Due Date: December 15, 2019

Wish to study in the Netherlands? Applications for the TU Delft– Sub-Saharan Africa Quality Scholarship are now open. These scholarships offer skilled, inspired and broadly interested trainees from Sub-Saharan Africa the chance to study at the Delft University of Innovation.

The Worldwide Effort intends to support capability structure in the Global South and to advance future management concentrating on sustainable international advancement. The UN Sustainable Advancement Goals are an assisting concept for the TU Delft.

TU Delft|Worldwide Effort provides 4 Sub-Saharan Africa Quality Scholarships. These scholarships cover complete tuition costs for a TU Delft MSc program and living costs for 2 years. The goal is to offer skilled, inspired and broadly interested trainees from Sub-Saharan Africa the chance to study at the Delft University of Innovation and to enhance their relationship with the universities they originate from.

From the trainees they anticipate that they want to function as their ambassadors throughout their research studies and after graduation.


25000 each year for Sub-Saharan trainees, that includes:

  • Complete tuition costs for a TU Delft MSc program based upon the statutory cost or institutional rate, according to the signed up citizenship, AND contribution for the living costs.
  • Subscription to the Scholarship club admitting to individual advancement, workshops, workshops, and so on
  • A MSc thesis subject which associates with the Sustainable Advancement Objectives and TU Delft|Worldwide Effort.
  • Be our ambassador for Sub-Saharan Africa.


  • Outstanding global candidates (conditionally) confessed to among the 2-year Routine TU Delft’s MSc programs.
  • With a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 80 percent or greater of the scale optimum in the bachelor’s degree from a recognized university in among the above pointed out nations.
  • People: Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Côte d’Ivoire, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, The Gambia, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South-Sudan, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe.


In addition to all the routine files for a MSc program application:

  • Upload the Scholarship Application
  • Upload 2 recommendation letters (in one PDF file), according to needed files in either English, French, German or Dutch. These letters should be:.

    • from either a previous teacher or assistant teacher. If you have work experience, among these letters might be from your company.
    • composed on the main letterhead/ have the main stamp of the university or business.
    • signed by the referee and include your total name

Is your referee reluctant to offer you with the letter? Then he/she can email a scanned PDF of the letter to [email protected] His/her email should include your total name and TU Delft trainee number. You will be offered this number upon signing up in Studielink.

If you pick this choice, you should submit a declaration under “recommendation letter” in osiaan.tudelft.nl notifying them of this choice. This declaration must consist of the name and e-mail address of your referee.

Please keep in mind that Non-EU/EFTA trainees should include their English test with their application (if needed). EU/EFTA trainees can send this file in a later phase according to the Admission directions.

Just trainees fulfilling this due date who have actually been (conditionally) confessed to among the MSc programs of TU Delft might be thought about for these scholarships. Just trainees who have actually been approved a scholarship will be notified by TU Delft by means of e-mail by start March 2020

To find out more, see TU Delft

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