Tuition fees & Scholarships
Tuition feeOur tuition fees for all Master’s programs at the Tilburg School of Economics and Management, academic year 2013-2014, are:
EEA citizens ¤1,835 (Premaster and Master)
Non-EEA citizens ¤12,500 (Master)
Non-EEA citizens ¤7,000 (Premaster)
Your tuition fee covers one year of study. Should you need an additional year of study to complete your degree you will be required to register for a second year and pay the tuition fee accordingly. It is important to note that tuition fee payments are non-refundable should you leave the program before its completion.
You have the opportunity to apply for a loan (collegegeldkrediet) from the Dutch government to cover the costs of your degree if you are a student from an EU/EEA country.
Tilburg University Scholarship OpportunitiesAt Tilburg University, we have 40 scholarship opportunities available for outstanding international non-EU students who have been admitted into a Master's program (MA, MSc or LLM) for the academic year 2013/14.
A scholarship on the basis of academic excellence includes:
- A ¤5000 scholarship to cover living expenses for one academic year.
- A partial tuition waiver of up to ¤ 8,406: our scholarship students are required to pay a fee of only ¤2,454.
For more information please visit www.tilburguniversity.edu/tusp.
Other scholarshipsInternational students who have chosen to study for their Bachelor's or Master's degree in the Netherlands also have the opportunity to apply for a grant from the Dutch government.
You can find more information on grants at Grantfinder.nl.
Cost of livingThe city of Tilburg offers an affordable lifestyle for university students, particularly when compared with other university cities in the Netherlands such as Amsterdam or Utrecht. On average, one year of living in the Netherlands costs a foreign student between ¤700 and ¤850 per month (excluding tuition fees).
An estimate of your living expenses per year in Tilburg can be found here.