REGULATION TUITION FEES
With the diagram below you can determine which tuition fee tariff you must pay in the academic year 2017-2018.
Where are you residing on September 30th 2017?
1. In The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, or in the German Federal States of North Rhine-Westphalia, Lower Saxony or Bremen.
* You must be registered in the municipal (gemeente) basis administration (GBA). (You must be able to prove this, upon request by the TUK, by means of an extract from the GBA. If you are unable to provide this extract, then you must pay the tariff of the institutional tuition fee, see step 1.2).
2. Outside this area. You pay the institutional tuition fee of €5,350.
Do you have the nationality of one of the EU member states (see appendix 1) or of Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Suriname or Switzerland?
* Continue to step 3.
2. No, but I have a residence permit as mentioned in the overview in appendix 2.
* You must send us a copy of your residence permit (valid on 1st September 2017).
3. No, but I receive a student grant (studiefinanciering) from DUO in the month September of 2017.
*You must send us a copy of a 'Bericht Studiefinanciering' from DUO, proving this. Continue to step 3.
4. No, and I do not meet the criteria under step 2.2 or 2.3.
* Your institutional tuition fee tariff for the academic year 2017-2018 has been set at €2,675 (fulltime/parttime).
Have you, after 1st August 1991, obtained a bachelor's degree (through registration for the bachelor's programme) or master's degree (through registration for one of the master's programmes), or a degree of equal standing such as a Higher Education college certificate, candidate's diploma or academic master’s degree at a subsidized educational institution in the Netherlands?
* Continue to step 4.
2. Yes, I obtained a (Higher education) HBO-bachelor but am now doing a pre-master.
* Continue to step 8.
3. Yes, but I do not belong to the category mentioned in step 3.2.
* If you are doing the Master of Theology (general), then the institutional tuition fee amounts to €2,675.
Are you doing the Master of Theology (general), also known as the one-year master programme?
Are you entitled to a student grant (studiefinaciering)?
Do you wish to follow the Master of Theology (general) on a part-time schedule? (Maximum of 30 EC's per year to be gained)?
The statutory tariff amounts to €2006,04.
In the pre-master, you must pay compensation per EC (credit), depending on the number of EC's to be gained.
Appendix 1: EU member countries
The following countries are members of the European Union:
Appendix 2: Overview of residence permits
With the residence permits mentioned below you are eligible for the statutory tuition fee, as long as the remaining conditions are also met: