Costs hotel school Maastricht

Following our bachelor study programme requires an investment. On this page, you can read about the exact costs which you have to take into account.

Good to know: the bachelor study programme at the Hotel Management School Maastricht is a government-funded study programme. This means that the costs are considerably lower than those for programmes at well-known private hotel management schools.

In addition to the tuition fees, there are other costs. Like the one-time purchase of a Tenue de Ville (school uniform), kitchen uniform, knife set, the rent of your campus room in the first year and of course the study books.

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Tuition fee

You need to pay annual tuition fees. The tuition fees for our study programme are higher than usual. This is because we offer small-scale and intensive education. It improves the quality of the study programme, which is an advantage for you as well. Would you like to know how high your tuition fees are for the hotel school in Maastricht? Calculate your tuition fees via the link below.

Tuition fee rate 2020-2021 (open in chrome!)

Note: If you start your first bachelor degree in higher education in the 2021/2022 academic year and you are an EEA student, you will only pay half of the statutory tuition fees in the first year. In addition, the extra tuition fees in connection with the distinctive feature will be added.

Do you want to learn more about the due dates for the tuition fees? Or what the payment options are? Please visit the website of Zuyd University of Applied Sciences

Study books

As you progress further in your studies, the costs of study books will be lower. The costs for Hotel Management School Maastricht study books are approximately:

  • 1st year € 700
  • 2nd year € 550
  • 3rd year € 300
  • 4th year does not apply

Tenue de Ville, kitchen uniform and knife set

At the start of the first school year, you have to purchase a Tenue de Ville (school uniform), kitchen uniform and a knife set. Take into account an amount of approximately + € 700. 

Campus room

For first-year students at the hotel school in Maastricht there are costs for renting a dorm room on campus. 

In 2020/2021 the rental costs for a student room will be € 542.75 per month. This sum will be indexed annually in January in accordance with the consumer price index (CPI), as published by the Dutch Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS). The rent includes gas, water, electricity, WiFi, use of communal facilities and security. So it is ‘all-inclusive’.

Costs overview study year 2021-2022 

We have summarized the above in an overview for you. 

If you are a EEA-student the costs are:

  study year 1 study year 2 study year 3 study year 4

 Tuition fee

€ 2,316* € 3,400 € 3,400 € 3,400
 Campus room

€ 542,75 per month**

inapplicable inapplicable inapplicable

 Compulsory books

€ 700 € 550 € 300 inapplicable
Tenue de ville, kitchen uniform and knife set + € 700 inapplicable inapplicable inapplicable
 Additional costs variable variable variable variable

Note: * If you start your first bachelor degree in higher education in the 2021/2022 academic year and you are an EEA student, you will only pay half of the statutory tuition fees in the first year. In addition, the extra tuition fees in connection with the distinctive feature will be added; so in total € 2,316.

** Rental sum 2020/2021. This sum will be indexed annually in January in accordance with the consumer price index (CPI), as published by the Dutch Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS).

If  you are a non-EEA-student the costs are:

  study year 1 study year 2 study year 3 study year 4

 Tuition fee
 

€ 11,200 € 11,200 € 11,200 € 11,200
 Campus room
 
€ 542,75 per month* inapplicable inapplicable inapplicable

 Compulsory books

€ 700 € 550 € 300 inapplicable
Tenue de ville, kitchen uniform and knife set + € 700 inapplicable inapplicable inapplicable
 Additional costs variable variable variable variable

Note: * Rental sum 2020/2021. This sum will be indexed annually in January in accordance with the consumer price index (CPI), as published by the Dutch Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS).

 

Zuyd Excellence Scholarships

If you are an excellent international non-EU student you can apply for a Zuyd Excellence Scholarship, which will offer you a waiver of almost 50% of your tuition fee. Read more  on the website of Zuyd University of Applied Sciences.
 

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Start September 2021 and February 2022
All candidates: before 1 May 2021

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