Financial matters

Overview tuition fees

Tuition fees per academic year

Check this page for all different types of tuition fees.

Statutory Tuition fee

Intake moment September  

2017-2018

2018-2019

Full time

€2,006

€2,060

Full time programme ATLAS

€4,012

€4,120

Part time

€1,467

€1,506

Extraneus

€1,221

€1,254

Intake moment February

When you start from February you have to pay for the period 1 February till 31 August


1-2-2018

1-2-2019


Full time

€1,170.19

€1,201.70

Part time

€855.75

€878.50

Read more about the statutory tuition fee requirements.

Institutional tuition fee

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

Intake moment September

2017-2018

2018-2019

Institutional tuition fee B1

Enrolment bachelor bèta  

€8,875  

€9,000


Institutional tuition fee B2

Enrolment bachelor alpha-gamma

€7,775


€7,900


Institutional tuition fee ATLAS

Enrolment bachelor bèta

€10,881


€11,060


Institutional tuition fee M1

Enrolment master bèta

€14,000


€14,250


Instituitional tuition fee M2

Enrolment master alpha-gamma

€11,250


€11,500


Intake moment February

When you start from February you have to pay for the period 1 February till 31 August


1-2-2018

1-2-2019

Institutional tuition fee M1

Enrolment master bèta

€8,166.69

€8,312.50

Instituitional tuition fee M2

Enrolment master alpha-gamma

€6,562.50

€6,708.33

Pre-master tuition fee

Pre-master students should check the details of their specific fee.

Future TUITION FEEs: 2017-2018 AND 2018-2019


2017-2018

2018-2019

Statutory tuition fee

€ 2,006

to be determined

Atlas (Statutory fee)

€ 4,012

to be determined

Atlas (Institutional fee)

€ 10.881

to be determined

Institutional fee B1

€ 8,875

€ 9,000

Institutional fee B2

€ 7,775

€ 7,900

Institutional fee M1

€ 14,000

€ 14,250

Institutional fee M2

€ 11,250

€ 11,500

Premaster amount (per EC)

€ 33,44

to be determined

Payment modification form

Tuition fee calculations

If you wish to pay by instalments:

Example 1

You have finished your premaster in December. Based on your admission statement you will be enrolled in the master’s programme from 1 January on. If you are a Non-EER student enrolled for the master Civil Engineering and Management, you need to pay € 8,817.36 (= 8/12 from 13,226.-) for the remaining of the academic year. Two instalments have already been withdrawn by then: on 30 September 2013 and 28 November 2014. The amount of € 8,817.36 will be divided over the remaining three instalments (30 January, 31 March and 29 May), in the following way:

A

Tuition fee January 2015 - August 2015

€817,36

B

Standard amount collection 30 January 2015

€2204,34

C

Standard amount collection 31 March 2015

€2204,34

D

Standard amount collection 29 May 2015

€3306,51

E

Remainder tuition fee = A-B-C-D

€1102,17

F

Administration costs first collection*)

€24,00


Your amount for the first collection on 30 January 2015 = B+E+F

€3330,51

*Your first instalment will always be raised with €24,- because of administration costs.

Example 2

You will finish your premaster in May. You can be enrolled in the master from 1 June on. If you meet the requirements for paying the statutory tuition fee, you have to pay € 476.49 (3/12 of € 1,906.-) for the remaining of the academic year. Because all instalments have already been done, you can only pay the complete tuition fee with a single transfer. Paying by authorisation is NOT possible anymore!

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.