Hah, that's only the fee to be able to attend uni, the grand total of my course will be well over €120.000,- (£103.190.88 / $160.080,-).
But that includes books, additional uni fees, housing, travel expenses and all that stuff.
Oh, I'm also going to do a year in France, costs for that will be approximately €7.500,- (£6.449,43 - $10.005,-).
And for good order, the State only gives about 300 - 450 bucks a month to students (depending on income), so that's virtually nothing. And you'll need to complete the course in five years, if you don't then you'll need to pay back all money to the State (about €21.000,- on average).
So if I were to study 4 years and fail then I would have a debt of approx €150.000,-.
However if I were to graduate within five years, the State will pay a good part of that, and I'll be left with less then a 50K debt for myself.
Whoever said that studying was fun probably wasn't Dutch!