Annual tuition fees
Dutch + EU/EFTA + Surinamese
- Dutch nationality
- EU/EFTA country nationality
- Surinamese nationality*
2022/2023 2023/2024 Statutory fee € 2.209 To be announced Statutory fee first year students in higher education (bachelor) ** € 1.105 To be announced Exchange students Tuition fee is paid at home institution. Tuition fee is paid at home institution. Students in a degree programme similar in level to the degree already obtained € 2.209 To be announced Bridging programme € 36,81 per EC To be announced External students from €6.300 from €6.605
* plus additional costs, see the overview costs page
** more information regarding the tuition fee for first year students can be found on government.nl
*** more information regarding the reduction of the tuition fee can be found on government.nl
- Non-EU/EFTA nationality (incl UK nationality arriving after 1 January 2021)
2022/2023 2023/2024 Institutional fee
Non-EU/EFTA students (incl UK)
BSc € 15.200
MSc € 19.600
BSc € 15.950
MSc € 20.560
For non-EU/EFTA students who enrolled in or between the academic years 2016-2017 and 2018-2019 for the first time and have been continuously enrolled. The transitional rate will cease to apply if the student switches to a different degree programme.
BSc: N.A end date is 31/8/2022
expired Statutory fee
Non-Eu/EFTA students who have been granted Dutch “Studiefinanciering” and refugees who have been granted a UAF grant.
€ 2.209 To be announced Exchange students Tuition fee is paid at home institution. Tuition fee is paid at home institution. Bridging programmes € 36,81 per EC To be announced External students from €6.300 from €6.605
You can find the Enrolment and Tuition fee Regulations here.
Start in the first semester:
- 1 July (23:59 CEST): for first year students who have a non-Dutch prior education or students who require assistance with visa/residence permit application:
Please follow the instructions in your financial letter
- 31 August (23:59 CEST): for all other students
Start in the second semester:
- 1 December (23:59 CET): for first year students who have a non-Dutch prior education or students who require assistance with visa/residence permit application:
Please follow the instructions in your financial letter
31 January (23:59 CET): for all other students
Select one of the following payment methods :
For example you follow a Bridging Programme, you pay by your self, you have a non-Dutch diploma and pay for services
You (or someone else) can transfer the full amount. TU Delft must have received the amount by 31 August at the latest. This is July 1 for students who use TU Delft services. Please note: When paying from a foreign non-Dutch account number, there can be bank costs involved. You can check the costs with your bank. Make sure that you cover all bank costs in the total amount.
Please use the payment details below. Always mention your 7-digit TU Delft student number and your surname
Bank Account holder/beneficiary ABN AMRO Bank
Gustav Mahlerlaan 10
1082 PP Amsterdam
BIC code (former SWIFT code): ABNANL2A
IBAN code: NL87ABNA0539856568
Account number: NL87ABNA0539856568
TU Delft SSC FandC
Admissions Office TU
Ms. S. van den Hoeven
2600 GA DELFT
The bank will charge handling costs for these transactions. Inform at your bank about these costs. Make sure the total amount also covers these bank costs.
Note: If we receive payments from students via bank transfer that is based on the Statutory EU rate, the student will be approached by us with the request to complete a declaration of “Approval of payment” and return it to us.
We need this statement to process the payment and registration at TU Delft.
Digital (direct debit) authorisation is only possible when you have an IBAN checking account (not a savings account) in a SEPA-country and do not require any extra services from TU Delft.
Extra services include:
- assistance with your visa/residence permit and/or
- use of TU Delft’s housing service (only applicable to new international students who do not already live in the Netherlands).
Fill in your payment details in Studielink.
When the location of your bank is in the Netherlands and your bank supports the digital (direct debit) authorisation, you will be redirected to the payment environment of your bank. If you are not redirected you will need to enter your bank account number in Studielink.
When somebody else pays for you, please indicate this in Studielink.
Making changes to your payment details
If you want to change your account number, please do this before the 15th of the month so we can process this before the next collection date
Payment in instalments: academic year 2021/2022 (12 instalments) and academic year 2022/2023 (9 instalments)
Via the digital (direct debit) authorisation, you can pay your tuition fees in 12 monthly instalments for the 2021-2022 academic year (see the collection dates below). In the 2022-2023 academic year you can pay your tuition fees in 9 monthly instalments (from September to May). At the first collection a one-off administration fee of € 24,- will be charged, this fee is non-refundable after the first collection.
