The NFP promotes capacity building within organisations in 62 countries by providing training and education through fellowships for professionals. The NFP is funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs under the budget for development cooperation.
Applicants must request these fellowships at the Netherlands Embassy or Consulate in their country, supported by a letter of eligibility from Netherlands University where they have gained admission.
Candidates who wish to apply for NFP Scholarships should begin the application procedure as soon as possible. Below is the procedure for scholarship application:
Please note that in most countries the Royal Netherlands Embassy maintain a NFP Embassy application deadline of at least a month later than the University NFP deadline.
Contact the Royal Netherlands Embassy in your country to check the exact NFP Embassy application deadline.
African Scholarships » African Women Scholarships & Grants » Developing Countries Scholarships » Erasmus Mundus Scholarships for Developing Countries » Fellowship Programs » Funding Grants for NGOs » Government Scholarships » LLM Scholarships » MBA Scholarships » PhD and Masters by Research Scholarships » Public Health Scholarships - MPH Scholarships » Refugees Scholarships » Research Grants » Scholarships and Grants » Undergraduate Scholarships & Grants for Students
Scholarships in Netherlands - Scholarships for Development - Netherlands Fellowship Programmes - Study in Holland - Scholarships for Netherlands - MBA Scholarships Programme - Business School Netherlands - Scholarships Netherlands - Scholarship Positions - Netherlands Fellowship Programmes (NFP) for Short Courses - Netherlands Scholarships - PhD Scholarships in Netherlands - Master Scholarships in Netherlands - Postdoc Scholarships and Fellowships in Netherlands - Nuffic Scholarship – Netherlands Scholarships for Developing Countries - Grants