Education complementary organisations

Faculty and study associations

Every faculty has at least one study association. Some have only one association for the entire faculty, while at other faculties each programme has its own student organisation.

Study and faculty associations try to bridge the gap between theory and practice and organise activities for all students who are interested in that particular discipline. They often offer discounts on your study books, organise visits to companies but also travel (abroad) and other social activities. In addition to the study and faculty associations, there are many other education-related student organisations.

Faculty association ESHCC

Study association masterstudents ESE

Aiesec Rotterdam

Study association Erasmus Honours Law College

Sociale Faculteitsvereniging Cedo Nulli (S.F.V. Cedo Nulli)
Faculty association ESSB

Rotterdamse Fiscalisten Vereniging Christiaanse-Taxateur
Fiscalists association

Criminologie In Actie CIA
Study association criminology students ESL

Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship ECE
Stimulating entrepreneurship students

Economische Faculteitsvereniging Rotterdam EFR
Faculty association ESE

European Law Students' Association ELSA
Student association European Law ESL

Wijsgerige Faculteitsvereniging ERA
Faculty association Philosophy

FAECTOR (formerly Econometrisch Dispuut)
Student association Econometrics ESE

Financiële Studievereniging Rotterdam FSR
Financial study association

In Duplo
The study association for double bachelor Economics & Law and Law & Business Administration students ESL/ESE/RSM

Juridische Faculteitsvereniging Rotterdam JFR
Faculty association ESL

Marketing Association EUR MAEUR
Marketing association for students ESE

Medische Faculteitsvereniging Rotterdam MFVR
Faculty association Erasmus MC

Rotterdam Consulting Club RCC

Stichting Belastingwinkel Rotterdam SBR
Tax aid

Faculty Association SHARE (formerly FBMG)
Faculty association ESHPM

Solve Consulting (formerly SECEUR)
Social impact consulting

Student association RSM

Study association for urban, port and transport economics ESE