University of Amsterdam, Graduate School of Social Sciences, 2018-2019

The Graduate School of Social Sciences (GSSS) is an educational institute of the University of Amsterdam. Founded in January 2009, it has been built upon existing institutional structures. The Graduate School has about 1000 registered Master’s students of various nationalities.

City Amsterdam
Orange Tulip Scholarship 

Total number of scholarships: 1

  • the scholarship covers 100% of the tuition fee
  • eligible programmes: all master programmes of the Graduate School of Social Sciences are eligible for the scholarship, including the two-year research masters


NB: The scholarship does not cover living expenses. More information about daily expenses can be found here

Duration of the scholarship Entire duration of the studies
Deadline for application 1 April 2018

More information  

http://gsss.uva.nl/

Admission's Office (apply-gsss@uva.nl, +31(0)20 525 3777)

Requirements

  • Bachelor's, Master's degree
  • TOEFL iBT (Min. score 100, min. score on each component 22)/ IELTS (min score 7, minimum of 6.5 for each test component)/ CAE/CPE Min. score: B
  • GPA requirements please check on the GSSS website
  • Minimum requirements equal to requirements Amsterdam Merit Scholarship

OTS application documents

  • OTS application form
  • Proof that the admission procedure with Graduate School of Social Sciences has started 


Please submit scanned copies of the documents before 1 April 2018  to ots@nesorussia.org

More about Graduate School of Social Sciences

Our ambition
Our ambition is to be a dynamic, multifaceted institution marked by high academic standards, an open intellectual international atmosphere, and a vibrant ‘academic commons' with multiple public events, where Dutch and international students and faculty engage in debates, in seminars and in the class rooms.

Diversity and excellence
At the Graduate School of Social Sciences, we stand for diversity and excellence of social science graduate programmes in the areas of: human geography planning, international development studies, political science, sociology and anthropology.


We offer research oriented:

- in-depth one-year disciplinary programmes, with the option for thematic tracks within the discipline;
- thematic one-year interdisciplinary programmes;
- two-year research Master’s programmes linked to our top-research programmes;
- tailor-made PhD education in cooperation with the AISSR;
- summer schools with a strong academic orientation.

All our programmes are firmly-rooted in the related research programmes at the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR).

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