Fees and costs of living

Students who are admitted will receive extended information from the Admissions Office about the steps to take to complete the registration as a student. Please note that one of these steps is that you have to register in the national student registration system studielink before the start of your programme. Once you have registered there, you will receive an umailaccount. Payment is also arranged through studielink and information on that will be sent to your umailaccount, so keep close track of that.

Tuition fees

Tuition fees for Dutch and European students are ca. 2000€ a year. For non-European students, it is much more. See this website the exact amounts. There are different ways to pay your tuition fee.

Health & Liability Insurance

International students in The Netherlands are required by law to have adequate health insurance. Having adequate health insurance is mandatory for obtaining a residence permit. Furthermore international students are strongly advised to have third party liability insurance. Read more

Costs of living

For information on living expenses please see our international student site. More information on housing prices can be found on the International Student Housing website. Please note that if you need a residence permit to legally stay in the Netherlands, you will need to provide proof that you are financially able to cover expenses during the whole period of stay. Rates are fixed by the Dutch Immigration Department (IND).

Where to find help

Help on financial and practical matters, e.g. registration or payment of the tuition fees offered by the student front office Plexus. Information on e.g. insurances, the DIGID, or the Dutch health care system is offered by the International student officer.