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Tuition fee, costs of living and other study costs

What are the costs for studying at Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences? You can find more information below for an overview of the financial aspect of studying at our institution.

The tuition fees 2020 - 2021

The amount that you will be required to pay depends on your nationality and the programme you have applied for. You pay tuition fees each year. The tuition fees are determined each year. 

EEA / EU € 2,143
Non-EU T.B.A.

EEA (European Economic Area) students

The following countries belong to this category: 

Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, the Slovak Republic, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and The United Kingdom.

Students from Surinam will be charged the same fees as students from EEA countries.

Tuition fee for Refugees

Students who have been officially recognised by the UAF (the Foundation for Refugee Students) are required to pay the same tuition fees as EU/EEA students. Please contact CoIA for more information. 

Costs of living

What does it cost to study in Rotterdam?

To cover your living expenses, such as housing, food, insurance and transportation you should expect to spend approximately € 700 - € 1,000 a month, excluding your tuition fee.

The costs are roughly as follows:

  Costs per month
Accommodation € 300 - € 600 
Food € 150
Going out/sports € 100
Telephone € 30
Insurance € 80 - € 100 
Public transportation € 40 - € 100

Other study costs

For the purchase of books, readers and other materials you can expect to pay between € 300 and € 750 per year.

As you are enrolled in an International programme you may expect to travel abroad during your studies for your placement or exchange. The costs for these trips depend on your destination, duration of your stay, price of accommodation and means of transport. Please note that you have to pay for these costs yourself in addition to your tuition fee.

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