Fees for EU/EEA students
The annual tuition fee (statutory fee) is € 2,314 for the academic year 2023-2024. Students are eligible to pay this fee if:
- they are from an EEA country, Switzerland or Surinam;
- they have not yet obtained a similar degree from a government-funded Dutch university or university of applied science.
Fees for non-EU/EEA students
For students with other nationalities the average tuition fee for bachelor’s programmes is between € 6,000 and € 15,000, and for a master’s programme between € 8,000 and € 20,000.
Visit our overview of study programmes to check the exact amounts per course.
At some Dutch institutions, non-EEA students or students with no prior Dutch education, have to pay an application fee or handling fee when applying for a study programme. These fees range from € 75 to € 100.
Fees and conditions vary by institution. Always make sure to check with the Dutch institution of your choice if you have to pay an application fee. Some institutions will give you a refund of the handling fee when you actually enrol at the institution.