Liberal Arts and Sciences: Global Challenges (BA/BSc)
Fees and Finances
When you decide to study at LUC The Hague you need to consider certain fees and costs.
The costs of studying at Leiden University College consist of several components. Please review them below:
The tuition fees of LUC The Hague have two elements:
- Tuition fee
All students are required by Dutch law to pay the tuition fee. The amount depends on your nationality. Please see the table below.
- Institutional fee
All LUC students have to pay an additional institutional fee, which covers the additional costs of small class sizes, academic advisors, study advisors, student psychologists, student's Fortuna membership, college-wide events and additional facilities and services.
|Type of Cost||EU/EEA student||Non-EU student|
All first and second year LUC students live together on our campus in The Hague.
- Single studio apartment for one student includes a kitchen counter, bathroom and living/sleeping area. The studio is fully furnished.
The rent per month for this type of room is €575,26* including service costs. All students who are 18 years and older are eligible for rent subsidy from the Dutch government. The rent subsidy is approximately €185 per month and can be used to cover part of the rent.
* The rent is subject to change on a yearly basis
Living expenses can only be estimated as this largely depends on your individual life style. These expenses include but are not limited to health insurance costs, food, transportation and leisure activities.
|Type of cost||Average amount in €/ month|
|Food, clothes, phone costs||€300-€400|
Some students may be able to request financial support from the government for health insurance costs, as well as a travel component.