Our fee-structure consists of five parts. These five parts together make up our total package fee, which is an amount covering all study costs.
The fee-structure consists of:
- Tuition Fee: the costs of the course; you can find the tuition fee for each programme on the programme details pages;
- Saxion Housing: In case you opt for housing the housing fee, including a Housing Deposit fee is part of your package fee;
- Visa & Residence Permit: Saxion takes care of the procedures necessary for you to come to the Netherlands;
- Insurance: Saxion arranges for first-year non-EU students Aon International Student Insurance;
- Proof of Financial Means: Proof that you have sufficient financial means to pay for the relevant costs and support yourself during your entire study period in the Netherlands, as set by the Immigration & Naturalisation Service (IND).
Tuition fee amount
The amount of your tuition fee depends on your course or study programme choice and your nationality. More information about the exact tuition fee amount for the upcoming academic year can be found on the study programme detail page here.
You can find a complete overview of our fee-structure here, for both non-EU/EEA and EU/EEA students.
Regulation tuition fees
Please check the current Regulation tuition fees 2022-2023 (PDF-file) for official information and procedures concerning payment and reimbursement of tuition fees. Or check the Regulation tuition fees for 2023-2024 (PDF-file).
How to pay your tuition fees
For both non-EU/EEA and EU/EEA students, multiple payment methods are available. We’ve made an overview of these possibilities here.
All students whose housing is arranged by Saxion are required to pay a housing deposit of € 500,-. This deposit will cover damages to the property or cleaning costs, if necessary. It may also be used to cover excessive heating and electricity bills.
If applicable, the deposit will be (partially) reimbursed at the end of the academic year, after a thorough inspection of the room/accommodation. All students living in one house or flat will be jointly responsible for the energy consumption.