Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Statutory tuition fees: € 2.530
Institutional tuition fees: € 9.732
Use the Tuition Fees Guide to calculate your tuition fees.
In addition to the tuition fees, you must take into account the costs of purchasing:
• a laptop suitable for working in Adobe Creative Suite;
• licenses for the use of some applications;
• purchase of (digital) literature (not required);
• a license for the language test (not required);
• costs for participation in the introduction week (not required).
The first year of the programme consists of fourteen weeks. You should keep an average weekly study load of 40 hours in mind.
During the first year we will look at the academic results you have achieved. Do you meet the conditions for continuing your studies? And is the programme feasible? Based on the answers to these questions, you will receive a study recommendation. This way you will know in advance if you can continue or if you’ll have to switch to a different programme. If you have not earned enough credits, you will receive a negative binding study recommendation and you will not be able to continue your studies in this programme at Inholland.
Our counsellors are here to help you if you have dyslexia, performance anxiety, a disability or other issues. You can also talk to a counsellor if you are combining your studies with professional sports, or if you are dealing with family problems. Think you could use some extra support? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com before you enrol.
Our student counsellors are here to support you if personal circumstances are hindering your ability to focus on your studies. Whether you face personal challenges, have a disability, illness, family matters, or combine top-level sports with studying, we provide tailored guidance and support.
Contact our student counsellors at firstname.lastname@example.org before you apply to discuss how we can help you succeed academically.
This data is designed to compare Creative Business with equivalent programmes at other universities of applied sciences. This information is gathered by the Dutch government and is designed specifically for Dutch students. The numbers and percentages do not reflect our international population.