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TUITION FEES BACHELOR STUDENTS

TUITION FEES BACHELOR STUDENTS 2018-2019
  • Statutory tuition fee € 2.060, -
  • Institutional tuition fee € 8.902, -
 
ADDITIONAL COSTS 2018-2019
  • Academy fund € 105,-
  • Administration fee for payment in installments € 24,-
 
TUITION FEES BACHELOR STUDENTS 2017-2018
  • Statutory tuition fee € 2.006,-
  • Institutional tuition fee € 8.669,-
 
ADDITIONAL COSTS 2017-2018
  • Academy fund € 105,-
  • Administration fee for payment in installments € 24,-

EXPLANATION 

Each year the statutory tuition fee is set by the Dutch government.

The institutional tuition fee is set by the board of DAE and is based on the statutory rate.
Students from the Netherlands, another country within the EU/EEA*, Switzerland or Suriname pay the statutory tuition fee

Students from a non-EU/EEA** country and students who have previously obtained a degree at a Dutch government-funded program, pay the institutional tuition fee

*EU/EEA
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom,

** In some cases non-EU/EEA students are eligible for the statutory tuition fee. They have to meet the nationality requirement for a government study fund from DUO.
 
For a clear and personally relevant check-list on tuition payments, visas and permits as an international student, visit our Pathfinder.

PROPOSAL TO HALVE THE STATUTORY TUITION FEES FOR FIRST-YEAR BACHELOR'S STUDENTS

The Dutch government intends to halve the statutory tuition fees for specific groups of first-year bachelor's students from the academic year 2018-2019 onwards. The law in question still has to be approved.
You can find the latest news on the Government website.

BREXIT - CONSEQUENCES BRITISCH STUDENTS

There will be no immediate consequences for students regarding the conditions of the tuition fees. Whether anything changes in the future will depend on the outcome of negotiations between the UK and the EU over the next few years.

Student Charter

The Student Charter entails general DAE regulations and includes the B-OER (Bachelor Education and Examination Regulations) and the M-OER (Master Education and Examination Regulations), the respective credit tables and the Master Study Programme’s Valuation and Admission System.