In the academic year 2023-2024, students who
- have the Dutch nationality or the nationality of another country that is part of the EEA, or the Surinamese or Swiss nationality and
- have not already obtained a master's degree from a government-funded programme in the Netherlands at the start of the academic year.
pay a tuition fee of €2,314.
If this does not apply to you, you pay the institutional tuition fee. In the academic year 2023-2024 the institutional fee is €13,000.
NON-EU students, please take into account the costs of a visa and/or a residence permit. You will also have to transfer proof of sufficient means of support.
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In addition to the tuition fee, you will need to take into account costs for participation in the introduction week and the purchase of study materials such as textbooks, readers and software. You will also need a laptop (Windows required, with a webcam). There may also be additional costs for excursions, industry visits and field trips.
Costs (estimated) for the Master Tourism Destination Management:
- Introduction week: €100
- Books: €150
- Study trip: €2000 (approx., excluding accommodation costs)
The tuition fee does not cover the costs of accommodation, transportation and other living expenses during all phases (including phase 2). These expenses heavily depend on the destination and your own preferences.