Hogeschool van Amsterdam

A-Z Students International Sports, Management and Business (ISMB)


On this page you can find information about the grants you can apply for when you go abroad during your studies.

You can apply for the Erasmus grant in case you:

  • are going to study at one of the European partner universities of the Faculty of Sports and Nutrition or are going to do an internship in a European country
  • did not receive the Erasmus grant before during your studies at the AUAS
  • hold a nationality different than the nationality of the destination country 
  • in case of an internship: do not receive financial support from the receiving organisation.

Have a look at the handbook on this page for more information about the scholarship and its requirements.

Please note: due to the upcoming Brexit, it is not yet certain whether you can still receive the Erasmus grant when you go to the UK. Do apply however; you will be informed about the future of the Erasmus grant and the UK as soon as we know more.


To receive the Erasmus grant, you have to complete several forms before, during and after your time abroad. Every AUAS faculty receives a certain number of Erasmus grants per year. If there are more applications than grants, we will select students. Expected is however that most applications for the academic year 2019-2020 can be accepted.

Application deadline

The application deadline depends on the start date of your time abroad (mobility):

Start date of the Erasmus+ mobility Application deadline
Between 1 August 2019 and 31 October 2019 1 June 2019, 13.00 hrs CET
Between 1 November 2019 and 31 December 2019 1 September 2019, 13.00 hrs CET
Between 1 January 2020 and 31 March 2020 1 November 2019, 13.00 hrs CET
Between 1 April 2020 and 31 July 2020 1 February 2020, 13.00 hrs CET

Note: at this moment you can still apply until 14 November if you will do a study/internship that starts between 1 January and 31 March!

Application form

You can find the Erasmus forms and the handbook on this page. Make sure to download the forms for the right academic year and type of mobility (study or internship).

To apply, complete the 1.1 form (for study) or 2.1 form (for an internship) digitally and print it. You can find this form in one of the tabs in the larger Excel document which you can download from the page mentioned above. After signing the form manually, please hand in the hard copy with the international office (office A3.08 or mailbox on the ground floor). You will need the other tabs at a later stage. You will be informed about them once your application has been accepted.

Download this information sheet for FBSV students for an instruction of the forms and the required codes. Have a look at this presentation for an instruction on the procedure.

The Holland Scholarship is a one time only gift of €1250,-. You can apply in case you: 

Application Holland Scholarship

  • The application deadline is the 1st of May for both semesters in the following academic year. This means that you can no longer apply for the academic year 2019-2020. You can apply until 1 May 2020 for 2020-2021.
  • Each faculty can select only a limited number of students.
  • The candidates who meet the criteria, will be selected based on their motivation letters.
  • In the application form (which you can find on the page below), you have to fill out your GPA. It is difficult to calculate this yourself as a student. Therefore you can fill out your estimated GPA. We will calculate it after the application deadline.
  • More information on the selection critera, procedure and application for the Holland Scholarship.

​Students who will follow a minor or internship outside of Europe and who cannot apply for any other scholarship, can apply for the FBSV Scholarship (scholarship of the Faculty of Sports and Nutrition). This one time only scholarship amounts to €250. Each semester a maximum of six students can receive it.

  • Application deadline for an internship/minor abroad in semester 1: 1 September
  • Application deadline for an internship/minor abroad in semester 2: 1 February

Download this document for more information about the grant and the application procedure.

Did you pay the institutional tuition fee for non-EEA students and have you obtained all 60 credits last academic year, with a minimum average grade of 7.0? Then you might be eligible to apply for the Amsterdam Talent Scholarship (ATS).

The ATS is awarded at the end of every academic year to successful non-EEA students who have been enrolled in one of the programmes of the AUAS. The scholarship amounts to half of the institutional tuition fee. 

After completion of a full year of studies on 31 August, students must submit their applications before 31 December of the same year. 

Refer to this page for more information on the scholarship and to download the application form. You can send your application to Annelies de Koning

The VSB scholarship is meant for graduated AUAS students who are planning to continue their studies abroad (within or outside Europe). The next application deadline is 1 March 2020.

You can apply if you have a non-Dutch nationality, you however need to hand in all documents in Dutch and proof that you are connected with the Netherlands.

Refer to this page (in Dutch) about the VSB scholarship. 

In case there is no grant on this webpage for which you meet the application requirements, you can take a look on this website to see if there is another grant you can apply for. Furthermore, you may be able to apply for a Cultural Treaty scholarship. 

Internship or minor in Germany 

In case you go to Germany, you may be eligible for the DIA-Stipendium. Please refer to the 'Germany Desk' for the application and questions. You can find more information here (in Dutch).

Studies in the United States

The Fulbright Center offers scholarships to students planning to go to the United States for their studies, mostly for graduate studies (like a master).

Published by  Faculty Sports and Nutrition 4 November 2019