International Bachelor Arts and Culture Studies
Behind the scenes of culture

During your study Bachelor International Bachelor Arts and Culture Studies

Internship

As a student of the International Bachelor Arts and Culture Studies, you will do a compulsory internship. This will not only gain you study points, an internship also offers you the opportunity to use your theoretical knowledge of arts and culture in a practical context. Furthermore, you can build a professional network. Students of the Arts and Culture Studies department already did internships at:

Students' experiences

Asking for help or advice is always seen as better than doing a bad job
Sunniva Ottestad
Sunniva did her internship at the PR/Programming department of WORM in Rotterdam
Read more about Sunniva's internship at WORM about Sunniva Ottestad
The internship gives you the opportunity to grow professionally. Make the most of it!
Sofia Rastelli
Sofia did her internship at ITSLIQUID in Venice
Read more about Sofia's internship in Venice about Sofia Rastelli
Always take initiative and voice your thoughts!
Isabelle Minnaar and Luka de Ruijter
Isabelle Minnaar and Luka de Ruijter did their internship at the same organization: the Pelgrimvaderskerk in Delfshaven (Rotterdam)
Read more about Isabelle Minnaar and Luka de Ruijter

Studying abroad

Have you always wanted to learn a foreign language? Or do you want to find out what it's like to study arts and culture in a different country? Then take the opportunity to study abroad during your Bachelor's! The Erasmus University Rotterdam collaborates with more than 30 universities in and outside of Europe. The course that you follow during your exchange usually count for your studies at the EUR and you do not have to pay an extra tuition fee.