme gives Dutch education institutions the opportunity to offer scholarships to mid-career professionals from eligible countries, to study in the Netherlands.
MENA Scholarship Programme (MSP)
The MENA Scholarship Programme (MSP) offers scholarships to professionals for short courses in the Netherlands. It also has a Tailor-Made Training component.
Desmond Fortes Scholarship
This scholarship targets ambitious professionals from Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, Eastern Europe and Central Asia who are employed within FMO's client network.
Van Gogh Programme
The Van Gogh Programme promotes exchanges between Dutch and French researchers. It targets specific research projects and annually supports around 40 researchers from both countries.
NN Future Matters Scholarship
Scholarships for international and Dutch students to study in the Netherlands.
The Holland Scholarship is the national scholarship programme for Dutch and international students.
Orange Tulip Scholarship
These customised scholarships will increase the talent development in a country with a Nuffic Neso office by allowing talented students to study in the Netherlands.
Information for Dutch institutions - MSP scholarships
Dutch institutions are responsible for the course offer and for recruiting and nominating suitable candidates for the MSP.
Information for Dutch embassies - MSP scholarships
Embassies determine which candidates are best suited for the MSP.
1 August 2019
20 PhD candidates have been granted a scholarship by the National Research Foundation of South Africa (NRF) and Nuffic’s Netherlands Education Support Office (Neso) South Africa.
1 April 2019
The National Research Foundation of South Africa (NRF) and Nuffic have launched the second call for applications for PhD candidates from South Africa. The deadline is 7 June 2019.
23 August 2018
The Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation, Sigrid Kaag, is investing through Nuffic an extra €10.1 million in scholarships for 9 countries in Africa and the Middle East.