Tuition fees & Scholarships
Tuition fees 2013-2014
Tuition fees depend on your nationality, previous study at Tilburg University and other factors. Moreover, the fees change every year. The tuition fees for the Master Christianity and Society (2013-2014) are as follows:
full-time & part-time
full-time & part-time
|¤ 1,835||¤ 2,500||¤ 7,000*|
*One partial tuition fee waiver is available for non-EEA/EU students. This waiver reduces the tuition fees to the institutional fee for EEA/EU students. Please see the scholarship information below.
You can find further information about current tuition fees on the tuition fee page.
Financing your studies
Students up to the age of 30, having the Dutch nationality and being enrolled for a full-time higher education course of studies, are entitled to a governmental grant. On certain conditions, EU/EEA-students not having the Dutch nationality are entitled to student grants and loans of the Dutch government as well. If you do not have the nationality of an EU/EEA country, you still might be elegible for a Dutch grant, depending on your residence permit. Here you can find more information.
Tilburg University Scholarship for Academic Excellence
Each year, the School of Catholic Theology offers a one-year scholarship to a selected excellent student from outside the EU/EEA. The application deadline for this scholarship is 1 April. For criteria and information see: Tilburg University Scholarship for Academic Excellence.
Tilburg School of Catholic Theology partial tuition fee waiver
The School of Catholic Theology offers one partial tuition fee waiver (reduction) to a non-EEA/EU student. This waiver is only available to a student enrolled in the Master's program Christianity and Society. The application deadline for this waiver is 1 April. For criteria and application, please download the following document: TST partial tuition fee waiver.
TOEFL Scholarship Program
A TOEFL scholarship can help you study at any of the 8,000+ institutions listed in the TOEFL Destinations Directory, including Tilburg University. The scholarship program is designed to award TOEFL test takers for achieving academic excellence, exhibiting leadership skills, performing extracurricular activities and demonstrating English-communication proficiency. TOEFL scholarships are currently available in China, India, Japan, Korea and Taiwan.
The European Federation of Catholic Universities (FUCE) offers exchange scholarships to students who are registered at Lebanese universities, Ukrainian universities or Pontifical universities from the Vatican. The scholarship consists of a monthly stipend of ¤600 to cover the cost of living and travel expenses. Are you registered at a university in one of the countries mentioned above? And do you wish to follow the first semester of Christianity and Society as an exchange student? Then please contact your home university for more information about this scholarship before 1 February.
You can find other possibilities for scholarship programs here:
- Other scholarships
- Scholarship Portal
- Grantfinder (EU students only)