The Erasmus School of Economics is a leading academic institution in the world. Our school has a long-standing tradition of high-quality education and research. The best of our graduates have made outstanding contributions to science, government and business. This year the ESE is celebrating it's centennial.
16th conference on the Foundations of Utility and Risk
The Foundations of Utility and Risk Conference (June 30 - July 2) is the central conference in the world in the field of decision making under risk and uncertainty. Important application areas are the financial sector - explaining the investment and insurance behavior and pension choices of people and help them to make better choices herein - and the medical sector - helping patients in their choice of treatment and counseling governments with regard to the composition of the insurance policy.
34th International Symposium on Forecasting
The International Symposium on Forecasting (ISF) is the premier forecasting conference, attracting the world’s leading forecasting researchers, practitioners, and students. Through a combination of keynote speaker presentations, academic sessions, workshops, and social programs, the ISF provides many excellent opportunities for networking, learning, and fun.
CENTENNIAL CONFERENCE DAY
On 15 May about 60 students will have the opportunity to attend several exclusive masterclasses organised by a couple of (famous) alumni from Erasmus School of Economics. Join us for a unique opportunity to network, learn and discuss about diverse and pressing (inter)national issues.
Afterwards students are invited to attend the valedictory lecture of Professor Johan Witteveen (in English) and early applicants will also receive an invitation to the festive book presentation on the life of Alumna and EU-commissioner Neelie Kroes (in Dutch). This ‘once in the lifetime’ event is something you do not want to miss out on!
Registration opens on 11 April, 2014 and will close on 7 May, 2014 (or earlier if capacity is met).
Erasmus Charity Run 2014
Over 300 students and staff members of Erasmus University Rotterdam ran for charity during the Marathon Rotterdam on April 13. With this run they raised a fantastic amount of money for charitable foundation 'Playing for Success Excelsior. This foundation helps Rotterdam school pupils perform better in language, mathematics and ICT. Playing for Success is making a structured contribution to addressing the deficiencies in their learning and build up their confidence and self-esteem. In this way, sport and education are combined to give back to the city of Rotterdam.
HIDDEN PLACES: RECTOR'S CHAIN
In this series of hidden places / objects at Erasmus University, we will show places and objects that you won’t come across every day at our campus.
The third object is the Rector’s Chain, apart from the Academic Regalia this chain expresses a ritual, which emphasizes the authority of the most important academic person in the University.