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Information desk

For general questions about the content of study programmes at Erasmus School of Economics, about the regulations or application process for a bachelor, pre-master or master programme, you can contact the Information Desk of Erasmus School of Economics. The Information Desk is located on the ground floor of the E-building (EB) and can be reached by telephone on the number:
+31 (0) 10 408 13 80.

For current opening hours, please visit the Information Desk website.

Study Guidance

During the first year of studies, students participate in the Study Guidance course. This course aims to assist students during the first part of their studies and to provide academic support. In groups of around 15 participants, students are guided by a tutor, a second- or third-year student. This tutor provides them with practical information and useful study advice.

Image of Regina a study adviser of Erasmus School of Economics

Who are the study advisers

Study advisers

Do you have a complex question or would you like to explain your personal situation more thoroughly, you can make an appointment with the study adviser.

For shorter questions you can always reach the study advisers through the consultation hours or e-mail.

Study advisers

Student wellbeing platform

The University cares about you and has launched wellbeing programme Are you OK out there? . Through a variety of online and offline activities, this program provides students with ways to maintain and boost your wellbeing.

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