All fees at Tyndale Theological Seminary are paid in Euros (€). Exchange rates may vary during the year, and applicants are encouraged to consider possible fluctuations when estimating their total education costs. Modest increases should also be expected in Tyndale Seminary housing and education fees from year to year in keeping with rises in the cost of living experienced in the Netherlands. The chart below outlines the costs for full-time students. The average cost may vary depending on summer school enrolments which may be required to complete a program.
Breakdown of Estimated Costs (in Euros)
|Required Summer Module
(without elective summer module, Greek I, or specific program summer studies)
|Student Association Fee||
|Room and Board*
€5400 (whole year)
€540 (whole year)
|Yearly Cost Average||
* Living in the residence hall with 19 meals/week (€450 per month)
** The Netherlands requires foreign students to have medical insurance. If you do not already have valid insurance, you may arrange for coverage through the seminary. Costs vary from €40 to €110 per month with respect to visa status, work status, health condition and age. Coverage is necessary for the whole year.
Miscellaneous Fees (non refundable)
|Residence Permit* (for 2018)||€192|
|MET Thesis Binding Fee (€50 for the required copy and €50 for each additional copy requested)||€100|
|Annual Continuation Fee**||€55|
|Audit Fee per ECTS||€25|
*Residence Permit (for studying)
For all non-EU students there is a one-time expense for a residence permit. This is to be paid in full on the first day of orientation. The current fee (2018) is €192.00 [* verblijfsvergunning met MVV] .
This yearly fee only applies if a student wishes to stay enrolled in a program, but is not registered for classes for one year. The fee will be assessed when the student registers for another class. MET students who are in the thesis process will be assessed according to the MET Thesis Guide. All continuation fees assessed must be paid in full before a diploma will be issued.
Some students take classes on a part-time basis. These classes are charged per credit or “per ECTS.”
Tuition, per credit for any class in a Tyndale program [ECTS (1-18)]: €55
Tuition to audit (no grade or credit is given) a class per ECTS : €25
There is a maximum tuition fee of €990 per term (18+ ECTS )
Single Students may be housed in Tyndale’s Residence Hall.
Married Students. Responsibility for locating married-student housing rests with the student. Tyndale will do its best to assist with that process where immigration regulations allow. Married students without children may be considered for a dorm room if one is available.
Please note: Tyndale will not accept any responsibility or be responsible for offering assistance in helping a student or prospective student to bring a family to the Netherlands or maintain a family while enrolled in studies at the seminary.
The following general fees apply for use of the dorm:
(1) residential students (per month) €450 (inclusive 19 meals per week in the Tyndale dining hall)
(2) registered students who may need a room occasionally (per night) €25 (inclusive of meals regularly served per Tyndale’s schedule)
(3) prospective students (2 nights) no charge (inclusive of meals normally served per Tyndale’s schedule)
Tyndale’s dining facility provides resident students with 19 meals per week. There are no lunch meals served on Saturdays and Sundays. These costs are included in the housing costs above.
Non-residential Students and others
Please sign up in advance on the meal signup sheet in the dining hall. The costs for individual meals are:
Breakfast €2 Lunch €4 Dinner €7
Other Expenses to Consider
Estimate per month €25 and up.
Local transportation is available to reach school, church, local libraries, etc. A student might be able to save a considerable amount of money by purchasing and using a bicycle or living close to the school.
Estimate per month €35 and up.
Some items such as haircuts, clothing, gifts, recreation and other personal needs must be anticipated. Each student will determine what he or she needs in this respect.
Prior to initiating any action for an entry visa or residence permit, Tyndale must be satisfied with a student’s financial preparations. The student will be required to satisfy the seminary with respect to financial and insurance matters. The student will be required to complete the Financial Disclosure Statement. The student will also need to furnish letters of intent from sponsors and/or proof of financial resources.
Should a prospective student commit to coming to Tyndale, but then choose not to come, that person will be responsible for the payment of fees that Tyndale has incurred on his or her behalf regarding the visa process.
Methods of payment:
Our bank data is as follows and bank transfers of all kinds can be received at:
RABO Bank Sloten-Badhoevedorp
1170 AB Badhoevedorp
Account Number: 3731.43.729
BIC (Swift Code): RABONL2U
IBAN: NL97 RABO 0373 1437 29
Please clearly note that the payment is to Tyndale Theological Seminary and the purpose of the transaction, including your name.
Every effort is made to keep the cost of a Tyndale education affordable so that financial need will not be a barrier to prospective students. Costs at Tyndale Seminary are much lower than that of many graduate institutions in Europe and lower than those of similar institutions in North America. Nevertheless, it may be a challenge for students to raise the necessary funds. It should be noted that many students do have part time jobs and are permitted to work in the Netherlands for ten hours a week.
Financial assistance is available and is awarded on the basis of:
- the availability of funds.
- the needs of the student as determined from the Financial Disclosure Statement submitted by the student.
- students who are also salaried workers through a Christian ministry may be eligible for a 50% discount on their tuition. (Clergy Discount)
(Tyndale will not accept any responsibility or provide financial assistance in helping a student or prospective student who wishes to bring his or her family to the Netherlands or maintain a family while enrolled in studies at the seminary.)