Tuition fees 2017-2018

Bachelor programmes

Faculty Statutory fee
EEA/EU students
Institutional fee
Article 2.2 EEA/EU students NON-EEA/EU students
ESE 2.006 2.006 6.300 8.900
RSM 2.006 2.006 6.300 8.900
ESSB 2.006 2.006 6.300 6.300
ESL 2.006 2.006 6.300 6.300
ESHCC
IBCoM
2.006
2.006
2.006
2.006
6.000
6.900
6.000
6.900
FP (1) (2) 2.006 2.006 6.300 6.300
ESHPM 2.006 2.006 6.300 6.300
EMC (3) (4) 2.006 2.006 21.600 21.600
EUC 4.000 4.000 11.900 11.900
Differential rates institutional fee bachelors:
  1. Bachelor Philosophy parttime: institutional fee equals the statutory fee = €2.006.
  2. Bachelor Philosophy of a specific discipline, parttime: institutional fee equals the statutory fee = €2.006.
  3. Nanobiology, joint degree with TUD, please check the TUD-website for information about rates.
  4. Clinical Technology, joint degree with TUD and UL, please check the TUD-website for information about rates.

Master programmes

Faculty Statutory fee
EEA/EU students
Institutional fee
Article 2.2 EEA/EU students NON-EEA/EU students
ESE (1) 2.006 2.006 11.500 14.500
RSM (2) 2.006 2.006 11.500 17.300
ESSB (3) 2.006 2.006 11.500 14.300
ESL 2.006 2.006 11.500 11.500
ESHCC 2.006 2.006 10.800 10.800
FP (4) (5) 2.006 2.006 11.500 11.500
FP research master 2.006 2.006 4.000 4.000
ESHPM 2.006 2.006 11.500 (6) 11.500 (6)
EMC (7) 2.006 2.006 21.600 21.600
EMC research master (8) 2.006 2.006 18.000 18.000
Differential rates institutional fee master:
  1. Researchmaster Mphil in Economics, joint master with UvA and VU: €12.000.
  2. Master Business Administration, parttime, fee for 2 years: €33.750.
  3. Researchmaster Public Administration and Organizational Science, joint master with UU and UvTilburg, please check the UU-website for information about rates.
  4. Master Philosophy parttime: institutional fee equals the statutory fee = €2.006.
  5. Master Philosophy of a specific discipline, parttime: institutional fee equals the statutory fee = €2.006.
  6. Masters iHPM parttime, fee for 2 years: €11.500, €5.750 per year.
  7. Nanobiology, joint degree with TUD, please check the TUD-website for information about rates.
  8. Tuition fee of €18.000 applies only to students registering as of 2017-2018. In deviation from this, other students will pay €8.600.

More information about the statutory fee for EU/EEA students

There are two requirements in order to be eligible for the EEA/EU students statutory fee in 2017-2018:

  1. You have an EEA/EU, Swiss or Surinamese nationality or you meet the other requirements mentioned in article 7.45a, paragraph 1(b) of the WHW. Is you want to check whether you fulfill the requirements with regards to the nationality, please visit the DUO website about student finance. Next to this requirement, you also have to fulfill:
  2. You have, since 31 August 1991, not been awarded a degree in Dutch higher education that is equivalent of your current programme of study . In case you have an uninterrupted registration for a second (or more) programme before finishing your first programme, you pay the statutory fee for the second (or more) programme after you have finished the first programme as long as your registration for this programme is uninterrupted. In addition, an exception applies here for programmes in the field of Healthcare and Education. After you have obtained a non-healthcare or non-education degree, you are permitted to obtain one more degree in healthcare or one more degree in education. For more information, please contact the ESSC for more information.

If you do not fulfil both requirements, you pay the institutional tuition fee. Prices differ per study and per person. More information on the requirements for the statutory fee is available on this website.

 

More information about the institutional fee equal to statutory fee

Please see article 2.2 in the regulation on institutional tuition fees, statutory tuition fees for part-time programmes, increased statutory tuition fees for programmes with small-scale and intensive education and premasters tuition fees for more information about the institutional fee equal to the statutory fee.


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I need help on tuition fees. Who do I contact?

Contact the Erasmus Student Service Centre (ESSC), they know everything about tuition fees.

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How can I pay the tuition fee?

Find the available payment methods for payment of tuition fees on the Erasmus Student Service Centre (ESSC) page.

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Which tuition fee applies to my situation?

Please consult the table on the tuition fee page to see which fee is applicable to your situation.

  • Are you an EU/EEA student? You will pay the statutory fee.
    However, make sure to read the additional information about the statutory fee as well, in order to make sure you indeed belong to this group. There are situations where you have to pay the Institutional fee after all.
     
  • Are you a non-EU/EEA student or are you not eligible for the statutory fee? You will pay the institutional fee.
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I have questions about tuition and payment. Who do I contact?

Please contact the Erasmus Student Service Center about this matter. They are able to inform you in detail about the tuition fees and instalments.

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Is it possible to pay the tuition fee in instalments?

In certain situations it is indeed possible to pay the tuition fee in instalments. Whether this is possible depends on the method of payment. Check the Erasmus Student Service Centre (ESSC) page for more details.

Please note: for non-EU/EEA students, who apply for an entry visa and/or residence permit, another procedure is applicable.

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Is it possible to pay from a non-Dutch bank account?

Payment in installments is available for bank account holders who have a bank account from a country in the SEPA area who pay by digital authorisation via Studielink before the 1st of the month your study programme starts.

In case you do NOT have a bank account from a country in the SEPA area, transfer the money at once to Erasmus University and make sure that we have received it before the 1st of the month your study programme starts. Payment in installments is not available in that case.

Please note: for non-EU/EEA students, who apply for an entry visa and/or residence permit, another procedure is applicable.

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Studielink says I still have to proceed with my payment. What to do?

Follow the given directions in Studielink to finalize the payment or instalment. Should any other questions occur, please contact the Erasmus Student Service Centre.