Finances for Self-funded students

If you apply for the GEM Master's on a self-financing basis, you must meet the hosting university's deadline.

Non-EU students (self-funding)

Tuition fee whole course 24 months

€ 18,000.00

Additional costs
(Dutch visa, materials and sundry costs (such as passport photos, smart card deposit))

€ 400.00

Insurance whole course 24 months
Having health insurance is mandatory. The calculation is based on AON ICS Complete+insurance. Please see the minimum requirement for the Health and AccidentInsurance Coverage of EMJMD students on the European Commission's website

€ 1270.00

Living allowance for 24 months (incl. housing)

€ 21.541.44

Total

€ 41,211.44

EU students (self-funding)

Tuition fee whole course 24 months

€ 18,000.00

Additional costs
(material and sundry costs (such as passport photos, smart card deposit))

€ 400.00

Insurance whole course 24 months
Having health insurance is mandatory. The calculation is based on AON ICS Complete+ insurance.

€ 1270.00

Total

€ 19.670.44

* Fees are in euros and are subject to change.
** Living expenses are estimated at approximately € 850.00 per month but may be slightly higher or lower depending on the country where you study.
* For EU students: for estimation of monthly living costs, we refer you to the Student Services page where you may find information about the living costs per partner country 

Special remarks: 


  • For all student contracts, self-funding students should note that any costs for fieldwork, (international/local/ inter-European) travel are at the student's own expenses.
  • For student contracts with EU students: Please ensure that you have sufficient means of financial support (approximately € 850.00 per month to cover costs of living and accommodation. As an EU citizen, these costs do not need to be paid in advance.
  • For non-EU Living allowance for 12 months (including housing):  Living allowance for 12 months has to be paid because of the residence permit procedure in the Netherlands for non-European students. This monthly allowance will be transferred to the bank account of the student on a monthly basis. 
  • Payment in instalments:  Payment in instalments is not possible for non-EU students because of the rules for a residence permit in The Netherlands. For EU students payment in instalments is possible.

OTHER TYPES OF FUNDING

Candidates who wish to apply for alternative scholarships may have to observe early deadlines and an early application is recommended.

Some other scholarship options can be found below, but note that each scholarship provider has its own requirements and may not necessarily be suitable for you/your study.

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