Total government expenditure on student loans in the Netherlands 1995-2016

Total government expenditure on student loans in the Netherlands from 1995 to 2016 (in million euros)

Total government expenditure on student loans in the Netherlands 1995-2016 This statistic shows the total government expenditure on student loans in the Netherlands from 1995 to 2016 (in million euros). In 2016, the Dutch government granted 2.5 billion euros worth of loans to students. In the Netherlands, the government subsidizes participation in education and training by providing allowances for school costs and student grants and loans. These serve to partly compensate students or their parents for their expenditure on tuition fees, books and materials, public transport and the cost of living. The supplementary grant and the student travel card are conditional loans. A conditional loan will be converted to a gift on completion of the student’s studies within a given period. If a student does not complete his/her studies within this period it will remain a loan and will have to be repaid.
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Total government expenditure on student loans in the Netherlands from 1995 to 2016 (in million euros)

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Total amount in million euros
2016* 2,501
2015 2,344
2014 2,207
2013 1,940
2012 1,887
2011 1,808
2010 1,841
2009 1,864
2008 1,962
2007 1,952
2006 1,644
2005 1,190
2004 1,065
2003 992
2002 884
2001 815
2000 829
1999 659
1998 652
1997 409
1996 288
1995 212
Total amount in million euros
2016* 2,501
2015 2,344
2014 2,207
2013 1,940
2012 1,887
2011 1,808
2010 1,841
2009 1,864
2008 1,962
2007 1,952
2006 1,644
2005 1,190
2004 1,065
2003 992
2002 884
2001 815
2000 829
1999 659
1998 652
1997 409
1996 288
1995 212
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This statistic shows the total government expenditure on student loans in the Netherlands from 1995 to 2016 (in million euros). In 2016, the Dutch government granted 2.5 billion euros worth of loans to students. In the Netherlands, the government subsidizes participation in education and training by providing allowances for school costs and student grants and loans. These serve to partly compensate students or their parents for their expenditure on tuition fees, books and materials, public transport and the cost of living. The supplementary grant and the student travel card are conditional loans. A conditional loan will be converted to a gift on completion of the student’s studies within a given period. If a student does not complete his/her studies within this period it will remain a loan and will have to be repaid.
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