Comprehensive List Of Low Tuition Universities In Netherlands

The Netherlands is a country in northwestern Europe, and is known for a flat landscape of canals, tulip fields, windmills and cycling routes. Amsterdam which the capital, is home to the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and the house where Jewish diarist Anne Frank hid during WWII. A lot of students choose to study in the Netherlands because of the many benefits associated with studying in this country. One of the benefits is that the tuition fees is affordable, not as high as what you have in the UK, US and Australia. In today’s article I will be providing you with a lists of low tuition universities in the Netherlands with their respective tuition fees. But before I do that, let’s briefly look at some other benefits associated with studying in the Netherlands.

Why Study in Netherlands?

It is worthy to note that tertiary institutions in the Netherlands offer courses or programs in English language. That said,Netherlands is one of the first non-English speaking countries to offer academic courses or programs  in English language for international students who would like to study in English.

Netherlands offers top quality education and endeavors to meet varying standards of educational experiences.Also, the undergraduate or postgraduate degrees received by international students from universities in Netherlands are internationally recognized.

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Cost of living in Netherlands

The cost of living in Netherlands can range from 600 to 1000 Euros per month which covers the cost of food, accommodation, transportation, books etc. Please note that cost of living is dependent on factors like spending habbit of student and the city the student is living. For instance, living expenses in Netherlands varies from city to city as can be seen in the breakdown below:

Here are the average living costs in major Dutch student cities:

  • Enschede: around 650-920 EUR/month
  • Eindhoven: around 850-1,300 EUR/month
  • Amsterdam and Delft: 1,000-1,500 EUR/month
  • Rotterdam: 760-1,250 EUR/month

Tuition fees in Netherlands are not very expensive and are quite affordable/cheap when compared to other developed European countries. The tuition fee in the Netherlands for European Union (EU) students is about 1800-4000 Euros each year and for international  students the fee is about 6000-20000 Euros each year.

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Below is a list of universities in the Netherlands with the tuition fees for international students

UNIVERSITIES (with annual fees)

University of Amsterdam     €12,000

University of Maastricht      €8000 – €13,00

Utrecht University    €6000 – €11,000

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 Tilburg   €7,000 – €14,000

University of Twente €5828 – €10,333

If you want to study in one of these low tuition universities, you can do that by contacting the school an requesting application materials. Once you have sent your application to them and your application approved, then an admission offer will be sent to you. If the tuition fees stated above is too high for you, you can consider studying in low tuition universities in other parts of Europe.

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