Situation Turkish academics and students

Thursday, 21 July 2016

Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR)’s first concerns are with the Turkish academic staff and students, who are temporarily working or studying in the Netherlands. They can possibly be called back to Turkey by their home university.

EUR supports the statement of the VSNU and the EUA, in which European universities speak against the actions targeting Turkish universities and their staffs.

International academic values and the principles of academic freedom prevail for EUR. Science is eminently international. Academics and students should be able to move freely.

HelpdeskStudents, staff and guests who have questions can contact the International Office, T +31 10 408 2227 E

Five Erasmus University students to Olympic Games

Friday, 15 July 2016

Five students from Erasmus University Rotterdam are taking part in the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. They are hockey players Seve van Ass, Marloes Keetels and Larissa Meijer, track cyclist Joost van der Burg and horse rider Merel Blom. Recently, the Dutch team for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro was introduced.

Twelve Veni’s for Erasmus University Rotterdam

Friday, 15 July 2016

Twelve promising young scientists from the Erasmus University Rotterdam have been awarded a Veni grant of maximum 250.000 euros from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO).  With this Veni grant they are able to continue to elaborate on their own ideas for the upcoming three years. The Erasmus MC received nine Veni’s, at campus Woudestein the Veni’s go to recent PhD graduates from the Faculty of Social Sciences, Erasmus School of Economics and Rotterdam school of Management.