TU Delft Scholarships 2020 (Fully Funded Master’s)

//TU Delft Scholarships 2020 (Fully Funded Master’s)

delft university technology scholarships

Delft University of Technology scholarships are being offered to international Master’s students. Founded in 1842, this university, also known as TU Delft, is the largest and oldest public technology university in the Netherlands. Also, this university is one of the best universities in the area of technology and science and is considered to be the best in the Netherlands.  

The Delft University of Technology has 12,000 undergraduate students and 10,000 graduate students taught by 4,000 professors. These students and professors are being taught on campuses in the Netherlands and around the world.  


Delft University of Technology Scholarships (Master’s) 

Justus and Louis van Effen Excellence Scholarships 

  • Scholarship Amount- Full Tuition and Living Stipend for two years 
  • Eligibility- GPA of 80 percent for your bachelor’s degree in a university outside of Netherlands 
  • Application Dates- Application opens in October 1st and closes on December 1st. 


How to Apply 

You need to complete the admission application before you submit the scholarship application. Before October 1st, it is recommended that you look at the required materials and admission procedures in the official scholarship website. After you submit the admission application, you can submit the scholarship application.  

The application materials can be found in Master’s Admissions Page. The application will be opened on October 1st and the deadline is December 1st for the scholarship (April 1st is the admission deadline). The scholarship information can be found in Delft University of Technology Scholarships Page. 


More Scholarships in Europe 

There are many scholarships that are available for international students in Europe. To access these scholarships, visit the Europe Scholarships Category. Before we end, I have included a video guide for a famous scholarship in Europe, which is called the DAAD Scholarship.