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Tuition fees

As a student in the Netherlands you will pay an annual tuition fee. There are two different fees: the statutory fee and the institutional fee. Which fee you pay depends on your nationality, your degree programme and - for the statutory fee only - whether you study full-time or part-time.

Statutory tuition fees 2022-2023

full-time students €2,209  
part-time students €1,882  
dual students €2,209  
AUC students €4,610  

PPLE students

€4,418

 

For first year students who haven't studied before the tuition fee of the first year is halved, so full-time students pay €1,105. This only applies if you pay the statutory fee. You can find more information on the website of the Dutch government.
The tuition fee rate is valid for a full academic year. The rate for enrolment as of 1 February can be determined by calculating 7/12ths of the given rate.

Second degree programme in education or health care

If you have already obtained a Dutch Bachelor's or Master's degree and you enrol in a second degree programme in education or health care, you pay the statutory fee (€2,209) instead of the institutional fee.
This does not apply if you have already obtained a similar degree in health care or education or if you are not a national of an EU or EEA Member State, Switzerland or Suriname, in that case you pay the institutional fee.

  • Information for students from the Netherlands, the EEA, the EU, Switzerland and Suriname

    Students from the Netherlands, other countries within the European Economic Area (EEA), the EU, Switzerland and Suriname pay the statutory tuition fees if they satisfy the legal requirements.

  • Brexit and tuition fees

    If you were registered in the BRP before 1 January 2021, you pay the statutory tuition fee (if you have never previously obtained a similar degree from a Dutch institute of higher education). If you were NOT registered in the BRP before 1 January 2021, you pay the institutional tuition fee.

  • Institutional fee for students who do not qualify for the statutory fees

    You are required to pay the institutional tuition fee if:

    • you are not a national of an EU or EEA Member State, Switzerland or Suriname;
    • after obtaining your Dutch Bachelor's degree you enrol in a second Bachelor's programme;
    • after obtaining your Dutch Bachelor's or Master's degree you enrol in a second degree programme, unless your second programme is in education or health care.

    The institutional fee is the same for full-time students and part-time students.

2022-2023 institutional fee per faculty

  • Faculty of Humanities

    Institutional tuition fee for second or next Dutch degree programme

     
    Bachelor's €8,300
    Master's (one year) €14,600
    Master's (two years and dual) €10,400
    Master's in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage €14,600
    Institutional fee for non-EEA students  
    Bachelor's €9,130
    Master's (one year) €16,060
    Master's (two years and dual) €11,440
    Master's in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage €16,060
  • Faculty of Medicine (AMC)

    Institutional tuition fee for second or next Dutch degree programme

     
    Bachelor’s in Medicine €20,700
    Bachelor’s in Medical Informatics €11,400
    Master's in Medicine €22,800
    Master's in Medical Informatics  €14,600

    Institutional fee for non-EEA students

     
    Bachelor’s in Medicine €22,770
    Bachelor's in Medical Informatics €12,540
    Master's in Medicine €25,080
    Master's in Medical Informatics  €16,060
  • Faculty of Economics and Business

    Institutional tuition fee for second or next Dutch degree programme

     
    Bachelor's €8,300
    Master's (one year) €14,600
    Master's (two years) €10,400
    Master's in Entrepreneurship * €14,780
    Master's Business in Society * €11,560
    Master's Business Data Science €15,900
    Tinbergen Institute Master of Philosophy in Economics €15,900


    Institutional fee for non-EEA students

     

    Bachelor's €9,650
    Master's (Amsterdam School of Economics) €16,060
    Master's (Amsterdam Business School) €17,750
    Master's in Entrepreneurship * €17,750
    Master's Business in Society * €12,840
    Master's Business Data Science €15,900
    Tinbergen Institute Master of Philosophy in Economics €15,900

    * Joint programme with the VU 

  • Amsterdam Law School

    Institutional tuition fee for second or next Dutch degree programme

     
    Bachelor's €8,300
    Bachelor’s in Politics, Psychology, Law and Economics (PPLE) €12,100
    Master's (one year) €14,600
    Master's (two years) €10,400

    Institutional fee for non-EEA students

     
    Bachelor's €9,130
    Bachelor's in Politics, Psychology, Law and Economics (PPLE) €13,300
    Master's (one year) €16,500
    Master's (two years) €11,440
  • Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences

    Institutional tuition fee for second or next Dutch degree programme

     
    Bachelor's €8,300
    Bachelor's Computational Science €11,400
    Master's €14,600
    Master’s Interfaculty Teacher Training Programme (ILO) * €12,000

    Institutional fee for non-EEA students

     
    Bachelor's €11,000
    Bachelor's Computational Science €12,540
    Master's  €16,900
    Master’s Interfaculty Teacher Training Programme (ILO) €13,200

     * The institutional fee does not apply if you have already obtained a  Master's degree and now start a Master's programme in education or health care. In that case you pay the statutory fee (€2,209).

  • Faculty of Dentistry

    Institutional tuition fee for second or next Dutch degree programme

     
    Bachelor's €20,700
    Master's €22,800

    Institutional fee for non-EEA students

     
    Bachelor's €22,770
    Master's €25,080
  • Faculty of Science

    Institutional tuition fee for second or next Dutch degree programme

     
    Bachelor's €11,400
    Bachelor's Chemistry * €11,790
    Bachelor's Physics and Astronomy * €11,790
    Master's (one year) €20,800
    Master's (two years) €14,600
    Master's Chemistry * €14,010
    Master's Physics and Astronomy * €14,010
    Master's Computational Science * €14,010
    Master's Computer Science * €14,010
    Master's Bioinformatics and Systems Biology * €14,010
       

    Institutional fee for non-EEA students

     
    Bachelor's €12,540
    Bachelor's Chemistry * €12,510
    Bachelor's Physics and Astronomy * €12,510
    Master's (one year) €22,880
    Master's (two years) €16,060
    Master's Chemistry * €15,110
    Master's Physics and Astronomy * €15,110
    Master's Computational Science * €15,110
    Master's Computer Science * €15,110
    Master's Bioinformatics and Systems Biology * €15,110

    * Joint programme with the VU 

  • Amsterdam University College (AUC)

    Institutional tuition fee for second or next Dutch degree programme

     

    Liberal Arts and Sciences *

    €12,610

    Institutional fee for non-EEA students

     

    Liberal Arts and Sciences *

    €12,610

    * Joint programme with the VU

Questions and Enrolment Provisions

If you have any questions about tuition fees, contact the Digital Student Service Desk or call +31 (0)20 525 1401.

All rules and regulations can be found in the Enrolment Provisions 2022-2023