If international students with the nationality of an EU/EEA member state are enrolled at the Royal Conservatoire for a Bachelor's or Master's programme, then they may be entitled to Dutch student finance (studiefinanciering) on the same basis as Dutch students.
Whether international students qualify for Dutch student finance depends on their age, study programme and nationality or residency status.

For more information on Dutch student finance, visit DUO: Student finance.

If students fail to meet the nationality requirements for regular Dutch student finance, they may still qualify for a limited funding towards payment of their study fees: a tuition fees loan (collegegeldkrediet). Students must be under 30 and come from an EU/EEA country or Switzerland.

For more information on a tuition fees loan, visit DUO: Tuition fees loan.

Another alternative option for students who are no longer eligible for regular Dutch student finance is lifelong learning credit (levenlanglerenkrediet). Students must be younger than 56 and their tuition fees should not be paid or reimbursed in full by anyone else or by an organisation, such as their employer.

For more information on lifelong learning credit, visit DUO: Lifelong learning credit.