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Tuition fees

As a student in the Netherlands you will pay an annual tuition fee. There are two different fees: the statutory fee and the institutional fee. Which fee you pay depends on your nationality, your degree programme and - for the statutory fee only - whether you study full-time or part-time.

Statutory tuition fees 2022-2023

full-time students €2,209  
part-time students €1,882  
dual students €2,209  
AUC students €4,610  

PPLE students

€4,418

 

For first year students who haven't studied before the tuition fee of the first year is halved, so full-time students pay €1,105. This only applies if you pay the statutory fee. You can find more information on the website of the Dutch government.
The tuition fee rate is valid for a full academic year. The rate for enrolment as of 1 February can be determined by calculating 7/12ths of the given rate.

Second degree programme in education or health care

If you have already obtained a Dutch Bachelor's or Master's degree and you enrol in a second degree programme in education or health care, you pay the statutory fee (€2,209) instead of the institutional fee.
This does not apply if you have already obtained a similar degree in health care or education or if you are not a national of an EU or EEA Member State, Switzerland or Suriname, in that case you pay the institutional fee.

  • Brexit and tuition fees

    If you were registered in the BRP before 1 January 2021, you pay the statutory tuition fee (if you have never previously obtained a similar degree from a Dutch institute of higher education). If you were NOT registered in the BRP before 1 January 2021, you pay the institutional tuition fee.

  • Institutional fee for students who do not qualify for the statutory fees

    You are required to pay the institutional tuition fee if:

    • you are not a national of an EU or EEA Member State, Switzerland or Suriname;
    • after obtaining your Dutch Bachelor's degree you enrol in a second Bachelor's programme;
    • after obtaining your Dutch Bachelor's or Master's degree you enrol in a second degree programme, unless your second programme is in education or health care.

    The institutional fee is the same for full-time students and part-time students.

2022-2023 institutional fee per faculty

  • Faculty of Humanities

    Institutional tuition fee for second or next Dutch degree programme

     
    Bachelor's €8,300
    Master's (one year) €14,600
    Master's (two years and dual) €10,400
    Master's in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage €14,600
    Institutional fee for non-EEA students  
    Bachelor's €9,130
    Master's (one year) €16,060
    Master's (two years and dual) €11,440
    Master's in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage €16,060
  • Faculty of Medicine (AMC)

    Institutional tuition fee for second or next Dutch degree programme

     
    Bachelor’s in Medicine €20,700
    Bachelor’s in Medical Informatics €11,400
    Master's in Medicine €22,800
    Master's in Medical Informatics  €14,600

    Institutional fee for non-EEA students

     
    Bachelor’s in Medicine €22,770
    Bachelor's in Medical Informatics €12,540
    Master's in Medicine €25,080
    Master's in Medical Informatics  €16,060
  • Faculty of Economics and Business

    Institutional tuition fee for second or next Dutch degree programme

     
    Bachelor's €8,300
    Master's (one year) €14,600
    Master's (two years) €10,400
    Master's in Entrepreneurship * €14,780
    Master's Business in Society * €11,560
    Master's Business Data Science €15,900
    Tinbergen Institute Master of Philosophy in Economics €15,900


    Institutional fee for non-EEA students

     

    Bachelor's €9,650
    Master's (Amsterdam School of Economics) €16,060
    Master's (Amsterdam Business School) €17,750
    Master's in Entrepreneurship * €17,750
    Master's Business in Society * €12,840
    Master's Business Data Science €15,900
    Tinbergen Institute Master of Philosophy in Economics €15,900

    * Joint programme with the VU 

  • Faculty of Law

    Institutional tuition fee for second or next Dutch degree programme

     
    Bachelor's €8,300
    Bachelor’s in Politics, Psychology, Law and Economics (PPLE) €12,100
    Master's (one year) €14,600
    Master's (two years) €10,400

    Institutional fee for non-EEA students

     
    Bachelor's €9,130
    Bachelor's in Politics, Psychology, Law and Economics (PPLE) €13,300
    Master's (one year) €16,500
    Master's (two years) €11,440
  • Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences

    Institutional tuition fee for second or next Dutch degree programme

     
    Bachelor's €8,300
    Bachelor's Computational Science €11,400
    Master's €14,600
    Master’s Interfaculty Teacher Training Programme (ILO) * €12,000

    Institutional fee for non-EEA students

     
    Bachelor's €11,000
    Bachelor's Computational Science €12,540
    Master's  €16,900
    Master’s Interfaculty Teacher Training Programme (ILO) €13,200

     * The institutional fee does not apply if you have already obtained a  Master's degree and now start a Master's programme in education or health care. In that case you pay the statutory fee (€2,209).

  • Faculty of Dentistry

    Institutional tuition fee for second or next Dutch degree programme

     
    Bachelor's €20,700
    Master's €22,800

    Institutional fee for non-EEA students

     
    Bachelor's €22,770
    Master's €25,080
  • Faculty of Science

    Institutional tuition fee for second or next Dutch degree programme

     
    Bachelor's €11,400
    Bachelor's Chemistry * €11,790
    Bachelor's Physics and Astronomy * €11,790
    Master's (one year) €20,800
    Master's (two years) €14,600
    Master's Chemistry * €14,010
    Master's Physics and Astronomy * €14,010
    Master's Computational Science * €14,010
    Master's Computer Science * €14,010
    Master's Bioinformatics and Systems Biology * €14,010
       

    Institutional fee for non-EEA students

     
    Bachelor's €12,540
    Bachelor's Chemistry * €12,510
    Bachelor's Physics and Astronomy * €12,510
    Master's (one year) €22,880
    Master's (two years) €16,060
    Master's Chemistry * €15,110
    Master's Physics and Astronomy * €15,110
    Master's Computational Science * €15,110
    Master's Computer Science * €15,110
    Master's Bioinformatics and Systems Biology * €15,110

    * Joint programme with the VU 

  • Amsterdam University College (AUC)

    Institutional tuition fee for second or next Dutch degree programme

     

    Liberal Arts and Sciences *

    €12,610

    Institutional fee for non-EEA students

     

    Liberal Arts and Sciences *

    €12,610

    * Joint programme with the VU