Tuition fees of the programme are calculated per academic year and divided into two categories:
Category 1: Category 1 students are from any other country.
Category 2: Category 2 students are from the 27 EU Member States, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Norway.
Tuition fees and participation costs of the programme are as follows:
|Category 1||Category 2|
|€ 20.560.- per year (2023-2024)||To be announced for 2023-2024. € 2,209.- per year (2022-2023)|
More info can be found here.
Erasmus+ study grant:
Students of the track Offshore Engineering, Rotor Design and Electrical Power Systems can apply at TU Delft for an Erasmus+ Study grant for the first and third semester. This grant is seen as a financial contribution to the travel and subsistence costs. Students should be aware that this grant does not cover all possible costs. Click here for more information.
All concerned students will be informed about the application procedure and its conditions in due course through the EWEM-coordinator. This will be after you have been accepted into the programme and before the beginning of the 1st and the 3rd semester. However, it is the student’s responsibility to ensure that all documents are handed in before the deadline (6 weeks before the study starts).
Students of the track Wind Farms and Atmospheric Physics students should contact EWEM to check with the University of Oldenburg if they can apply for a Erasmus+ grant.
Erasmus+ loan offer:
Up to €18,000 for a two-year Master’s that can cover both living and tuition costs in any of the 33 Erasmus+ programme countries.
Higher education students who have been accepted for a full Master’s study programme in a country other than where they obtained the qualification granting access to that Master and other than where they reside can apply for a loan to contribute to their costs.
Conditions to be eligible to apply for a student loan backed by the Erasmus+ Master Loan Scheme:
- resident of the EU member states;
- completed first cycle higher education studies (Bachelor’s or equivalent) and accepted for a 2nd cycle programme (Master’s or equivalent) at a Higher Education Institution which holds the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education;
- your country of residence is different from the country where you intend to take your Master’s degree;
- the country where you intend to study is also different from the country where you obtained your Bachelor’s degree;
- the Master’s (or equivalent) is a full programme that will lead to a degree.
For detailed information please check the Erasmus+ Study website.
We understand that you are looking for financial support during your study. Scholarships for specific home countries and situations are offered by external organisations. However, EWEM does not have any role in the application process and procedure.
Some external scholarships are mentioned on the following websites: