Ursula Glunk Master Scholarships on Media Culture in Netherlands 2014/2015

Ursula Glunk Scholarship is international scholarships on Media Culture for international students in 2014/2015. The scholarship was farewell gift from Dr. Ursula Glunk (now working for Zeppelin University (Germany) as a Program Director of LEIZ.

Maastricht University is a university of superior quality and is unique in its international ambitions. Half of its 16,000 students are non-Dutch and come from dozens of countries and all seven continents.

The master’s programme in Media Culture combines theoretical reflection with practical research and media skills. This one-year programme is offered in English. It provide students with the academic training to investigate ongoing transformations in media culture and the skills to participate in these innovations.

Study in: Netherland
Host Institution: Maastricht University
Course Level: Master
Course Starts: September 2014

CLOSING DATE: 1 February 2014
Notification: April 2014

Field of Study(s):

 Media Culture, at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Target Group:

 This international scholarships offered to applicants from Africa, Asia, and South America.

Duration of the Program:

 Maximum 12 months


  • Talented master’s students, who has been admitted to the master Media Culture at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Maastricht University starting in September 2014.
  • Candidates should hold a passport from an emerging country in South America, Africa and Asia. Candidates have to meet the requirements for obtaining a Dutch visa (’MVV’ – residence permit).

What does it cover:

Ursula Glunk scholarship provide €13.000 for the tuition and a contribution in the living expenses for the duration of the master’s program Media Culture at the faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Maastricht University with a maximum of 12 months as described:

  • € 4.000 for Tuition fee (The remaining tuition fee must be paid by the scholarship recipient)
  • € 300 as Visa costs:  (Paid by the Scholarship Office)
  • € 650: Allowance per month with a maximum of 12 months (arranged and paid by the Scholarship Office)
  • € 500 for Health and liability insurance:  (arranged and paid by the Scholarship Office)

How to apply:

  1. You need to be admitted to the master’s program, which means that you have to submit a complete master’s and scholarship application by the scholarship deadline 1 February at the latest.
  2. Download the application form at the link below, complete and upload it at the online address.

Source of information and Ursula Glunk Scholarships’s application form is here.



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