Tuition fees 2018-2019

The table below shows the different tuition fees for 2018-2019 with the requirements that must be met.

 

Amount and type of tuition fees 

Requirements

A

€2,060 (statutory rate)

Bachelor's and master's students who meet nationality requirement1.

B

€10,000 (institutional rate bachelor ‘high’)

Bachelor's students who do not meet the nationality requirement.

C

€15,000 (institutional rate bachelor ‘high’)

Master's students who do not meet the nationality requirement.

D

€1,030 (exam fee for extranei)

Bachelor's and master's extranei who meet the nationality requirement.

E

€ 5,000 (exam fee for bachelor's extranei)

Bachelor's extranei who do not meet the nationality requirement.

F

€7,500 (exam fee for master's extranei)

Master's extranei who do not meet the nationality requirement.

G

€ 34.33 per sp (bridging program rate per study point)

Bridging rate (EEA and non-EEA) for taking study components in the bridging program or with the examination committee's permission for taking bachelor's and master's education units2.

H

€ 500 (contractor rate per college series)

Contractor

I

€ 15,000 (institutional rate ‘exit level students’)

Master's students who do not meet the nationality requirements and are enrolled for one year (exit level students3).

J

€ 7,500 (institutional rate ‘entry level students’)

Master's students who do not meet the nationality requirements and are enrolled for two years (entry level students4).

At the TU/e, the same rates apply to enrolments for part-time students as for full-time students.

Nationality requirements:
- The student must be a national of one of the EU countries or of Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Suriname, or
- The student has a different nationality, but his residence permit does entitle him to student finance. To determine whether this applies to you, review the Nationality Scheme on DUO IB Group. If your residence permit entitles you to student finance, we will need to see a copy of the DUO-IB group letter that proves that you are entitled to student finance.
For the additional administrative actions related to the payments for taking master's courses, administration costs are levied equal to the administrative costs in the case of staggered tuition fee payment (€ 24).
3 If the TU/e is an exit point, the student will take the second year of the two-year program at TU/e. The student will have taken the first year at one of the partner universities. The student will in that case be enrolled for one year as a student at the TU/e.
4 If the TU/e is an entry point, the student will take the first year of the two-year program at the TU/e. The student will take the second year at one of the partner universities. In that case, the student will be enrolled as a student at the TU/e for both years.

Transfer scheme

  • Bachelor students who do not meet the nationality requirement and started the bachelor's degree program at the TU/e before 1 September 2016, will pay €8,923 for 2017-2018 (institutional rate bachelor 'transfer').
  • Master's students who do not meet the nationality requirement and started the masters degree program at the TU/e before 1 September 2016, will pay €13,943 for 2017-2018 (institutional rate master 'transfer').
  • For European double degree programs, for which the agreement was concluded before 1 February 2016, the institutional tuition fee is €4,000 for entry level students and €8,000 for exit level students. For European double degree programs concluded on or after 1 February 2016, the institutional tuition fees as included in the above table apply. On November 17, 2016, the Executive Board decided on a discount to institutional tuition fees for the EIT digital program up to and including 2019-2020, resulting in a rate of €4,000 for entry level students and  €8,000 for exit level student

Special programs

The institutional rate for Summa Tech EEA students is set equal to the statutory tuition fee until 2020.

Halving tuition fees for first-year students 2018-2019

Information about the reduction of tuition fees from academic year 2018-2019 for first-year students can be found on the national government website.