Bachelor of Science (BSc)
Informatica / 34479
Statutory tuition fees: € 2.314
Institutional tuition fees: € 8.899
Use the Tuition Fees Guide to calculate your tuition fees.
Entering Dutch education for the first time?
You might qualify for the reduced statutory fee. If you meet all conditions set by the Dutch government, you will pay € 1.157 in 2023-2024 instead of € 2.314.
An adequate laptop is essential in order to study and complete assignments. That's why we expect you to be in possession of a laptop that works with the required programmes for your study.
How do I know my laptop is adequate?
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Books first year: about € 500
Laptop: about € 700
Introduction week (optional): about € 125
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Each academic year has four terms of ten weeks. Count on an average of forty hours of studying per week: attending class and working on assignments and projects with other students, and preparing for exams. You can earn 15 study credits per term for a total of 60 credits per year.
During the first year, we assess your earned study results. Have you met the requirements to continue tot the second year? And do you feel that you can complete the entire course? Most important are your credits (European Credits of EC's). If you have not earned enough credits, you are not allowed to continue the programme at Inholland University.
Our counsellors are there for you if you have, for example, dyslexia, fear of failure or a disability. You can also contact the counsellor if you combine top-level sport with studying, or if there are family problems. Do you think you can use some extra support? Contact email@example.com before you apply.
This data is designed to compare Information Technology 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.