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Admission and Finances

Interested in studying Electrical and Electronic Engineering at HAN? Want to know if you meet the admission requirements? Find out here. Also learn about the tuition fees, scholarships and the application process.

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Admission requirements

To be accepted into Electrical and Electronic Engineering at HAN, you need to meet 2 main admission requirements: your prior education and English fluency. It’s also important that Electrical and Electronic Engineering is the right choice for you. That’s why we ask you to take part in Matching.

Apply in 7 steps

Are you ready to enroll in Electrical and Electronic Engineering? Here we guide you through the 7 steps of the application process.

Tuition Fees

Your tuition fee depends on your nationality. And whether you’ve studied in the Netherlands before. Nationalities within the European Union (EU) and European Economic Area (EEA) generally pay a lower tuition fee. The table below shows this as EU/EEA. This includes all EU countries plus Norway, Lichtenstein, Iceland and Switzerland. Students from Suriname also pay this lower fee.

Note: tuition fees have been lowered for 2021-2022 because of decisions made by the government and HAN regarding the coronacrisis.

Tuition fees for Electrical and Electronic Engineering 2020-21 2021-22
EU/EEA + Suriname: 1st-time student
1st time at university or university of applied sciences in the Netherlands. Fee applies for 1 year only.
€1,071      € 542
EU/EEA + Suriname: continuing student
Previously enrolled at university or university of applied sciences in the Netherlands. No bachelor degree yet.
€2,143      €1084     
Student with degree from Dutch institution
Already earned bachelor degree from Dutch university or university of applied sciences.
€8,668      €7,714     
Non-EU/EEA
Nationality outside the EU/EEA
€8,668      €7,714    

Financial guarantee (non-EU/EEA)

The cost of living in the Netherlands may be very different from in your home country. That’s why you're required to pay a financial guarantee. This amount covers your tuition fee and your cost of living. Paying this ensures you have sufficient funds to live and study in the Netherlands. The financial guarantee is a requirement of the visa process.

Awarding excellence HAN Scholarships

Interested in studying Electrical and Electronic Engineering? Are you an outstanding student? Perhaps you're eligible for a HAN scholarship. These scholarships are offered in collaboration with the Dutch Ministry of Education and Science. 

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Cost of living

What Approx. cost per month
Renting a furnished room + utilities €350-€400
Food from the grocery store €180
Insurance costs €100
Books and study materials €340 (per year)
Public transport €50-€100
Telephone costs €30

 

Other expenses depend on your spending patterns. To give you an idea of these costs:

What Approx. price
Laptop €400-€600
Movie ticket € 10
Meal in a simple café € 15
Coffee/tea or soft drink on a terrace € 2.50 - € 3.00

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Get in touch with our students and staff at an upcoming education fair. Or get in touch by signing up for our newsletter. We'll keep you posted on things like application deadlines and housing availability. And lots of other useful info.

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Next pagePractical information

Do you know if you need a visa? How do you arrange student accommodation? And what about insurances and public transport? Get all the practical info on the next page. 

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