Financial matters

Financial matters

Important message

There are a number of legislative changes connected to tuition fees for EEA students at the moment. These may affect the fee that applies to you. 

Currency

The Netherlands uses the euro (€) as the national currency. One euro is divided into one hundred cents. Coin denominations – used in the Netherlands - are 5 cent, 10 cent, 20 cent, 50 cent, 1 euro and 2 euros (coin denominations used vary from country to country in the EEA). Banknotes come in €5, €10, €20, €50, €100, €200 and €500 denominations.

Costs of living

The required amount of money for your study and stay in the Netherlands for an academic year consists of the following expenses:

 

Estimated Costs for EEA students 2020-2021
Required amount Bachelor students Master students
Estimated Tuition fee                      € 2,143 € 2,143
Costs of Living
(approx. € 900* x 12)

€10,800

€10,800

Total €12,943 €12,943
Estimated Costs for non-EEA students 2020-2021
Required amount Bachelor students        Master students
Estimated Tuition fee € 9,300 €18,200
Costs of Living
(approx. € 900* x 12)
€10,800 €10,800
Immigration fee € 174 € 174
Total

€20,274.-

€29,174.-

*per month

Fees and costs are estimated and subject to change. Please be aware that the expenses mentioned in the table are your own responsibility and may vary. RSM will not take care of this for you.

The required amount of money for your study and stay in the Netherlands for an academic year consists of the following expenses:

Estimated Costs for EEA students (2019-2020)

Required amount

Bachelor students

Master students

Tuition fee                     

€ 2,078

€2,078

Living expenses *
(approx. € 1,000 per month)

€12,000

€12,000

Total

€14,078

€14,078

Estimated Costs for non-EEA students (2019-2020)

Required amount

Bachelor students       

Master students

Tuition fee

€ 9,200

€18,000

Living expenses *
(approx. € 1,000 per month)

€12,000

€12,000

Visa

€    320

€    320

Total

€21,520

€30,320

* Living expenses consist of rent, groceries, study books and requirements, public transport, amusement, going out and sports, clothing & shoes, health insurance and phone costs