If you choose to pay in one lump sum, the fee will be deducted on the first instalment date.
Academic year 2021/2022
Academic year 2022/2023
24 September 2021
23 September 2022
22 October 2021
24 October 2022
24 November 2021
24 November 2022
22 December 2021
22 December 2022
22 January 2022
24 January 2023
24 February 2022
24 February 2023
24 March 2022
24 March 2023
22 April 2022
22 April 2023
24 May 2022
24 May 2023
24 June 2022
22 July 2022
24 August 2022
Problems with you payment
When a deduction fails, , TU Delft will notify you. For more information, see Enrolment and Tuition Fee Regulations.
Refer to the TU Delfts Liability and Conditions before you confirm the digital authorization in Studielink.
When you have a second enrolment elsewhere or when you are an exchange student or you receive a TU Delft-approved scholarship.
In a number of situations you are exempt from paying tuition fees:
1. Second enrolment or minor student
When you have an enrolment at one of the 4TU degree programs at TU Eindhoven, University Twente, Wageningen University & Research or TU Delft, a registration at the other universities will be made automatically.
For the following study programs at TU Delft, there are different procedures for registration and payment of tuition fee:
· BSc Nanobiology: register in Studielink and pay tuition fee at TU Delft
· BSc Clinical Technology: register in Studielink and pay tuition fee at TU Delft
· BSc Life Science and Technology: register in Studielink and pay tuition fee at TU Delft
· BSc Molecular Sciences & Technology: register in Studielink and pay tuition fee at Leiden University
· MSc Industrial Ecology: register in Studielink and pay tuition fee at Leiden University
For the abovementioned programs an automatically exchange of payment will take place. You do not have to hand in a proof of payment of tuition fee.
For the study Cyber Security you are to follow <link en/student/administration/enrolment/enrolling-as-a-minor-student-guest-student/>these steps</link>.
2. Certificate payment tuition fees
Are you enroled, and do you pay tuition fees at another institution of higher education (hbo or university) but also wish to be enrolled at the TU Delft? It is possible to request a BBC (Bewijs Betaald Collegeld/ Proof of paid tuition fee) by arranging your payment details for TU Delft through Studielink.
Please note: When the amount of tuition fees mentioned on the BBC is lower than the TU Delft tuition fees, you must pay the difference to TU Delft.
3. Exchange students
Students from a foreign university who enrol at TU Delft as part of an international exchange programme are enrolled for a maximum of 12 months. These students are exempted from payment of tuition fee at TU Delft. Do you wish to stay longer than 12 months in order to complete the Master’s degree programme? Then you are subject to the standard regulations regarding tuition fee, per the start of the 13th month of enrolment. Fees required from exchange students for visa and/or housing should be received by bank transfer before the deadline.
If you are granted a TU Delft-approved full scholarship which exempts you for paying the tuition fee yourself, you can ignore your payment details in Studielink.
Students who follow a bridging programme do not pay tuition fees but a fee per credit to be obtained (EC).
Submit the completed and signed Reporting & Authorization form digitally. Based on this form, the amount to be paid is determined and collected (once) from the account number you entered. You can find this form and further rules here.
|2022/2023||BSc & MSc EU/EFTA||BSc non-EU (incl UK)||MSc non-EU (incl UK)||Surinamese Nationals||Exchange EU/EFTA||Exchange non-EU Fall semester***||Exchange non-EU Spring semester***|
|Residence Permit/Visa fee||n/a||€215**||€215**||€215**||n/a||€215**||€215**|
|TU Delft Housing fee||€285||€285**||€285 **||€285 **||€285||€285 **||€285 **|
* The Living Costs per year is based on rules of the Dutch Immigration Service (IND). TU Delft will refund the Living Costs, after deducting the Residence Permit/VISA fee and/or Housing fee, into your SEPA bank account approximately three weeks after starting your study programme in Delft. Make sure to bring sufficient funds to bridge the first few weeks after arrival in the Netherlands.
** will be deducted from Living Costs amount
***This applies for all Incoming Exchange students who do not hold the EU nationality
Besides incidental and set-up costs, the costs of living and study, including food, accommodation, transport, books, and obligatory health insurance is estimated to be between 850 and 1,100 Euro per month.
More information at the Study in Holland website.
If you want to withdraw your application before the start of the academic year, inform the Education and Affairs as soon as possible. They will inform you about the refund process if you have made any payments.
If you want to quit your studies after the start of the academic year click here for more information about unenrolment.