Paying your tuition fee
The means of paying your tuition fee depends on your nationality. Please note that if you are an Erasmus/Exchange student, you do not need to pay a tuition fee.
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Students can pay their tuition fee:
- From a bank account (in your own name) in a SEPA country. For an explanation of retail payments, please consult the European central bank website.
- From a Dutch bank account.
If you use one of the above payment methods, you may pay in instalments.
You will receive an e-mail with instructions from Central Student Administration once you have a conditional offer and have accepted it. Central Student Administration will verify your identity and send you the e-mail in the months of June, July, and August. Please note that
- you must arrange payment before the start of your programme.
- It is not possible to pay by cheque, credit card or cash.
Once you have confirmed your place on the programme, you will receive an invoice for your tuition fee and entry visa/residence permit. Check the entry visa/residence permit page for details and deadlines.
Students with scholarships
If you have been awarded a scholarship that covers the fees for your entry visa/residence permit and your tuition fee, you can forward the invoice to your scholarship provider. There are a few exceptions:
- If you have been awarded a scholarship that does not cover all your expenses, such as a Utrecht Excellence Scholarship, a scholarship from the faculty or from another external scholarship organisation, you may need to pay (part of) the tuition fee as well as the required visa/residence permit fee. Please contact the International Office as soon as possible.
- If you receive a scholarship from Alßan, Colfuturo or StuNed, we will send an invoice to them directly. Please provide the International Office with an e-mail address of your contact person at Alßan, Colfuturo or StuNed as soon as possible.