BELGIUM MASTER MIND SCHOLARSHIPS 2022
DEADLINE: 29 APRIL 2022
The Flemish Ministry of Education and Training awards scholarships for master's programmes in Flanders and Brussels to outstanding students from around the world. A Master Mind Scholarship includes a grant of €8 400 + a tuition fee waiver per academic year (60 ECTS). Master Mind Scholarship holders only pay an administrative enrollment fee. The grant is paid in instalments and covers accommodation costs, insurances and a significant amount of their living expenses. If you are interested, you first need to apply to one of the 10 Flemish host universities that participates in the Master Mind Scholarship Programme.
A Master Mind Scholarship includes a grant of €8 400 + a tuition fee waiver per academic year (60 ECTS). The full benefits are
a tuition fee waiver per academic year;
A stipend to cover living expenses.
Please note that the Master Mind Scholarship does not cover administrative enrollment fees. Successful candidates are required to make provision for all other expenses not covered under this scholarship, i.e. health insurance, flights, additional tuition costs above the tuition offer.
Each participating institution has its own deadline for application.
University of Antwerp: March 1, 2022
Ghent University: April 6, 2022
Hasselt University: March 15, 2022
Vrije Universiteit Brussel: February 25, 2022
AP University of Applied Sciences and Arts: March 1, 2022
HOGENT University of Applied Sciences and Arts: March 25, 2022
KdG University of Applied Sciences and Arts: March 30, 2022
LUCA School of Arts: March 1, 2022
PXL University of Applied Sciences and Arts: March 1, 2022
All nationalities can apply;
Only candidates who want to undertake a Master’s degree programme at a Flemish higher education institution can apply;
Candidates should have achieved a high level of academic performance: Grade Point Average of 3.5 out of 4.0
Language proficiency in English;
Must be accepted to a master’s programme at a Flemish higher education institution that is eligible for the Master Mind Scholarships to be able to receive the scholarship;
Applicants must have completed a previous degree at a higher education institution outside Flanders
HOW TO APPLY
Applicants must have applied to one of the Flemish host institutions that participates in the Master Mind Scholarship Programme. After the host institution accepts your application, the host institution will starts the application procedure for the Master Mind scholarship by creating an application file in the Mobility-Online tool then you will receive an email generated by the Mobility-Online tool notifying you of being pre selected for a Master Mind scholarship. Upon receiving the email, you will then register in the Mobility-Online tool to complete your application file before the deadline.
Documents to be uploaded:
International passport or national ID;
A Curriculum Vitae;
Transcript of records; if written in another language than Dutch, French, German or English, a certified translation must be enclosed;
English language test results or letter of exemption provided by the host university;
Motivation letter written in English;
Two signed recommendation letters from lecturers or professors of previous home university or recent employer written in English;
Copy of degree certificate(s); if written in another language than Dutch, French, German or English, a certified translation must be enclosed.