Depending on the location and the type of apartment you choose, this amount can range between CHF 18,000 & CHF 30,000
This will include accommodation, food, health insurance, transport, and other things
You can read more here
The residence fee includes your room fee, meal plan, parking, transport, and residence council fee.
Depending on the type of plan, these can cost anything between $12,801 and $15,906.
You can read about the details here.
In the Netherlands, it's cheaper to live on-campus than off-campus.
Living on campus also has a great prospect in terms of socialization and adaptation to diversity.
You’ll love how easy it is to get around the place with a bike – the preferred (and the cheapest) mode of transportation in the Netherlands.
Accommodation expenses depend upon where you stay. On-Campus and off-Campus have different range of expense. For on-Campus the expense can range from $110 to $280 AUS per week and off-campus can range from $90 to $325 AUS per week. Just like accommodation, part time jobs are also on-campus and off-campus. It depends upon where you get the job and how far is your job from the place you stay at. The closer these two are the less expensive it gets in terms of travelling. Both of them have their pros and cons but for more information check out these blogs
Apart from the things Rahul has mentioned, you'll have to pay for your WiFi, your laundry
If you want to cover these costs, you can always find a part-time job, or get a scholarship
Another thing you can do is become a Teaching Assistant or a Graduate Assistant