Tuition fee multiple studies
Combination of enrollment
To some students, a combination of enrollment applies and as such their tuition fee may differ from statutory fee or institutional fee depending on their specific combination of enrollment. Most common combinations can be found below.
• A student enrolled at another educational institution and obliged to pay the statutory tuition fee there does not have to pay the statutory tuition fee again, if enrolling as a student subject to the statutory tuition fee at Erasmus University Rotterdam. In this case you require a Proof of tuition fee payment. Read more about this on the following page of the EUR.
• A student enrolled at another educational institution and obliged to pay the statutory tuition fee there and intending to enroll in one or more courses at Erasmus University Rotterdam may be exempted from paying the tuition fee. In this case you require a Proof of tuition fee payment. Read more about this on the following page of the EUR.
• A student enrolled in an Erasmus University Rotterdam programme who, in the same academic year, wishes to enroll in a second programme or multiple Erasmus University Rotterdam programmes in the same academic year in addition to or instead of the first programme, must pay the tuition fee of the most expensive of the multiple programmes.
For more combinations and further details on tuition fee please consult the Student charter and the following page of the EUR.
Master Medicine and Research Master
Students who follow both the Master in Medicine and a Research Master are eligible for the statutory tuition fee for the duration of both full programmes. However, this is under the condition that after obtaining a degree in respect of his or her first programme, the student re-enrolls for the second programme, provided the student started the second programme during the first programme.
For further details and information please consult the Student charter.