Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Statutory tuition fees: € 2,209
Institutional tuition fees: € 8,495
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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 € 1,105 in 2022-2023 instead of € 2,209.
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Each academic year is divided into four periods of ten weeks. Per week of study, you should count on an average study load of 40 hours, of which 20 hours will be spent attending lectures. The remaining hours will be spent in meetings with group members for your project, preparing lectures and exams and making assignments. You will earn fifteen credits per course period, amounting to sixty credits per year.
In the first year we will be reviewing the academic results you have achieved. We will establish whether you meet the conditions for continuing your studies and whether the programme is feasible. You will receive a study recommendation on that basis. This way you will know in advance if you are able continue or if you will have to switch to a different programme. The number of credits you have obtained (European Credits or ECTS) is critical in this regard. If you have not earned enough credits, you will receive a negative binding study recommendation. In that case, you will not be able to continue your studies in the same programme at Inholland University of Applied Sciences.
Our student counsellors are here for you if you have dyslexia, fear of failure, a disability or other issues. You can speak to the student counsellor if you are combining your studies with professional sports, or if you are dealing with family problems. If you feel you could use some extra support, then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before you enrol.
This data compares Tourism Management 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.