Paying tuition fees

You will need to make sure that your tuition fees are paid into Radboud University’s account on time. The date on which your tuition fees are due differs for each payment method. You can pay your tuition fees as soon as you have been notified of your next payment, so keep a close eye on both your ‘To-do Actions’ in Studielink and your email inbox. You can pay your tuition fee in three ways:

  1. Direct debit
  2. iDeal payment
  3. Bank transfer

Please be aware of the strict deadlines for each payment method

1. Direct debit

You can authorise Radboud University to automatically debit the amount for your tuition fees from your bank account. This can be done from any Dutch bank account or a foreign account within the SEPA region (in Dutch). You can choose to either pay one single payment or to pay in instalments. For this purpose, you must select the ‘Digital authorisation’ option in Studielink. You will need to arrange your direct debit before 31 August.

Single direct debit payment or installments

You can pay your tuition fees as one single payment. When you start your study programme in September, your tuition fees will be debited before the end of September. When you start your study programme in February, your tuition fees will be debited before the end of March.

You can also choose to pay your tuition fees in ten equal installments if you are starting your study programme in September. Or you can pay your tuition fees in five equal installments if you are starting your study programme in February.

The amount for your tuition fees will be debited around the 26th day of the month.

Account number

Your tuition fees will be debited from the account number that you have registered in Studielink.

If your tuition fees need to be debited from a different account number, you can change the account number by using the change form. You can download the change form below. You will need to print out this form and sign it and then send it to:

Central Student Administration Office
P.O. Box 9102
6500 HC Nijmegen

Digitally signed forms or copies thereof will not be processed.

2. iDEAL payments

You can pay your tuition fees as one single payment through iDEAL. It is not possible to pay your tuition fees in instalments through iDEAL. Follow the steps below to request a payment link:

  1. Select ‘Payment by other means’ in Studielink;
  2. Request an iDEAL payment by using the form at the bottom of this page.

An email with a payment link will then be sent to you within two weeks. Make sure that the amount for your tuition fees has been paid into Radboud University’s bank account before 15 August

3. Bank transfer

You can use a bank transfer to pay your tuition fees as one single payment into Radboud University’s bank account. You cannot use a bank transfer to pay your tuition fees in instalments. Bank transfers can be made from any bank account. You can pay your tuition fees by bank transfer by following the steps below:

  1. Select ‘Payment by other means’ in Studielink;
  2. Transfer the amount for your tuition fees to Radboud University’s bank account: NL16RABO0120837129 in the name of Radboud Universiteit. Be sure to specify your surname and student number.

If you transfer the amount for your tuition fees from a foreign bank account, please transfer the tuition fee to NL16RABO0120837129, BIC: RABONL2U in the name of Radboud Universiteit. It will take approximately two weeks before the money has been transferred to Radboud University’s bank account. 

Make sure that the amount for your tuition fees has been paid into Radboud University’s bank account before 15 August

Changing the payment method for your tuition fees

You can change the way in which you pay your tuition fees by using the change form. You can download the change form below. This form will need to be printed out and signed and then sent to:

Central Student Administration Office
P.O. Box 9102
6500 HC Nijmegen

Digitally signed forms or copies thereof will not be processed.

Terms of payment

debtor_protocol.pdf

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