Studying abroad can be more expensive than staying in the Netherlands, but it may also be cheaper! The costs depend on your destination and on your own spending pattern. Grants and scholarships are available to help you finance your study abroad.
To figure out whether you will need help financing your study abroad, it is important to make a budget plan. How much will your adventure cost and what is your income? Do you have the funds to afford it? Fill out the budget plan and find out!
To fill out your budget plan, consider the following costs:
Having budgeted everything out, have you come to the conclusion that you are unable to pay for your study abroad yourself? No worries, there are several grants and scholarships available to help you out.
Students participating in an Erasmus+ exchange can apply for an Erasmus+ grant, which can be used to help cover additional living and travel costs during your stay abroad. For a semester exchange.
Students of the University of Amsterdam can apply for a grant for making an individual study trip abroad. Individual travel grants are not intended to cover all your costs; rather, they are a supplementary contribution. For a semester exchange Summer School. Minimum period of study abroad for Bachelors: a month. Minimum period of study abroad for Masters: also for less than a month.
For eligible students, the studiefinanciering continues during their time abroad. You may also be eligible to apply for a public transport reimbursement. Visit the duo website for information about the conditions.