|Length of programme:||2 weeks|
|Tuition Brain and Cogntive Sciences students, UvA:||€ 0|
|Tuition Comparable Master's Program at a Dutch University:||€ 0|
|Tuition Comparable Master's Program at a non-Dutch University:||€ 499|
|Tuition PhD programme:||€ 499|
The tuition fee includes:
The tuition fee does not include lunches, travel to/from Amsterdam nor housing.
As in many major European cities and combined with growing tourism during the summer months, there is a shortage of affordable housing in Amsterdam.
Participants can arrange their housing through providers in the private sector such as Hostels, Airbnb, Booking.com, etc.
If your university is a member of the Universitas 21 network and/or LERU network then you may be eligible for a partial scholarship of €500. You must also be a current student at that university when you apply for the summer programme. If you graduate before the start of the summer programme but were a student at the time of submitting your application, you will still be eligible for the scholarship.
Students studying at Dutch universities on these lists are not eligible for these scholarships.
You must verify that your home university is a member of the LERU network and/or the U21 network. The Summer School organisation will then be able to submit your application to the U21/LERU scholarship fund. The final decision on granting these scholarships is made by the UvA following acceptance of the candidates into the summer programmes. The €500 scholarship will be deducted from your tuition.
The Amsterdam University Fund has one travel grant to offer participants in the Summer Programmes (AUF Travel grant). This travel grant is for third year bachelor and master students. The travel grant can only be used to cover travel costs. It cannot be used in conjuncture with other scholarships (i.e. LERU/U21/GEP). The Amsterdam University Fund (Stichting Amsterdams Universiteitsfonds) is a joint initiative of the University of Amsterdam Alumni Association (AUV) and the University of Amsterdam (UvA).