As soon as you start working, ABP starts building up your pension. Check your accrued pension or find out about early retirement options: the 'Pension' page has everything you need to know as an employee. ABP informs his beneficiairies in Dutch. For non-native speakers some documents are translated in English: check

  • Calculate your pension

    Want to know how high your pension is or how to put together your pension? You can read more here (in Dutch).

  • Early retirement or reduce your working hours

    If you want to take early retirement or you want to reduce your working hours before your reach the state pension age (AOW), you can take advantage of the ABP Multi-option Pension and the Vitality Pact.

  • Help with pension question

    If you have any outstanding questions after reading the pension information, check here for options to get them answered.

  • My pension

    Here you will find information specific to your pension (in Dutch). You will need your DigiD for this.

  • New job

    You just started at university or have a job elsewhere? Read here what you need to know regarding your pension.

  • Pension accrual during incapacity for work

    If you have become incapacitated for work and you are receiving disability benefits, you will accrue 50% of your pension up until the time that you reach the state pension age (AOW). You will not pay any contribution for this accrual.

  • Pension contribution

    All staff members accrue a pension with ABP. This contribution, of which 70% is paid by the university, goes towards your old-age pension, survivor’s pension and incapacity for work pension. See the ‘Pension contribution’ page for more details.

  • Report a change to your pension fund

    If your personal circumstances have changed, because you have gotten married or divorced or moved house, this could have implications for your pension. In such cases, you will need to notify the ABP pension fund about your change in circumstances.