Erasmus School of Economics
EUR 105 years Science meets City

Calendar

  • Dutch Student Orchestra

    Experience the Dutch Student Orchestra (NSO) during their annual concert.

  • Super power China | Lecture

    In just four decades China has transformed itself from an isolationist country to an emerging world power. What role will China be playing on the world stage?

  • Stukafest Rotterdam 2019

    An awesome gig in the middle of unfinished homework and empty beer cans, an intimate poem recitation underneath a bunk bed, or a singer-songwriter performing at the kitchen table… All is possible!

  • Pop Quiz around Campus

    Live music, Silent Disco, soundtracks; all kinds of music will pass by in this Pop Quiz around campus, in which you will play a round on various locations.

  • Open Stage Night

    The monthly Open Stage Night by Studium Generale and ESN Rotterdam

  • The Book Club: The Handmaid's Tale | Lecture

    A lecture on the dystopian novel The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood. How does this book shed light on the more troublesome aspects of today’s society?

  • Girl Rising | Film and discussion

    The film Girl Rising follows the incredible stories of 9 women who fight for freedom and education. Organized by Studium Generale and Aiesec in the context of International Women's Day.

  • SingEURsong! - Concert

    The most talented Singe(u)r-Songwriters on campus, accompanied by the Pop Orchestra of Erasmus in an evening full of EURiginals, in genres varying from hip-hop to spoken word. 

  • The Next Erasmus

    Are you a science wiz? All you need to bring is your smartphone and a team, in order to join our interactive quiz with videos and live demonstrations. 

  • Today's Middle East | Lecture

    Flaring conflicts, huge interests and shifting spheres of influence; the situation in the Middle East is constantly changing. Lecture by Carolien Roelants on the current state of affairs.

  • Why do we Cry? All about Tears! | Theatre Lecture

    A theatre lecture about tears, with science, music and the beauty of tears, photographed through a microscope. "Tell me why you cry and I'll tell you who you are."