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Tuition Fees and Living Costs

University College Groningen is accredited as a small, intensive teaching provider, and therefore the tuition fees are higher than for regular Dutch university programmes. The extra investment ensures small teaching groups and the opportunity to customise your degree, both of which provide you with an enhanced learning experience.

2017/18 Tuition Fees

EU Non-EU
Tuition Fee €4,000 €12,000

Estimated Monthly Living and Studying Costs

University College Groningen is a residential college and therefore it is compulsory for you to live on campus for a minimum of 1 year.

Per month
Accommodation
  • Private furnished room
  • Shared kitchen and bathroom facilities
  • Gas, water, electricity, wi-fi
  • Approx. €476
  • Plus €195 one-time registration fee
Study Items*
  • Books
  • Stationery
  • (You will also be expected to bring your own laptop)
  • €60
Food and Drink*
  • Weekly shopping
  • Dining Out
  • Social Nights
  • €250
Additional Costs*
  • Insurances
  • Clothing
  • Hairdressers, Cinema etc...
  • €250

*These costs will vary dependent on your personal circumstances. Please note that food is not provided by UCG and you will need to arrange your own insurances.

Estimated one off Living and Studying Costs

One off cost
Social and Cultural Programme
  • Sports
  • Cultural Workshops & Events
  • €200 per year - optional
Bike*
  • €75
*These costs will vary dependent on your personal circumstances

Financial Support

We understand that the journey of a new Bachelor's degree is a costly one. Therefore, we would like to help you with finding (partial) funding for your academic career at University College Groningen.

Dutch Students - Student Grant ‘studiefinanciering’:

If you are under the age of 30 and are registered in full-time or dual education, you can apply for student finance. Student finance, paid by the Dutch government, is a monthly loan to provide you in your living, such as payment for your room or to cover your daily costs. You must be a Dutch national or have the same rights, depending on your residence permit or your nationality. For more information about how much money you are entitled to and how you can apply for it, please consult duo.nl.

Student Grant (non-Dutch EEA students only):

As an EEA student you are allowed to take up a part-time job in the Netherlands. If you work more than 56 hours a month you may be eligible for a student grant from the Dutch government which turns into a gift once you graduate. For more information please consult duo.nl

Tuition Fee Loan/Collegegeldkrediet (non-Dutch EEA students only):

If you are an EEA/EU student and NOT eligible for a student grant from the Dutch government you can apply for a loan or a contribution towards to the payment of your tuition fee. This is called 'Collegegeldkrediet' and the loan will be paid directly into your bank account in monthly installments. If you want more information about Collegegeldkrediet, please visit go here. For more information please consult duo.nl

Other grants/scholarships:

There are of course also other means to receive financial help to cover your tuition and other study costs. Search for grants through the University of Groningen or Nuffic websites.

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Laatst gewijzigd:06 februari 2017 15:35