Frequently Asked Questions - September 2022 start (FAQs)

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The deadline to apply is 1 November 2022.

You hand in a request to arrange housing through Saxion (limited availability). You need to inform your Saxion programme coordinator* before 1 November about your request for housing.

The standard period for exchange students is one semester (5.5/6 months) and the rental fee for this period is € 2742.-. Additionally, a deposit of € 500,- is required. This deposit will be refunded if you leave the accommodation tidy, clean and without any damages. It is not possible to cut the arrangement short.

The payment deadline for exchange students is set on or 1 December. For details on our housing you may check the information here.

* If you do not know whom your contact person is you may contact internationaloffice@saxion.nl for assistance.

Dutch law requires every citizen to be insured for health care. Read the finer details here.

Please, take a closer look here.

See an overview of the application and payment deadlines here.

We are proud to offer scholarships to talented international students that apply for a bachelor’s or master’s programme at Saxion. Read the finer details here.

If you wish to come to the Netherlands to study at Saxion University of Applied Sciences, then you might need a visa and/or a residence permit. Read the finer details here.

What can Saxion offer for (potential) students with special needs?
About ten percent of Saxion students have special needs during their studies. This is due to conditions such as, dyslexia, dyscalculia, AD(H)D, autism, a visual, hearing or speech impediment or a chronic or psychological illness. These impediments do not need to be an obstacle while studying at Saxion. To help we provide general support and, whenever possible, tailor-made support. Read the finer details here.

If you have applied for an English programme, you will have to fulfill the English language requirements. Read the finer details here.

The direct debit authorisation and/or authorisation for payment in instalments is only available for re-enrolling non-EU/EEA students with a Dutch bank account, and both starting and re-enrolling EU/EEA students. Read the finer details here.

We can't wait to welcome you at Saxion University of Applied Sciences! You can apply through Studielink or through our own application form, depending on the programme you have selected. Start your application here.

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