Reimbursement for dual Master's of the Faculty of Humanities
A dual Master's programme consists of two parts: 60 ECTS credits for courses and a thesis, and 30 ECTS credits for a work-study component or internship. The latter component is worth 60 ECTS credits for the Curating Art and Cultures programme.
You started your dual Master’s before 2022-2023
Dual Master’s students who started their dual Master’s before 2022-2023 and are receiving an internship allowance that is lower than €275, can submit a request for a one-time supplementary allowance from the Profiling Fund for a period of 6 months, in order to bring the total to €275. In addition, students receiving a supplementary student grant from the Education Executive Agency (DUO) are eligible for an allowance equal to their supplementary grant, in addition to this allowance of €275.
You started your dual Master’s in 2022-2023 or after
Dual Master’s students who will be starting their dual Master’s in 2022-2023 or later can claim a one-time compensation from the Profiling Fund if they have received a supplementary grant from the Dutch government (DUO). The compensation then consists of an allowance equal to the supplementary grant for a period of 6 months. Curating Art and Cultures students who receive a supplementary grant from DUO can apply for a 12-month allowance. You can submit the application at the end of the first year of the dual Master's programme.
More information about the DUO supplementary grant can be found on the DUO website. For questions and/or a request, send an email to Karin Waanders at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you're in serious financial need you can also contact a student counsellor for individual help and advice.