The bachelor programme in Psychology at Erasmus University Rotterdam is a truly international programme with a diverse student population.
Studying abroad is a unique opportunity to develop yourself and get to know other cultures. Moreover, you will have the chance to compare different educational and academic cultures. Studying at one of our (exchange) partner universities is a wonderful experience which does not need to be complicated or expensive, nor delaying your studies. This programme encourages you to spend a term (the first part of year 3) outside the Netherlands in the third year.
Each year, Erasmus University Rotterdam offers almost 50 minors taught in English. This includes nearly 40 broadening minors and several deepening minors. The Erasmus University also offers a range of joint, multidisciplinary minors together with TU Delft and Leiden University, which allows you to experience what it is like to study at other universities in the Netherlands.
Read more about the minors offered at the Erasmus University Rotterdam here
Erasmus Honours Programme
Besides the regular programmes, the EUR annually offers two exclusive programmes to talented bachelor students. The Erasmus Honours Programme enables excellent students to encounter fascinating and current themes from other fields of study in the Grand Challenges and Over Grenzen (Dutch) programme. Renowned scholars from several disciplines challenge honours students to look beyond the boundaries of their own field. Read more about the Erasmus honours programme here. Besides the Erasmus Honours Programme, the ESSB also has their own honours class which enables 75 excellent students to amongst others gain experience with conducting research under supervision of an ESSB faculty.
Cedo Nulli: I yield to no one.
This is a famous saying of Desiderius Erasmus and the name of the study association of the Erasmus School of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Cedo Nulli organises activities in both Dutch and English, such as lectures, workshops, conferences, a study trip and of course parties and drinks and each year Cedo Nulli participates on behalf of the Erasmus University Rotterdam in National Model United Nations New York conference. You can also attend our study groups for free if you are a member. Furthermore, it is also possible to become an active member or board member and gain organizational and managerial experience.
See Cedo Nulli for more information.
Adjust to university life
Are you coming to study with us next year, and would you like some help with finding your way around university and student life? Then sign up for the CONNECT mentor programme! This programme is designed to welcome all new students and help them with the smoothest possible transition into university and student life.
New students are linked to a mentor (an ESSB second-year/third-year or master student) in small groups. These mentors will guide you during the first months of your studies and will be your contact point for all your questions. In addition, CONNECT organizes various academic trainings, workshops and social events you can participate in.
With CONNECT, you will feel at home at the EUR in no time as it’s the perfect way to make new contacts with your fellow students and learn from an experienced fellow student. Sign up here!