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Erasmus School of Economics

Burgemeester Oudlaan 50 Rotterdam View map


Based in Rotterdam, the economic and logistics center of Europe, the is one of the world’s leading academic institutions and is internationally renowned for its contributions to relevant economic issues.

Since its establishment in 1913, the school has a long-standing tradition of providing high-quality education and producing excellent research. It offers 21st century relevant bachelor’s and master’s degree programs which are delivered in either Dutch or English (depending on the program), as well as . 

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Students can take advantage of the wealth of facilities and services available at Erasmus School of Economics, including:

The  is equipped with the cutting-edge technology where students have access to over one million books, journals and articles, including e-books and e-journals. Students also benefit from the which offers e-learning, workshops and academic workload support, as well as individual project rooms that can be reserved. 

Students and faculty can use the EDSC to acquire necessary research data solutions and support for their studies (including manuals, workshops and individual support).

To enhance your academic career and international outlook, students can take part in exchange programs with Erasmus School of Economics’ partner universities all across the globe, from the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina to Western Sydney University in Australia. 

Students can pick up groceries in between lectures or spend a couple of hours having a catch up with friends over a coffee and cake in one of the school’s many .

There’s also an on-campus hair salon, bookstore, ATM and bike repair shop! You can discover more of the school’s campus hotspots .

Erasmus School of Economics encourages a positive work/life balance for all students through a number of cultural, social and sporting activities, including:


Student housing

Whilst approximately 25 percent of student housing spaces are held each year for international students, most students tend to live off campus in private housing. Erasmus School of Economics’ housing team is on hand to offer help and support when it comes to finding suitable accommodation. For more information about student housing, click .

If you’re an international student who’s interested in studying at Erasmus School of Economics, you’ll need to visit the school’s website and click on your desired program to find out how you can apply, and what the specific entry requirements are.

Tuition fees

Tuition fees also vary between programs and levels of study. Bachelor degree tuition fees range between €2,083 and €9,200, whilst MSc programs range between €2,083 and €15,000. You can find out more information about tuition fees for and on the Erasmus School of Economics website.

To help with tuition fees and living costs, Erasmus School of Economics offers a number of scholarships and additional financial funding for international students. Options include:

For a general overview of the school’s scholarships, click .

Many successful careers have started at Erasmus School of Economics. Most Erasmus graduates find within three months of graduating and have gone on to make outstanding contributions in science, government and business

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