Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

Tuition fees

Sport Studies - track ISMB

The tuition fees for Sport Studies - track ISMB are aligned with the standard cost of all Bachelor’s degree programmes offered by the AUAS. Besides tuition, you will be expected to cover a number of additional costs associated with your study.

Tuition fees

In the Netherlands there are two types of tuition fees, statutory tuition fees and institutional tuition fees. For general information about tuition fees see the tuition fees page. Please note that there are two levels of statutory tuition fees: one for EU/EEA nationals and another for students coming from outside Europe.

The tuition fees only cover classes and tuition. Before you apply for Sport Studies - track ISMB, it’s important to be aware of the additional costs related to your study.

Below is an overview of expenses you will encounter during this programme. Some are fixed, while others will vary from person to person. The costs for the 3 internships are for travelling and accommodation. The amount depends on the location and the company, sometimes students get free accommodation, free public transport or a small salary.

Minor abroad

Sport Studies – track ISMB offers internal minors, but you can also choose to do your minor abroad. Minors abroad are free of extra charges for your tuition fees, as long as you choose to study with one of our partner universities all over the world.



Study year

Books €100 - €200 1-4
Sports clothes/equipment (second-hand) € 50 - €100 1-4

Sport Medical Examination
(some health insurance companies reimburse this)

€120 1
Introduction Week €105 1
Field trip 1: Ardennes, Belgium €260 1
Field trip 2: London, UK €500 1
Internship 1 (10 weeks) Depending on location 2
Entrepreneurship kick-off: Texel, The Netherlands €135 3
International Minor (optional) Depending on location 3 or 4
Internship 2 (18 weeks) Depending on location 3 or 4
Internship 3 (20 weeks) Depending on location Year 4


If you’re moving to Amsterdam for your studies, please ensure that you have realistic expectations about housing options and costs. As one of the most popular university towns in the Netherlands, the demand for reasonably priced accommodation is very high.

Most students choose to live in dedicated student housing or share a flat with other students. Estimated costs for this type of accommodation can range from €250 to €700 a month, depending on the location and a variety of other factors. Learn more about searching for accommodation on the housing page.


There are a range of scholarship and grants options available to both Dutch and international students seeking financial assistance. Visit the scholarships and grants page to learn more or start searching for scholarships at

Published by  Faculty Sports and Nutrition 6 July 2020