Leiden-KEMENAG PhD Scholarships (Indonesia)
A full PhD study at Leiden University for Indonesian academic staff.
Indonesian academic staff at universities under the authority of the Directorate General of Islamic Education of the Ministry of Religion in Indonesia who will take a full PhD study at Leiden University
All programmes offered by Leiden University
Maximum of 48 months for a full PhD study at Leiden University
Scholarship fee’s components that will be paid to the students include:
Reduced tuition fee of € 6,000 per academic year
Monthly living stipend to cover living costs of accommodation etc.
Return airfares between Netherlands and Indonesia
Letter of Admission of one of Leiden University’s Graduate Schools.
Step 1: Find a supervisor
A PhD at Leiden consists of independent and original research under the supervision of a professor. You can contact a professor yourself to discuss your research plan or you can contact the Graduate School of the Faculty. More about finding a supervisor.
If you plan to apply to the Graduate School of the Faculty of Humanities please contact Dr Margreet van Till for information.
Step 2: Apply to the Graduate School
After you and the proposed supervisor agree on your research proposal and research plan, apply to the Graduate School of the Faculty where you plan to conduct your PhD research. For more information on Application procedures, please check the admissions information on the PhD portal. If you are admitted, you will receive a Letter of Admission from the Graduate School.
Step 3: Apply for the KEMENAG scholarship
You can apply for the scholarship through the KEMENAG Website.
Step 4: Apply for a visa and residence permit
Once you received confirmation from KEMENAG, apply for a visa (MVV) and a residence permit (VVR). See procedures at the International Servicedesk (ISD).
Send an email to the scholarship department of Student and Educational Affairs for more information on the university’s procedures or contact KEMENAG for more information on the scholarship.