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.
Books year 1: +- €500 (when you buy everything new)
Cost study tour year 1: +- €350
A reliable laptop is essential to get the most out of the study. We recommend having one which you can work easily and quickly on.
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Each academic year is divided into 4 periods of 10 weeks. Per week you should count on a study load of about 40 hours.
Of this, 20 hours are lectures. During the remaining hours, you will meet with group members on projects, prepare for lectures and exams, and work on assignments.
The number of hours of lectures decreases slightly each year. That means fewer lectures and more time to focus on self-study and the practical assignments that are central to your track.
You can get 15 credits per term, so 60 per year.
During the first year, we review your past study results. Do you meet the requirements to continue your studies? And is the programme feasible? We answer this in a piece of study advice. With this advice, you will know in time whether you can continue or whether it is wiser to switch studies.
The most important part of this study recommendation is the number of credits earned (European Credits, or ECs). The requirement for Tourism Management is a minimum of 45 ECs.
Not enough (45) credits at the end of year 1? Then you will receive a negative binding study advice. You cannot continue with Tourism Management at Inholland.
Do you have dyslexia, a fear of failure or a disability? Our learning coaches are there for you and will help you move forward. This also applies if you combine top sports with your studies, or if you have family problems.
Do you feel you could use some extra support? If so, please contact email@example.com before you apply.
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.