Payment in instalments
Payment-in-instalment scheme for tuition fees in 2021-2022:
Always send an email to the staff of the Social Services Department if you want to ask if you can pay in instalments.
Please remember that the proposed payment plan will not apply until the Social Services Department sends you a confirmation.
You should ask to pay in instalments as soon as you receive your tuition fee invoice.
If you do not stick to with the proposed payment plan, you will have to pay the entire outstanding amount immediately even if you are not sent a reminder first.
What do you put in your email when you ask to pay in instalments?
A proposal of which payment you want to make when (date + amount) according to the rules below.
You will receive your invoice for your tuition fee in 2 parts. First, you will receive an invoice for € 247.90 for the fixed part of the tuition fee. As soon as your ISP (Individual Study Programme) is approved (October-November), you will receive a second invoice. The amount on that invoice depends on the number of credits for which you are enrolled in that academic year. For a 60-credit enrolment, the amount is € 714.
You can pay the amount on both the first and the second invoice in instalments as follows:
- the first invoice for € 247.90: you must first pay € 150 before you are allowed to continue paying in instalments, then you can pay the remaining amount of € 97.90 (in October);
- the second invoice: you can submit a proposal to pay in instalments.
Attention! The full tuition fee must be paid before 31 March 2022!
If you still want to ask whether you can pay in instalments after 1 December 2021, you must pay one third of the tuition fee immediately and then you have until 31 March 2022 to pay the remainder in instalments.
If you want to apply to pay in instalments after 1 February 2022, you must pay two thirds of the total tuition fee immediately and then you have until 31 March 2022 to pay the remainder in instalments.
You will find the contact details of the Social Services Department on your campus below.