Master Open Day

Visit the Master Open Day on 22 November to get acquainted with our campus and learn about our master programmes.

At the Master Open Day, prospective students can join presentations about all of our master programmes. Between sessions current students, alumni and staff are here to answer any questions you may have.

Thursday 22 November 2018
18.00 – 22.00

Woudestein campus
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50
3062 PA Rotterdam

18.00 - 22.00Presentations master programmes
18.00 - 22.00Information fair

Because of heavy traffic and limited parking, we recommend that you use public transportation to get to the Master Open Day.

Getting to Erasmus University Rotterdam

Stories of visitors

  • Giulia (21)

    "There are so many nice masters, it’s going to be hard choosing one"

    “In June, I graduated in business administration at EUR and I’m doing an internship in Amsterdam, in a marketing team. Really to find out whether I’d find marketing interesting to do as a master. They also have an innovation department there and that appeals to me too. So I haven’t decided. There are so many interesting subjects. I’ve just been to a session about media and business and that was fascinating too.”

  • Anastasia (21)

    “They all interest me, so it’s going to be hard.”

    “I’m from Moldavia and fortunately I quickly felt at home here in Rotterdam. I’m now doing economics, but I’ll soon have to choose a master. I have at least ten brochures of masters which appeal to me. I’ve now selected four of the most interesting. Behavioural economics, marketing, financial economics and accounting. All completely different. One is about figures and finances, the others much more about people. They all interest me, so it’s going to be hard.”

  • Ronny (22)

    “I still have room for an extra master.”

    “At the moment, I’m studying psychology in Rotterdam. Then I want to do a master in labour and organisational psychology. That’s a good fit. But maybe I’ll do another master as well. To broaden my horizon. I’ve just been to a session about media, culture and society. Really interesting but not directly related to psychology. Who knows. I’ve still got time.”