Bachelors

Brexit – consequences British students
There will be no immediate consequences for students regarding the conditions for: their stay here or in the UK; research projects; education programmes and all other facilities (including tuition fees).
Whether anything changes in the future will depend on the outcome of negotiations between the UK and the EU over the next few years.

Not only Utrecht University but all Dutch universities will continue their close collaboration with UK universities, including research projects and mobility of our students and researchers. It is in the interest of all parties involved to jointly find solutions.

In the Netherlands there are two types of tuition fees, statutory tuition fees and institutional tuition fees. Depending on your situation one of the two types applies to you:

  2017-2018
Full time EU/EEA, Surinam or Swiss students
(statutory tuition fee)
€ 2.006
Part time EU/EEA, Surinam or Swiss students  
(statutory tuition fee)
€ 1.787
Non-EU/EEA students
(institutional tuition fee)*
More information

* Please note, as a non-EU/EEA student you are eligible for the statutory fee if you:

  • receive a UAF grant (for refugee students in the Netherlands), or if you
  • meet the nationality requirement for a government study grant from DUO.

Exceptions

There are a few situations in which the required tuition fee differs from the fees mentioned above:

  • You applied for University College Utrecht or University College Roosevelt.
  • You have enrolled for only part of the academic year. Contact Student Services for more information.
  • You have already paid the statutory tuition fee to another institute of higher education in the Netherlands for the same academic year; you may be eligible for a reduction of the tuition fee at Utrecht University. Contact Student Services for more information.

Students with a Dutch degree

Utrecht University has been required to determine the tuition fees for students who have already obtained a degree from a government-funded Dutch university or university of applied sciences (hogeschool) after 1 September 1991. This means that if you have already obtained a Bachelor's degree or a similar degree from a Dutch institution of higher education after 1 September 1991*, and you want to enrol in a second Bachelor's programme, you pay the institutional tuition fee for Bachelor's programmes (pdf). As a EU/EEA, Surinam or Swiss student, you pay the EU/EEA institutional fee. As a non-EU/EEA student, you pay the non-EU/EEA institutional fee. 

Exceptions

There is an exception for degrees in the fields of education and health: a first degree in one of these fields might incurthe statutory tuition fee, even if it is the students’ second degree. Contact Student Services/The International Office for more information.

A special allowance has been made for students who started or will start their second programme, before finishing their first programme. Read more on the Student's website.

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