Fee & Housing

Tuition fees IMMIT program

The tuition fees for the IMMIT program are set each year. The yearly tuition fees for IMMIT to start in Academic Years 2024-2025 are:

  • € 4,200,- per academic year for EU/EEA students*;
  • € 11,125,- per academic year for non-EU/EEA students.

* EU/EEA students: students from the 27 countries of the European Union + Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.

Please note:

  • Our fees are subject to changes in legislation, which may require adjustments.
  • The tuition fee for EU/EEA students covers the tuition fees required by Tilburg University and IAE Aix University. This fee does not include any fee for studies at University of Turku, as Finnish universities do not collect tuition fees from EU/EEA students. Tuition is paid yearly in August.
  • The tuition fee for non-EU/EEA covers the tuition required for international student for the three universities.
  • Students have to pay a French national university fee of €243,- plus €95,- for the CVEC (student and campus life contribution) on the first year, and in the second year students will only have to pay €95,- CVEC.
  • If students do not complete the IMMIT program within two years, they will need to register for an additional period and pay tuition fee accordingly.
  • Tuition fee payments are non-refundable if a student has to leave the program before graduation.

Financial Support

  • All EU and Non-EU students are eligible for an Erasmus Mobility Grant (around €330,- to €390,- per month),  that applies to: the second (Turku) and third semester (Tilburg) of the IMMIT program. This grant is a contribution to your travel and subsistence costs for the months in the second and third semester. The program will assist you in obtaining this grant.
  • Previous IMMIT students have received generous internship allowances (up to €1000,- per month) during the fourth semester of the IMMIT program, which were provided by companies like Shell, Philips, Deloitte, PWC, etc.
  • There are various other scholarships available for either EU/EEA-students or non EU/EEA-students. Scholarships related to your own background can be found here.

Monthly costs

A few of the typical monthly costs for students are listed below. This gives students an indication about the additional costs of studying and living in the cities of the partner universities*.









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*These costs are an indication of the average expenses of students, these costs may fluctuate based on a student’s lifestyle.


In all our cities we offer affordable housing, according to local market standards, for all our students.

Aix-en-Provence: Cité Université Estelan (CROUS)
CROUS is a dormitory that houses mostly international students, and for French students with a CROUS scholarship. Prices will be around €1300 for the full semester (Sep-Dec). For more information and pictures click here. For the steps that need to be followed to apply click here.

Turku: Student Village Foundation (TYS)
Most of the international students in Turku get an apartment through TYS. All their housing locations are either within walking distance from the campus or easily reachable by public transport. You should apply for an apartment 3 months prior to the start of the lease period. So if you arrive in January you should apply at the beginning of October. You will receive an offer from TYS somewhere in November. For more information and pictures click here. For the steps that need to be followed to apply click here.

Tilburg: Student rooms via WonenBreburg
International students will receive an offer from the university’s housing office and housing association WonenBreburg. WonenBreburg has studios suited for two people, and would cost around €970 per month, excluding housing allowance. The studios have a large living room, kitchen, one bedroom, bathroom and a balcony. The rent must be paid per semester. The contracts for this housing are for 6 or 12 months. You should
apply for a studio in the beginning of June prior to the academic year in Tilburg. For the steps that need to be followed to apply click here.

Dutch students are directly supported in finding accommodation in Tilburg by the university’s housing office.

Private market
Some students can’t always apply for the aforementioned housing options or turn down the offer because they prefer to live somewhere else. This is possible in all three cities, but not common. These students will have to find a place on the private market. Previously, this was found through Facebookgroups, airbnb, friends, fellow students and family.