Payment of the tuition fee is one of the enrolment conditions.
What is the tuition fee, how can you pay the tuition fee and are there any special conditions you have to think of?
You will find all the information you need on this page.
For information about study expenses, payment, study grants, etc. for EU and Non-EU students go to Finances & Insurance.
Besides the statutory tuition fee, Wageningen University has a number of institutional tuition fees. Which tuition fee applies to you, depends on certain requirements (nationality, degree obtained, address).
The rates and conditions mentioned on this website may be subject to change depending on Dutch legislation and Wageningen University policies.
An important part of organising your university studies involves paying tuition fees and arranging your medical insurance. Below you will find information on financial matters including for example: tuition fees, how to pay the tuition fees, eligibility for Dutch study financing, advice on health insurance with links to further sources of information.
The type of tuition fee you pay depends on whether you fulfill the nationality, degree and address requirement.
You can arrange the payment of your tuition fee either via Studielink or via a registration form. You can pay in different ways.
If you have submitted a request for enrolment or re-enrolment, a new task will appear on your 'My to do list' in Studielink.
The task: 'Enter your payment details' will appear as of May 1st.
For students who fulfil the nationality requirement and enrol as of September 1, 2013, the tuition fee will be determined twice.
A temporary tuition fee will be determined at registration, the definitive tuition fee will be determined in October.
If you want to enrol for a second bachelor or second master study programme at Wageningen University, this may have consequences for the tuition fee to be paid.