Our Master of Applied Museum and Heritage Studies has been accepted for government funding. This means that students from the European Economic Area (EU, Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein) who don’t have a master’s degree already can enrol in the programme for a government set tuition fee, which for 2020-21 will be €2143 per annum. The tuition for non-EEA students, and EEA students holding a master’s degree, is €8465 per annum.

Tuition can be paid in 10 instalments. The annual tuition fee for full-time or part-time study is the same.

International students from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) can apply for the Holland Scholarschip and/or the Talent Grant. Nationals of Switzerland and Suriname are excluded from these scholarship programmes. The deadline for the Holland Scholarship is 1 May. The deadline for the Talent Grant is 1 June.

For the academic year 2021/22, students from selected countries may be eligible for an OKP scholarship.

In addition to the tuition fee, please be aware of the following study related expenses, which are equally part of your investment in the master Applied Museum and Heritage Studies.

Additional expenses

Museumkaart or ICOM card €64,90
Travel expenses for field trips (consider a public transport discount card) €250
Travel expenses for your embedded research, costs depend on residence and hosting organisation.  
Travel, food and accommodation for the international study trip €300
Printing, photocopying and binding of articles, assignments, poster and reports €150
Introduction day BBQ €20
Membership to the KB Royal Library €15
Books (optional) €200-400