LUC The Hague recognises that all students are individuals, with their own particular circumstances and challenges. We seek to ensure that the single most important criterion for studying at LUC is academic talent and ambition.
With this in mind, LUC The Hague offers financial support to a number of excellent students who might otherwise be unable to attend. Please note that financial support applications are assessed on a competitive basis and are based on demonstrated need.
Financial support at LUC The Hague consists of fee-waivers for example institutional fee, housing or books. Most range between € 2000 and € 7000. LUC The Hague does not offer financial support for all study expenses.
Conditions for financial support
•You must have received an offer to study at LUC The Hague
•You must be in excellent academic and social standing
•You have not obtained a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree yet
•You must be in need of financial support in order to study at LUC The Hague
•All students can apply but priority will be given to non-EU/EEA applicants
Students will only be able to apply for financial support if they have gone through the admissions process and .
Therefore students need to take into account the following steps if wanting to apply for financial support:
1. Complete Admissions application: Students requiring financial support
2. Request form: Request a financial support application form by sending an email to the admissions office. Only complete applications will be accepted.
3. Submitting financial support form: Submit the financial support form and additional documents by April, 1 2017. Decisions regarding scholarships will be made after the deadline.
4. Accepting an offer: If a financial support package is offered, the student will then have two weeks to accept the admissions offer AND financial support offer to enrol at LUC The Hague.
Conditions for renewal financial support for current students
•You have a minimum GPA of 3.0
•You have passed the required number of courses and hence do not have any credit shortage at the end of the academic year
•You are in honourable standing both academically and socially
•You can demonstrate that your and your financial guarantor’s situation has not changed
Other options to fund your studies
There are also other possibilities to receive funding for your studies. Please take a look at these websites to find out if you are eligible for one of these scholarships:
- List of Scholarships (Alphabetical Order)
- Holland Scholarship Programme (for non-EU/EEA students only)
- Grantfinder Nuffic
- Grant finder EU Scholarships
And don’t forget!…
You may be eligible for rental subsidies, health insurance subsidies and loans provided by the Dutch Government.
- Rental subsidies: Rent Subsidy is a tax refund provided by the Dutch Government, to people who rent a room or a house but don’t have a sufficient income. All single studio-apartments at LUC The Hague qualify for this subsidy. You will need to check if you qualify for this financial support (unfortunately only available in Dutch).
- Health Insurance Subsidy: You may be eligible to receive a Health insurance subsidy which may reduce your personal expenses. If you are an EU student you are eligible to work in The Netherlands, but need a health insurance, therefor this may be an option (if you qualify), to get access to health insurance.
- Dutch Student Finance: The Dutch government provides options for student finance. You may be eligible to apply for either loans, supplementary grants or both. Please check with DUO if you qualify for these loans.
Leiden University also supports the following loans:
- Canadian loans
- UK-Professional Career Loan program ( Barclays and the Cooperative bank) / Skills Funding Agency.
- SallieMae Smart Option Loan
For more information and contact details please visit the main scholarships website.