For most modules students are required to purchase relevant textbooks. Where possible, the costs of these have been indicated in the module descriptions. For modules which include excursions, students are charged costs for transport. Students need approximately € 500 for curriculum materials per year.
All residents of the Netherlands are obliged to take out health insurance. The costs are approximately € 40 per month for ICS complete (student insurance).
Please read more about Insurance and healthcare.
Rent and cost of living
Rent for a room can vary from € 300-450 per month, including gas, water and electricity. A deposit for accommodation is usually required. The deposit will usually equal one month's rent.
Estimated living costs (for a 12-month period)
Overview of estimated costs for studying in the Netherlands, which may vary depending on your lifestyle:
|room rent||€ 4,800|
|food / living expenses||€ 3,600|
|curriculum materials||€ 500|
|total amount||€ 9,450|
Please note: living costs while studying at Van Hall Larenstein University are just estimates. If part of the studies is carried out in another country, costs for rent and food may be higher. Van Hall Larenstein cannot be held responsible for any changes in prices.
This overview does not include:
- Tuition fee
- Costs for the optional introduction week, which is approximately 65 euros.