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The Erasmus Virtual Experience gives students the opportunity to feel what it is like to be a student at Erasmus University Rotterdam. There’s only so much student can learn from the facts and figures of a university’s website, and we know not everyone can visit campus in person. To help students get an idea of what to expect as an Erasmus University student, the can visit our ‘virtual experience’ and get a student’s perspective on Campus, Class, the City, Housing, and After graduating.
New English-language bachelor in Nanobiology
Erasmus University Rotterdam and TU Delft are offering a new international bachelor programme for students with a strong interest in both Physics and Biology. Nanobiology is the study of the complexity of living systems. It employs the methods and principles of Physics to do this in a quantitative way. It is a relatively new area of research that bridges the borders between Physics, Nanophysics, Biology and medical research. Learn more about the curriculum and admission criteria.
Five year double degree in Arts/Music and Sciences
Erasmus University Rotterdam and Rotterdam institutions Willem de Kooning Academy and Codarts are offering students the possibility to combine academia with music and fine arts in a five-year Double Degree programme. This Double Degree programmes allows students to simultaneously develop their artistic or musical talent, as well as their academic ambitions.
After completing the Double Degree programme students will receive two bachelor degrees: one research university diploma of Erasmus University Rotterdam (in Liberal Arts & Sciences or Arts & Culture Studies) and a diploma of university of applied sciences (Codarts, Bachelor of Music, or Willem de Kooning Academy, Bachelor of Arts). The programme challenges students to combine a research degree with an arts programme and offers an opportunity to develop their diverse talents.
Learn more about this double degree.
Application deadlines vary per programme
Although all programmes are given at Erasmus University Rotterdam that doesn’t mean that the application deadline for all programmes are the same. Keep in mind that nummers fixcus programmes like International Business Administration and Nanobiology have an early deadline in January while other programmes have their deadline in April or May. Your students should read the admissions guidelines for their programme of choice very carefully.
Download the Admission Matrix for an overview of all application deadlines.
New tuition fees for students starting in 2018
The tuition fee of Dutch universities is for a large part paid by the Dutch government. That’s why studying in The Netherlands is relatively cheap in comparison to other countries. For EU/EEA students the fee for 2018/2019 is €2060 euro per year and for non-EU students bachelor tuition ranges from X to Y.
Exception: Our Liberal Arts & Sciences programme at Erasmus University College has a higher tuition fee than our other bachelor programmes (4.100 for EU, 12.000 for non-EU).
When a student choses for a double degree they only pay the tuition fee once.