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Master
Philosophy of the Humanities and the Social Sciences (Philosophy)
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Tuition fee

Paying the tuition fee is an important step in completing your enrolment. Other costs to keep in mind when planning your university budget include housing, living expenses, and learning materials such as books, stationary and a laptop.

Tuition fees  

You can calculate your tuition fee for this programme by using the Tuition fee calculator. Note that all fee rates that are displayed apply to one academic year and not to the entire duration of the programme. The fee rates are indexed annually and thus may turn out to be higher in subsequent years.

Important information for students not eligible for the statutory fee

If you are not eligible for the statutory tuition fee, for example if you are from a country outside the European Economic Area, you must take into account that in this double degree programme, you must register for two Master's programmes. The institutional fee for a one-year programme is higher than for a two-year programme. When you are registered for more than one programme at the same time, the highest rate applies. This means that you have to pay the fee for a one-year programme as long as you are registered for the one-year programme in the humanities or social sciences of your choice. You pay the lower fee for two-year programmes in the period that you are registered for the two-year Master's in Philosophy of the Humanities and Social Sciences only - either before you start the one-year programme or after you have completed it. It is therefore advisable to plan the one-year specialisation in as short a period of time as possible.

Study costs

In addition to your tuition fees, you will need to include a number of other study costs in your budget, such as books, stationary, excursions, a laptop or other equipment. These costs vary per programme but academic books and study materials will usually cost you between €50-100 per month.

Living costs

Keep in mind that living in Amsterdam also includes costs such as accommodation, food and public transport.