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Tilburg University’s tuition fees and scholarships

Grants 15 November 2015, 19:18

New international students applying for a Research Master’s programme at Tilburg University can take advantage of diverse scholarship opportunities. Most of the bursaries offered can cover a substantial part of tuition fees and living expenses throughout the study term.

International students at Tilburg UniversityNew international students applying for a Research Master’s programme at Tilburg University can take advantage of diverse scholarship opportunities. Most of the bursaries offered can cover a substantial part of tuition fees and living expenses throughout the study term.

In many cases the scholarship amounts offered at Tilburg University are calculated based on the tuition fee amounts set for the university’s graduate programmes.

Statutory and institutional fees

The following tuition fees are applicable to most of the programmes at Tilburg University for the 2016-2017 academic year:

  • Students of EU/EEA nationalities only have to pay a statutory fee of € 1,984 per year for any degree programme at the university.
  • Non-EU/EEA Master’s students (or EEA students with a Dutch degree) will be charged an institutional fee of € 14,000 per year. For Bachelor’s students, this amount will be equal to € 8,300 for the same period.

Tilburg University Scholarships

Tilburg University's green campusStudents applying for a Research Master’s programme at Tilburg University can also apply for certain grants. Many of these can cover part of the living expenses (for students paying a statutory fee) or can considerably reduce the cost of education for those paying an institutional fee.

There are five Tilburg University schools, offering such scholarships:

  • Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences (TSB),
  • Tilburg School of Humanities (TSH),
  • Tilburg Law School (TLS),
  • Tilburg School of Economics and Management (TiSEM), and
  • Tilburg School of Catholic Theology (TST).

Most of them require candidates to have excellent grades or to have graduated from one of Tilburg University’s partner institutions.

For more details on the scholarships available, please visit the “Tilburg University Scholarships” page on the university’s website.

Holland Scholarship

In 2016-2017 year, Tilburg University will award 26 one-time grants of € 5,000 within the frames of the Holland Scholarship programme. Students must have the following nationality to be eligible for these grants:

  • any non-EU/EEA country for the Master’s programmes in Economics & Management, Communication, Culture & Philosophy or Theology;
  • Brazil, China, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Korea, Mexico or Russia for the Master’s programmes in the fields of Law or Social Sciences.

Students must be admitted to the programme of choice to apply for the Holland Scholarship. The scholarship application deadline for most programmes is 1st April, 2016 (1st February for the programmes in Economics & Management).

NFP and OTS Scholarships

Within the frames of the Netherlands Fellowship Programme (NFP), funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tilburg University offers bursaries for PhD and Master’s students from 51 countries.

The Orange Tulip Scholarship (OTS) programme, administered by EP-Nuffic, provides students from Brazil, China, Indonesia, Korea, Mexico, and Russia with a limited number of scholarships for certain degree programmes at Tilburg University and many other Dutch educational institutions.

To find more details about scholarships available and how to apply, please visit the “Scholarships and Tuition Fees” page on Tilburg University’s website.

Learn more about scholarships at Tilburg University.

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