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Tuition Fees 2021-2022

04 May 2021

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.

The tuition fees for the Academic Year 2021-2022 have just been published.

And we have good news!

The Dutch government is halving tuition fees for first-year students in higher education.

For the upcoming Academic year, you will receive a one-time reduction on your tuition fees!

For EU/EEA students, your tuition fee will be €2,673. For NON-EU students, your tuition fee will be €11,766. This is a unique discount and only applies to the Academic Year 2021-2022.

EU/EEA students Non-EU/EEA students
Tuition Fee €2,673


Any more dubts on Finances? You can find all the information on on Finances as a UCG student.

Application Deadline reminder

Are you stuck in OAS or do you have some questions about the process? Iris, member of our Recruitment & Admissions office, is here to help you out. Only this week, you can talk to her during her Open Office Hours:

Thursday 6 May, from 13:00 - 15:00 CEST

Friday 7 May, from 15:00 - 17:00 PM CEST

The deadline to complete your OAS application is 9 May, 23:59 CEST. Incomplete OAS applications after this deadline will not be taken into consideration for our 2021 Cohort.

Last modified:04 May 2021 4.24 p.m.

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