Do you receive government financial support for your tertiary or secondary education? Are you unable to earn extra income due to a chronic illness or disability? Then you may be eligible for study benefit (studietoeslag) from your municipality.
All municipalities must pay an agreed minimum amount of study benefit to students with a medical disability. The amount of study benefit may differ from one municipality to another (in Dutch).
In all cases, the following conditions must be met to be eligible to receive study benefit:
- you receive student finance (studiefinanciering) as a tertiary student or a basic allowance (basistoelage) for secondary students;
- you cannot earn extra income alongside your studies because of your disability.
- you are not entitled to the Wajong benefit
All the conditions can be found on the website of the municipality where you are registered. If you have any questions about your situation, please contact the municipality.
You can apply for study benefit at the municipality where you live, regardless of where you are studying. Find out how to apply on your municipality’s website.
This is how it works in your (future) place of residence
Individual study allowance
Please note! You can apply for a studietoeslag (study benefit) only if you live in the Netherlands and are registered with a municipality.
In the municipality of Voorne aan Zee, procedures or the way things are arranged may differ from the general information above. Would you like to know how things are arranged in the municipality of Voorne aan Zee? You can find all local information on our website: Individual study allowance.
Contact details are not yet available for your municipality.
Questions about this topic?
Contact the Public Information Service