Wageningen University and Research is pleased to announce the Anne Van Den Ban Fund for students. The fund will support the cost of master’s study in the Netherlands for the academic year 2021-2022.
Aspirants of all developing countries can apply to benefit from the Anne Van Den Ban Fund to support their master in Science degree at the WUR in the Netherlands. Eligible students will receive full or partial tuition fees for the MSc. study undertaken at WUR.
Wageningen University & Research is a public university and the first Dutch university with international accreditation in the Netherlands that ranks 123rd in the world and comes in the top 10% of the best universities in the world. It mainly focuses on the domain ‘healthy food and living conditions.
Why choose to study at Wageningen University & Research? Wageningen University & Research offers premium quality education and an international quality benchmark on the curriculum vitae. Graduates from Wageningen find it easy to land internships as well as jobs and can also keep up with challenging work experience opportunities and career opportunities around the world. Wageningen has partnerships with numerous Dutch and international companies and governments through which it has become a major in Europe.
Application Deadline: 1st February 2022