Tuition fees and other study costs

Tuition fees and other study costs

Studying involves different kinds of university expenses. There are for example the costs of tuition fees, books and other study materials, a laptop and the costs of renting a room. On the other hand you might be eligible for student grants. Below you can read more about the different costs that might arise. 

Amounts of different fees

Study costs and study grants

On the website of the NIBUD you can find useful overviews of the several costs students have to make with some handy tips. On the webiste of DUO  you can find out in what cases you are eligible for study grants and what the amounts are.  

Financial matters - what to expect and when (Bachelor):
  Bachelor EEA Bachelor non-EEA
application fee

V

upon application

V

upon application

bank statement    
guarantee fee

V

May

V

May

proof of sufficient financial means for the IND  

V

May

tuition fee

V

August

V

= paid as part of the guarentee fee

living expenses

V

as per living in Eindhoven

V

as per living in Eindhoven

Financial matters - what to expect and when (Master):
  Master EEA Master non-EEA
application fee

V

upon application

V

upon application

bank statement  

V

If the application is received after the 1st of February

guarantee fee

V

May

V

May

proof of sufficient financial means for the IND  

V

May

tuition fee

V

August

V

= paid as part of the guarentee fee

living expenses

V

as per living in Eindhoven

V

as per living in Eindhoven

Living expenses
Per year a TU/e student needs a budget of at least €10,000-€12,000 for rent, insurance, living expenses, books and local transportation. This is a minimum budget and is in addition to the tuition fee and any expenses incurred travelling from your home country to Eindhoven.
Rent can vary between €400 for a room and €700 for a studio.