The Netherlands is situated in the heart of Europe and is globally recognized as being deeply devoted to international business, with strong trading traditions throughout it’s history. Netherlands is the home of creative discoveries and entrepreneurs. Every year, many choose to study in this beautiful European country and you may want to know the reasons. So let’s briefly look at the benefits associated with studying in the Netherlands before I present you with the list of universities and tuition fees together with the living cost.
Why students choose the Netherlands
- Dutch universities offer programmes in English. The Netherlands is the first non-English speaking country to provide education study programmes in English for international students who do not understand their language. Almost all of their undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate programmes are all taught in English.
- Internationally recognized degrees. Yes, education in Holland meets all international standards and degrees awarded are recognized globally.
- Affordable tuition fees. Tuition fees in Dutch universities are quite affordable when you compare it with some European countries. The tuition fees for EU students ranges from €1,800 to €4000 and that of non-EU and international students starts from €6000 to €20,000 per year.
Now, let’s have a look at a list of universities in Netherlands with tuition fees for international students.
List of universities in Netherlands with tuition fees
Universities International student’s fees per
|Delft University of Technology||€8,464 – €13,226|
|Eindhoven University of Technology||€6,700 – €15,000|
|Leiden University||€10,000 – €13,500|
|Saxon University the Netherlands||€7,800 – €11,000|
|University of Amsterdam||€12,000|
|University of Maastricht||€8000 – €13,000|
|University of Tilburg||€7,000 – €14,000|
|University of Twente||€5828 – €10,333|
|Utrecht University||€6000 – €11,000|
Cost of living in the Netherlands
Cost of living is the amount of money you need to take care of yourself while studying. Different countries have their own estimated cost of living and in Holland the cost is put at €800 to €1000 per month to cover the cost of accommodation, food, books, travels etc.