|2022-2023||EU students||Non- EU/ EEA students||EEA students|
|First instalment charged in August (1st semester in Venlo)||€4.150||€5,500||€4.150|
|Second instalment charged in January (2nd semester and Summer period in Plymouth)||£6,204||£10,362||£10,362|
Fontys recommends non-EU/EEA students to contact the embassy of your country of origin to enquire about the availability of student grants.
Dutch students can apply for a VSB scholarship vsbfonds.nl/beurzen (deadline for application is end of January each year).
Dutch students can apply for a student grant or a credit loan from DUO, duo.nl.
Students from a NESO country (Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Korea, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, Thailand, and Vietnam) can apply for an Orange Tulip Scholarship, which grants them a small/partial waiver of tuition fee for Term 1. More info, check Orange Tulip Scholarship
The first is charged in June (for non EU/EEA students) or August (for EU/EEA students) > for 1st trimester in Venlo.
The second is charged in January > for 2nd trimester and summer period in Plymouth..
The average living expenses per month for a foreign student living and studying in Venlo are between €700 - €900 per month and for Plymouth between £ 900 - £ 1.100 per month. These living expenses cover rent, insurance, food, public transportation, books, clothing and other general costs.
Costs within the first months upon arrival will be higher than all other months due to a housing deposit, intro week and books. Study books are usually bought at the start of the semester and therefore it is wise to reserve and have direct access to an amount at the start of the semester which can cover the price of all study books and the living expenses for the first two months.
Fontys offers assistance in securing suitable student accommodation in Venlo. You can apply for accommodation when applying for the master programme. Finding accommodation in Venlo for only 4 months is not always easy. Therefore, it is important to meet the prescribed deadline for accommodation, which will be given after admission. You can find more information on the application procedure for a housing request through Fontys Venlo on our website.
Please note that available student housing is limited in the Netherlands due to the housing crisis, so make sure to start your search in time. Check out our website for tips.
In Plymouth, students look for accommodation on their own. Most students find accommodation by searching online or by asking MSc alumni. In general, it is not difficult to find good accommodation in Plymouth within two weeks.