How to calculate the force majeure allowance?
1. The delayed period within the C+1 period will be determined.
2. The number of ECTS credits that you had to complete for your bachelor or master at
the start of the delayed period will be determined. The months' support can never
be more than the time necessary to complete your course (based on a nominal
study pace of 5 ECTS per month).
3. The number of ECTS credits completed in the recognized delayed period will be
determined. This will be converted to months, assuming 5 EC per month.
4. The force majeure allowance is:
number of months of the recognized delayed period minus the number of months
that is calculated based on the completed credits during that period (up to the
number of credits that you had to complete for your degree at the start of the
Also is taken into account previously obtained support. The total support can never be
more the 24 months (up to € 8,000) during the total period of enrolment at the UT.
What is the amount for a month Force Majeure Allowance?
The amount is equal to the monthly tuition fee paid during the recognized delayed period. It will be paid as a gift.
Do I have to pay taxes when receiving a Force Majeure Allowance?
No, it is a compensation out of the Profiling Fund (WHW 7.51) which is not taxable.
How do I receive the decision on my application?