Insurance

Health and liability insurance cover are compulsory in the Netherlands. EU/EFTA students who have private health and liability insurance in their own country need to check whether this provides the necessary international cover. If it does not, you will have to arrange a private health and liability insurance that is valid before travelling to the Netherlands. Non EU/EFTA students need to take out a Dutch insurance. More information is available on Delftulip after admission.

More expensive insurance if you take a job

You should also note that you are no longer entitled to a student health insurance  if you are working alongside your studies or doing a paid internship. If you begin to work, you will need to get cover under an employees’ health insurance programme (premium approximately € 85,- per month).

More information

Once you have been admitted to your MSc or BSc programme, we will provide you with more information about taking out insurance. Health and liability insurance cover are compulsory in the Netherlands. EU/EFTA students who have private health and liability insurance in their own country need to check whether this provides the necessary international cover. If it does not, you will have to arrange a private health and liability insurance that is valid before travelling to the Netherlands. Non EU/EFTA students need to take out a Dutch insurance. More information is available on Delftulip.

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