Paying for your education.

Finance

To study for a bachelor's degree with us, you will need to pay tuition fees. There are two types of tuition fees: statutory fees (for EU nationals) and institutional fees. How much you pay will depend on your situation. You arrange the payment of your tuition fees via Studielink

Please note: accommodation and living costs are not included in the fees below. 

Statutory fee

Statutory fee for EU/EEA students

The statutory tuition fee for the upcoming academic year 2019-2020 is €2,083 per year. This fee may be subject to inflation in future years. The fee in 2018-2019 is € 2,060 per year.

You are eligible for the EEA/EU students statutory fee if you meet these two requirements:

  • You are a national of the Netherlands, Surinam or Switzerland or of one of the EEA member states, or falling under one of the groups of individuals stated in Section 2.2(1) of the Student Finance Act 2000 (Wet studiefinanciering 2000), and,
  • You have not been awarded a degree in Dutch higher education (that is equivalent of your current programme of study) after 31 August 1991.

If you do not fulfill both requirements, you pay the institutional tuition fee.

Institutional fee

Institutional fee

If you are not from the EU/EEA or do not meet the conditions applicable to statutory tuition fees, you will pay institutional tuition fees.

The institutional tuition fee for 2019-2020 is € 7,992 per year. This fee may be subject to inflation in future years. The fee in 2018-2019 is € 7,921 per year.

Please note: contrary to the situation for statutory tuition fees, you will not be eligible for a reimbursement if you deregister.

Reduced statutory fee

Reduced statutory fee

You might qualify for the reduced statutory fee if you are entering Dutch education for the first time in 2018/2019. If you meet all conditions set by the Dutch government, you will pay €1,030 in 2018/2019 instead of €2,060. 

To be eligible for the 50% reduced tuition fee, you must be a national of:

  • an EU country
  • Norway
  • Switzerland
  • Iceland
  • Liechtenstein, or
  • Suriname.

You may also be eligible if you are the family member of an EU citizen living in the Netherlands or if you have a residence permit that entitles you to student finance.

See all terms and conditions on government.nl

Tuition Fee Guide

Scholarships

Scholarships

Inholland offers one type of scholarship,  for degree-seeking students only:

The Knowledge Grant is granted during your study, with a maximum of five years, provided that you meet the criteria.

How to pay your tuition fees

If you have a bank account with an IBAN number in a SEPA country, the payment of your tuition fees can be arranged via Studielink. You can either pay the fees all at once or in instalments. In Studielink you set up a direct debit payment to allow us to deduct the fees from your account on the agreed date(s)

If you are not from a SEPA country, you need to pay by bank transfer in one go. You should include your first name, surname and student number in the reference information. When arranging a bank transfer, you need to make sure there is enough time for the payment to reach Inholland before 31 August. Check with your bank how long the payment should take.

If you are a refugee, you might be eligible for UAF (University Assistance Fund) support. Check the UAF website to do the support scan. 

Collection dates

Pay your tuition fees at once or in multiple instalments.

See 2018-2019 dates

Bank transfer

Full instruction on how to pay your tuition fee by bank transfer. 

University bank details

Making changes?

You might be eligible for a reimbursement in case of cancellation or deregistration. 

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