Tourism Management practical matters

Check out the practical matters you need to consider when enrolling for Tourism Management, from admission requirements to tuition fees. We’ve put together an overview of the information for you so you know what’s in store.


THE-ICE accreditation

The Tourism and Hospitality Management programme at NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences successfully completed the accreditation process for the International Accreditation Standards of Excellence. NHL Stenden is a full member of the International Centre of Excellence in Tourism and Hospitality Education (THE-ICE) and is the first institution in the Netherlands and the second in Europe to receive this accreditation. This confirms that NHL Stenden is committed to excellent education in tourism and hospitality, as well as to internationalisation.

Living expenses 

As a student, tuition fees are just part of your expenses. You’ll also have to deal with the costs of, for instance, your accommodation, utilities, insurance, day-to-day transport and groceries. Find out what you can expect in terms of expenses here.


Housing guarantee

NHL Stenden offers first-year international students a housing guarantee through its accommodation partners.

Tuition fees

As a student, you pay tuition fees every year. How much tuition you pay depends on a number of factors, such as your nationality and your higher education diplomas. Read more about the tuition fees and the amount here.

‎‎‏‏‎ ‎ 2023-2024
EU students / Statutory tuition fees (per year) €2,314
NON-EU students / Institutional tuition fees (per year) €8,895
‎‎‏‏‎ ‎ 2024-2025
EU students / Statutory tuition fees (per year) €2,530
NON-EU students / Institutional tuition fees (per year) €9,730
Books and handouts (1st year) €500
Fieldtrips (1st year) €550
Fieldtrips (2nd year) €750

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