Payment of tuition fees
- An overview of the payment possibilities
- Conditions for direct debit payment of tuition fees
- For which date do I have to pay the tuition fees?
- Pay tuition fees as a lump sum or in instalments
- What must I do if somebody else will pay my tuition fees?
- Can I modify my payment details in Studielink?
- Regulations for registration and tuition fees
- Can I pay in cash?
- Pay your tuition fees via Tikkie
Reimbursement of tuition fees
- When will tuition fees be reimbursed?
- I will graduate soon. Will my tuition fees be reimbursed?
- I have graduated and submitted a deregistration and reimbursement request form. Nevertheless, my account is still being debited for tuition fees. Is this correct?
- When am I not eligible for reimbursment of tuition fees?
Insufficient bank balance
Second degree programme
- What tuition fees should I pay if I am enrolled in several degree programmes?
- Do I have to pay double tuition fees if I follow two degree programmes at the University of Groningen?
- What is the proof of payment of tuition fees (BBC)?
- I am also enrolled at another institution for higher education. How do I obtain a proof of payment of tuition fees?
- I am paying my tuition fees in instalments and not all instalments have been paid. Can I still apply for a proof of payment of tuition fees?
- I have already paid tuition fees to another institution for higher education. Should I also pay tuition fees to the University of Groningen?
- Wat gebeurt er als ik één van de opleidingen afrond?
Halving statutory tuition fees for first-year studentsThe Dutch government is halving tuition fees for first-year students in higher education who pay the statutory (EU) tuition fees. Those who meet all the conditions will pay in the 2021-2022 academic year:
- Regular bachelor programmes: € 542 instead of € 1.084
- Bachelor University College Groningen en Campus Fryslân: € 2.673 instead of € 3.215
Students who register for a teacher training bachelor or master for the first time are eligible for a second year of reduced fees.
More information can be found on the Government website. In our Regulations for Registration and Tuition Fees you can find the terms and conditions for the halving of tuition fees.