Tuition, scholarships and grants
A student coming from an EEA country pays
a tuition fee of 1,550 euros per year.
Students from outside the EEA pay a tuition fee of 8,500 euros per
year, see this
of living and housing in Eindhoven are approximately 710 euros per
There are various kinds of scholarships available.
- Students who apply to a TU/e Master's program before 1 Feburuary
2009 will automatically enter the selection procedure for scholarships
administered by the TU/e (including the Royal Dutch/Shell Centenary
Scholarship, TU/e scholarships and scholarships sponsored by Dutch and
international companies). For information on these and other
scholarships go to scholarships
under the grants and scholarships section.
- Parallel, and more or less coinciding with the CS- programme,
the master programme in Industrial Mathematics. Here three Universities
of Technology, viz in Eindhoven, Kaiserslautern (Germany) and Linz
(Austria) cooperate within the framework of ESIM, the European School
of Industrial Mathematics, see ESIM.
A particular aspect is that students will stay one year at one centre
and the second year at either one of the others. Prospective students
should fill out an application form, see admission
- Through LIME, the consultancy firm related to the department,
number of scholarships are available. Prospective students agree to
work as a consultant at LIME for at least a year
after their study. Students will be involved in implementation of
industrial projects and are supposed to have sufficient programming
skills. No special application is necessary. Decisions about these
grants will be made as the case will be.