The Hague University of Applied Sciences Part-Time IT Management and Cybersecurity
In order to be able to start the HBO (College)-IT part-time bachelor's programme, you must have a HAVO or VWO diploma with the correct profile. You are also welcome with a level 4 MBO diploma. Below you can see the admission requirements.
From the second year onwards, you must have a relevant workstation in IT in order to complete the training within four years.
VWO (high scientific education)
Does a student meet the conditions for halving tuition fees?
Then the tuition fees for him or her in the academic year 2018-2019 will be € 1,030 instead of € 2,060. The conditions are described below.
Conditions for 1 year of half-time tuition. The halving of the first year's tuition fees applies to all students:
in or after the academic year 2018-2019, starts a programme of study for the first time at a publicly funded (funded) university of applied sciences or university of applied sciences.
takes a bachelor's programme or associate graduate programme;
pays the statutory tuition fees. This applies to full-time students, dual students, part-time students, students at the Open University and students at university colleges.
You want to develop yourself further and give your career a new impulse. Good idea! But what does it cost, and who pays for it? There are many possibilities to (partly) finance your part-time study. Often there are also tax benefits and perhaps your employer will pay (along) with you. Below you will find more information about the various possibilities.
You want to study part-time. But who pays for it? Usually you pay for it yourself, sometimes your employer pays (along). It is also possible that you are (still) entitled to tuition fees. If you are not (or no longer) entitled to tuition fees and have to pay part of the tuition fees yourself, there are a number of possibilities to pay for your study or to meet the
You want to study part-time
But who pays for it? Usually you pay for it yourself, sometimes your employer pays (along). It is also possible that you are (still) entitled to tuition fees. If you are not (or no longer) entitled to tuition fees and have to pay part of the tuition fees yourself, there are a number of possibilities to pay for your study or to meet the costs:
Many employers recognise the importance of training for their employees. Hopefully that also applies to your employer. It is therefore possible that he or she wants to (help) pay for your studies. Especially if your company or organisation has a direct interest in your training, a contribution from the employer is very reasonable. Do you have study plans? Then discuss it with your employer. And point out to him or her the possibilities of employer subsidies for your studies!
If the employer pays the majority of the training costs of its employee, these costs are tax deductible (see below under 'Tax and Customs Administration'). In addition, with subsidies for study costs, the government stimulates employees to develop themselves or to obtain the necessary qualifications for a new job. The UWV also subsidises the training costs for jobseekers if this training ensures that these jobseekers are (again) sufficiently qualified for a job. There are training vouchers, for example: see above.
If the training takes place during working hours, the costs can be considerable. Many collective agreements state how many days of study leave the employer is obliged to continue to pay. It is also important to make arrangements in the employment contract for a refund of the study costs in the event of
Study grant. Lifelong Learning Credit
Do you want to take a study programme, are you younger than 55 years of age, but are you no longer entitled to a study grant? From the academic year 2017-2018 onwards, you can, under certain conditions, borrow money to pay tuition or tuition fees. This is called the 'Lifelong Learning Credit'. This means that you can borrow the tuition fees at favourable conditions if you are going to follow a programme in higher professional education (mbo) or higher education (hoger onderwijs).