Do you have the Dutch nationality or an EU/EEA nationality, or the nationality of Switzerland or Suriname?

The following countries are Member States of the European Union/European Economic Area (EU/EEA): Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lichtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom.
When tuition fees are calculated, students of Surinamese or Swiss nationality are considered equivalent to students from a Member State of the European Economic Area. A student who does not hold the nationality of an EEA country is also subject to the nationality requirement if he/she is a family member (pursuant to Directive 2004/38/EC) of EU citizens living in the Netherlands or if he/she holds a residence permit on the basis of which he/she qualifies for a student grant/loan pursuant to the Student Finance Act 2000 (Wet studiefinanciering 2000).

Are you entitled to a student grant/loan from DUO in the 2016-2017 academic year?

Do you have a valid residence permit for the Netherlands on 1 September 2016, with one of the purposes for residence specified in the explanation?

The following residence permits entitle you to the Statutory Tuition Fee, if you comply with the other conditions.

  • Asylum for fixed period (type III);
  • Asylum for indefinite period (type IV);
  • Regular for fixed period (type I) with one of the following purposes for residence:
    • single minor foreign national;
    • residence for adoption or as foster child;
    • readmission;
    • residence as a foreign national who, through no fault of his/her own, cannot leave the Netherlands;
    • on the base of a ministerial decree;
    • prosecution of trafficking in human beings (B9);
    • special regulation 2007 (the general amnesty);
    • in association with temporary humanitarian reasons or associated non-humanitarian reasons;
    • children's amnesty;
    • continued residence as a result of one of the above restrictions;
    • on the grounds of the Aliens Act Implementation Guidelines B2;
    • on the grounds of Article 8 of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (ECHR);
    • residence in connection with family formation (subject to certain conditions);
    • addition to family (subject to certain conditions);
    • residence with family member (subject to certain conditions).

For more information go to the DUO website.

What kind of programme are you enrolling in?

What form of education will you choose?

Have you already got a Dutch Bachelor’s degree, that you gained after 1 August 1991?

What form of education will you choose?

Have you already got a Dutch Master's degree, that you gained after 1 August 1991?

Which programme will you choose?

Have you completed your previous Bachelor's degree in the healthcare sector?

Check the Dutch CROHO-register if you do not know if the study programme in which you are enrolled belongs to the healthcare sector. Look up your study programme and check under ‘details’ to which sector your programme belongs.

Have you completed your previous Master's degree in the healthcare sector?

Check the Dutch CROHO-register if you do not know if the study programme in which you are enrolled belongs to the healthcare sector. Look up your study programme and check under ‘details’ to which sector your programme belongs.

Have you completed your previous Bachelor's degree in the education sector?

Check the Dutch CROHO-register if you do not know if the study programme in which you are enrolled belongs to the education sector. Look up your study programme and check under ‘details’ to which sector your programme belongs.

Have you completed your previous Master's degree in the education sector?

Check the Dutch CROHO-register if you do not know if the study programme in which you are enrolled belongs to the education sector. Look up your study programme and check under ‘details’ to which sector your programme belongs.

Your tuition fee for the academic year 2017-2018:

€ 1.950,-