On this website we share some practical information with regards to your studies
Study schedules will be up to date at the beginning of August. Once the study schedules have been announced you will get a clear overview of your programme and its courses.
First-year bachelor-1 students will be registered centrally for their courses and mandatory tutorial sessions. During the Take-Off, you will receive more information with regards to your timetable and you will be able to see all your course registrations in your personal timetable. Learn more about how to consult your timetable.
Books and supplies
Once the study schedules have been made available you can collect your study materials from the study store on campus (online purchases available too) or buy your books second hand during one of the book sales on campus or via one of the many online retailers. Your pick!
- EFR Book sale (for Economics and Business Economics studies)
- FAECTOR Book sale (for Econometrics and Operations Research studies)
- Online retails (Amazon/Ebay)
Know all the rules and regulations that belong to our faculty and your study programme. All these will be up to date as of the beginning of August.
In support of education, Erasmus School of Economics uses several information systems:
- MyEUR: the central hub to get access to most information systems.
- SIN-Online: the system used for the registration of courses and tutorials and messages from the School.
- Canvas: the digital learning environment for course announcements, course information and course documents.
- Osiris: registration of official grades and enrolment for written exams.
During the introduction for first year students, the Erasmus School of Economics Take-off, you receive all required information about these systems.
It is not necessary to work with these systems before then.
Know exactly how each block is constructed and when your examinations and education free periods are scheduled. Download the academic calendar (pdf).
Why do you need a student card and how do you get one?
Voluntary math course (Bachelor only)
Want to keep your math knowledge sharp and up to date during summer? Take the voluntary math course.