Tuition fee

For the academic year 2016-2017 the following tuition fees apply

1.

STATUTORY TUITION FEE:

 

Start

 

1 September 2016

1 February 2017

Full time

1,984

1,157.35

Full time programme ATLAS

3,968

 

 

Part time

1,451

846.42

Extraneus

1,208

 

 

You pay the statutory tuition fee if you meet all two requirements below:

1.

enrolment requirement and

2.

nationality requirement

Note! You have to meet both requirements for the statutory tuition fee.

1. You meet the requirement of enrolment:

·

if you are a Bachelor’s student, not having earlier obtained a Bachelor’s degree or a Master’s degree at a Dutch institute of higher education;

·

if you are a Master’s student, not having earlier obtained a Master’s degree or doctoral diploma at a Dutch institute of higher education;

·

or if you enrol for a second bachelor programme in the field of Education or Health1 and not having earlier obtained a Bachelor’s degree a Master’s degree or doctoral diploma at a Dutch institute of higher education in the field of Education of Health;

·

or if you enrol for a second master programme in the field of Education or Health1 and not having earlier obtained a Master’s degree or doctoral diploma at a Dutch institute of higher education in the field of Education of Health;

2. You meet the nationality requirement if you comply with one of the four requirements listed below:

·

you are a student with the nationality of an EEA country2;

·

you are a student with the Surinamese or Swiss nationality;

·

you are recognized as a refugee by the Foundation for Refugee Students (UAF);

·

you are a student from a non-EEA country, but who has the right to the Dutch student grant of the Student Finance Act (WSF 2000), or if you have the permanent resident status in another EU country and you have a residence permit in the Netherlands.

If you do not meet the two requirements above for the statutory tuition fee, you will have to pay the institutional tuition fee.

1 For the University of Twente the following Bachelor-programmes Gezondheidswetenschappen and Klinische Technologie (Technische Geneeskunde) and the following Master-programmes Leraar VHO Maatschappijleer, Science Education and Communication, Technical Medicine and Health Sciences.

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

2.

INSTITUTIONAL TUITION FEE:

If you do not meet the requirements for the statutory tuition fee, you have to pay the institutional tuition fee.

 

Start:

 

1 September 2016

1 February 2017

Institutional tuition fee bachelor beta B1

8,750

 

 

Institutional tuition fee ATLAS

10,734

 

 

Institutional tuition fee bachelor alpha/gamma B2

7,650

 

 

Institutional tuition fee master beta M1

13,750

8,020.85

Instituitional tuition fee master alpha/gamma M2

11,000

6,416.67

You are a pre master student? Click here for more information about your fee.

3.

TUITION FEES FOR A SECOND BACHELOR OR SECOND MASTER:

The statutory tuition fee applies only for a first Bachelor- or a first Master programme and only if you meet all the requirements for the statutory tuition fee. If you graduated in the Netherlands for a Bachelor or a Master degree, or a doctoral after September 1991 you will pay the institutional tuition fee for your second Bachelor or Master programme.

The law makes an exception for students who starts their second programme before they finish their first programme.

What does this mean for you as a student:

If you will follow a second programme continuous and your second programme has started during a first programme you will pay the statutory tuition fee if you also meet all the requirements.

Example 1

You are enrolled at the University of Twente for 1 September 2016 for two programs and in January 2017 you graduate for the first programme. For the second programme you do not have to pay tuition fee up to January 2017. From February up to August 2017 you pay the statutory tuition fee for your second programme if you also meet all the requirements for the statutory tuition fee. For the academic year 2017-2018 you will pay the statutory tuition fee for your second programme if you also meet all the requirements for the statutory tuition fee.

Example 2

In the academic year 2013-2014 you graduate for a Bachelor programme. In the academic year 2016-2017 you enrol for a second Bachelor programme at the University of Twente. You have to pay the institutional tuition fee. The same goes for a second Master programme.

Exception:

You enrol for a second programme in the field of Education or Health

You did not have a degree/diploma in the field of Education or Health

statutory tuition fee

You already have a degree/diploma in the field of Education or Health

institutional tuition fee

Example 3

In the academic year 2012-2013 you graduate for a Bachelor programme in the field of Technique and in the academic year 2016-2017 you enrol at the University of Twente for one of the next programs: B Gezondheidswetenschappen; B Klinische Technologie (Technische Geneeskunde. You have to pay the statutory tuition fee if you also meet all the requirements for the statutory tuition fee.

Example 4

In the academic year 2012-2013 you graduate for a Master programme in the field of Education or Health and in the academic year 2016-2017 you enrol at the University of Twente for one of the next programs: M Leraar VHO Maatschappijleer; M Science Education and Communication; M Technical Medicine; M Health Sciences. You have to pay the institutional tuition fee. This is also for an enrolment at any other Master degree.

Explanation regarding the level of the institutional tuition fees

In accordance with changed legislation as of 1 September 2010, students who wish to gain a second degree at the same level as their first one no longer qualify for statutory tuition fees. The Dutch government will fund one Bachelor’s degree and one Master’s degree per student.

Due to the fact that no government funding is available for a second degree at the same level, the institutional tuition fees are set to cover the real costs . For non- technical studies, the fee is lower than for technical studies. This is because studies in the domains of science technology and engineering make more use of expensive research facilities (e.g. labs).

The Executive Board of the University presents the institutional tuition fee rates to the University Council for advice on an annual basis. The institutional tuition fees are adjusted annually based on inflation rates.