Above average score for almost all MSc programmes.
Students deplore high cost of second Master's.
The University Guide also takes into account the tuition fees universities charge for a second Master's degree. Some universities charge thousands of euros more than others. Wageningen charges 9,480 euros for social science and science MSc programmes and 14,750 euros for medical programmes such as Biotechnology. That's considerably more than mandatory fee of 1,835 euros, but still cheaper than most other universities. Only the technical universities Delft and Eindhoven stick to the low mandatory rate.
Student organizations ISO and LSVb call the price differences between second Master's programmes 'shockingly large' and 'absurd'. They want minister Bussemaker to make sure a second Master's degree remains an affordable option.