Delft-based MSc Programme
The UNESCO-IHE Delft-based 18-month MSc Programme fees consist of a €19,000 tuition fee (1) and an additional fee of €3,977 to be paid prior to registration. The tuition fee includes the use of a laptop for each MSc student with 24-hour internet access in all rooms in UNESCO-IHE hostels in Delft. The additional fee includes the costs of the field trip, handling fee, insurance, the introductory programme, study material, costs of residence permit etc.
Participants are expected to cover their own living expenses, totalling about €18,000 over the 18 months of the programme (about €1000 per month). This amount includes the costs of accommodation and other personal expenses. Participants who are accompanied by their families should have additional financial resources.
The costs of the Joint Programmes, Joint Double Degree Programmes and Joint Erasmus Mundus Programmes differ from the costs of the Delft-based MSc Programme. If you wish to receive more information about the fees and living costs of a specific Joint Programme, please send an e-mail to the fellowship officer, Ms. Ineke Melis: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The programme fees are €47,650 tuition fee (2) and €10,000 study related costs for the 4-year programme. The fees for a Sandwich programme are the same. The tuition fee includes the use of a laptop for every PhD student with 24-hour internet access in all rooms in the UNESCO-IHE hostels in Delft. The study related costs include the costs of external and Sense courses; the printing of the thesis and the costs of the Public Defence. Other additional costs are the compulsory health insurance of €1920, the residence permit of €307, and handling fee of €1820.
Participants are expected to cover their own living expenses, totalling €57,120 for 4 years (€1190 per month). This amount includes the costs of accommodation and other personal expenses. While based in their home country as part of a sandwich arrangement, the allowance is €595 maximum per month. Participants who are accompanied by their families should have additional financial resources. On top of these amounts other items have to be considered: tickets; research costs and equipment; travel costs of the supervisor to the field; book allowances; costs for travel and conferences.
For more information visit UNESCO-IHE short courses, the fee of a course is mentioned on the webpage of the specific short course .
Cost of living information: One night hotel accommodation, estimation: €90 per night. In case UNESCO-IHE student accommodation is available: €55 per night. DSA (Daily Subsistence Allowance), estimation: €30 per day.
For more information visit UNESCO-IHE online courses, the fee of a course is mentioned on the webpage of the specific online course .
1.) Academic period 2016/2018 and 2017/2019
2.) As per 1 August 2015