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Tuition and course fees

The Executive Board has recently determined the rates for tuition and course fees for the academic year 2017-2018.

The amount of the tuition fees depends on conditions including the nationality of the student, any degree in Dutch Higher Education and form of enrollment.

Statutory (legally set) tuition fee
The statutory tuition fee for full-time study programs has been fixed by the Ministry of Education at € 2,006 (ft). For part-time courses at our University the rate is € 1,800 (pt).

The statutory tuition fee applies only to students who do not have a Dutch bachelor or master degree1 and who have an EEA nationality (EEA2 is incl. NL), or the Swiss or Surinam nationality, and for non-EEA students with a legally registered EEA-partnership or asylum status.

Institutional tuition fee
The fees for students from outside the EEA and for students from The Netherlands or another EEA country who already have a Dutch bachelor or master degree, are set by the Board of Governors. For 2017-2018 the institutional tuition is € 6,500 for new students (full-time and part-time). For existing students the fee remains the same as in the 2016-2017 academic year, i.e. € 5,500 (full-time) and € 4,500 (part-time).

As of the academic year 2017-2018 a lower institutional tuition fee will apply to new students who have already been awarded a degree in the Netherlands from a non-art programme: € 3,250 (full-time and part-time).

1. See under paragraph ‘definitions’
2. See under paragraph ‘definitions’

REGULAR HIGHER EDUCATION

EEA students

2017-2018
Bachelor or Master course & Industrial Design & Non Linear Narrative full-time part-time
  • EEA students who do not have a Dutch bachelor, respectively a master degree
€2.006 €1.800
  • sitting EEA students, enrolled at the KABK in study year 2016-2017, who have a Dutch bachelor or master degree
€5.500 €4.500
  • new EEA students, who have a Dutch bachelor, respectively a Dutch master degree from a non-art program
€3.250 €3.250
  • new EEA students, who have a Dutch bachelor, respectively a Dutch master degree from an art program
€6.500 €6.500
     

Non-EEA students

2017-2018
Bachelor or Master course & Industrial Design & Non Linear Narrative full-time part-time
  • new non-EEA students, enrolled in study year 2017-2018
€6.500 €6.500
  • sitting non-EEA students, enrolled in study year 2016-2017
€5.500 €4.500
  • non-EEA students with a legally registered EEA-partnership or asylum status
€2.006 €1.800
  • non-EEA students with refugee status
€2.006 €1.800
     

Other types of enrollment

2017-2018
Second enrollment To be decided by the faculty director
Extraneus minimum fee of exam costs
Contract education individual € 125 (per lesson)
Contract education in class €30 (per lesson)
     

Other costs

2017-2018
School fund KABK full-time (facultative) €60
School fund KABK part-time (facultative) €60
     

COURSE FEES

2017-2018
School for Young Talent (SvJT) internal €1.800
School for Young Talent (SvJT) external €1.800
Preparatory year KABK €2.050
Orientation course KABK (2 semesters; rate per semester) €600
   

 

 


Definitions

1. Dutch bachelor or master degree
The definition ‘Dutch bachelor or master degree’ is applicable to:
- Bachelor students from the EEA, who have obtained a Bachelor degree after August 1991 at a Dutch college or university, and who apply for a Bachelor course at our University;
- Master students from the EEA, who have obtained a Master degree after August 1991 at a Dutch college or university and who apply for a Master course at our University.

2. EEA: The European Economic Area
The EEA consists of all member states of the European Union, plus Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. The following countries belong to the EEA: Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Norway, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Rumania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Spain, Czech Republic, United Kingdom, Sweden.
With regard to tuition fee status, students from Switzerland and Surinam are also considered as EEA students, as are non-EEA students who have the right to financial assistance in the form of a Dutch study grant.


School fund

On voluntary basis, you can make a contribution to our School fund. This contribution will cover special costs for the benefit of your education, that cannot be paid out of the governmental financial support. As of September 2017, the contribution to the School fund will be €60,- per year.

Every student receives a participation form at the beginning of the academic year. To make use of the special School fund, you can apply via the Director secretary. Teachers can apply through the head of the department.
Money out of this fund is used to cover:

  • costs for the introductory week; 
  • costs for excursions; 
  • costs for exhibitions (Academic relation); 
  • costs for participating in workshops or trade fairs; 
  • costs for meetings such as the Open day, school festivals, diploma awards, the graduation book; 
  • costs of individual contribution to projects (with an Academic relation); 
  • costs for facilities in workplaces, materials and experiments etc.

Downloads:

Read more about the institutional tuition fee on the website of the University of the Arts The Hague.


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Last updated: 2017-05-01


   
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