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Study at top ranked universities in the Netherlands

Value for Money

Education in the Netherlands is largely subsidized by the Government. This way tuition fees can be kept low. In contrast to countries like the US and the UK, where Governments are cutting down on Higher Education spending, tuition fees in the Netherlands are still very affordable for international students. International students with a EU/EEA nationality are in some cases also entitled to grants and allowances offered by the Ministry of Education in the Netherlands.

For more information about scholarships, please visit the scholarship page.

Tuition fees

Tuition fees for styding in the Netherlands vary between 1,700 and 20,000 Euros. Most bachelor and master programs have a fixed fee of approx. 1,700 euro for EU and EEA students. Students from outside the EU/EEA pay around 8000 Euros a year for a bachelor program and approx 10.000 Euros for a master program.

For detailed information about tuition fees, please refer to the program information on our website.

Average Tuition Fees 2012 UK universities Netherlands universities
For EU/EEA students 2011
(bachelor and master programs)
4.000 euro 1.771 euro
For non-EU/EEA students 2011
(bachelor and master programs)
15.000 euro 10.000 euro

Average Tuition Fees 2013 UK universities Netherlands universities
For EU/EEA students 2012
(bachelor and master programs)
10.500 euro 1.800 euro
For non-EU/EEA students 2012
(bachelor and master programs)
15.000 euro 10.000 euro

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