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Overview of costs for EEA students study year 2017-2018

The overview of costs given below applies to European Economic Area (EEA) students. EEA students are those students who are a national of one of the countries that make up the European Economic Area or who have Surinamese or Swiss nationality.

The table below details annual costs, with information relating to the various types of cost provided underneath.

study year 1 study year 2 study year 3 study year 4
Tuition fees € 3,250 € 3,250 € 3,250 € 3,250
Campus room € 4,022 n/a n/a   n/a
Compulsory books + € 1,000 + € 460 + € 240 n.v.t.
Additional costs variable    variable    variable variable

Note If you started in the academic year 2013/2014 or earlier and you didn’t interrupt your studies the tuition fee is € 2,060.

Tuition fees

The institute tuition fees stated apply only to students who satisfy EEA nationality requirements.

The following exception applies:
Even if you are not a national of an EEA country, you may satisfy EEA nationality requirements if you are a relative (in accordance with Directive 2004/38/EC) of EU citizens living in the Netherlands, or if you have a residence permit on the basis of which you qualify for student grants and loans under the Dutch Student Finance Act 2000.

Campus room

The fee for campus rooms is based on the number of course weeks and is invoiced in ten or five equal instalments. (NB: the campus is closed during the Christmas holidays and in July and August.)

Additional costs

Duty clothing and knife set
You will need to purchase your duty clothing and a knife set when starting your study programme. The estimated cost of duty clothing and a knife set is € 628.
 

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