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Financial aid

Modified on Fri, 20 Oct 2023 at 09:10 AM

If you think that you are going to need help paying for your studies, there are different options for financial aid. 


Scholarship and grants are financial aid that does not need to be repaid. Grants are usually awarded based on the student’s financial needs; scholarships are usually awarded to students who excel in a particular field. Please be aware that most grants and scholarships only cover 1 year of studies or a 1-time waiver of (a part of) your tuition fee. You can find more information about the available scholarships, the requirements and how to apply here


If you don’t qualify for any scholarships or grants, you can decide to apply for a loan. But be aware that loans always need to be paid back with interest. You can find more information about requesting a loan here

Extra financial support 

Extra financial support may be available if you are facing delays in your study due to exceptional (family) circumstances, top sports, volunteer work, a board year for a student organisation or a board year for a committee or council. You can contact the student councils about this type of financial aid here or via 

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