Fees and Finances
The fee ("wettelijk collegegeld") is determined annually by the Dutch government. Click here to find more detailed and up to date information about Tuition fees.*
Costs of Living
On top of the tuition fees, you will need a minimum budget to cover your living expenses. Please consult the Erasmus website for an estimate of the costs of living in the Netherlands.
For general information about studying and living in the Netherlands, visit the website of the Netherlands organisation for international cooperation in higher education, the NUFFIC.
Grants and Scholarships
Applicants are strongly encouraged to begin researching and applying for sources of funding as early as possible. Erasmus University does not offer any grants, but there are various sources for grants and scholarships.
Read more about the possibilities on the website of our university's International Office.
(Prospective) ESHCC Bachelor students can also apply for the scholarships listed below:
- Holland Scholarship Programme
- Non-EEA Excellence Scholarship
- Erasmus Education Fund
- G&D Europe Scholarship (for Chinese students)
* Please note that tuition fees may be higher in subsequent years and that this information is subject to change.