Current facets (Pre-Master)
Take-Off for Bachelor students
The Take-Off is the introduction event for all new students of Erasmus School of Economics.
This year, the Take-Off will take place on Monday 4 September 2017.
During this introduction event, you will receive an introduction to your study programme, our faculty as well as meeting your fellow students. In addition you will receive information about your study books, course registration, your timetable and the use of your ERNA account. Study books you will be able to buy, with a discount, via the booksale of EFR or FAECTOR which take place in the first week of the academic year.
After your application is completed you will receive a welcome email, but to prepare for you first day you can download your schedule here:
- International Bachelor Economics and Business Economics (pdf)
- International Bachelor Econometrics and Operations Research (pdf)
- Double Degree BSc² Econometrics/Economics (pdf)
- Double Degree International Bachelor Economics and Business Economics & Recht (pdf)
- Exchange students (pdf)
- Double Degree Gadjah Mada & SKKU (pdf)
Note: These schedules are published with some reservations.
Diagnostic entrance test
During Monday afternoon at the Take Off, you have to make a diagnostic entrance test to evaluate your own level in mathematics. You should not prepare in any way for this test and the score does not count in any way for your study results. The purpose of the test is to assess your entry level, which may vary depending on your high school programme in mathematics. If you find some topics difficult then it is good to realize this right at the start, and during the first block you can use some additional exercise material to help you in achieving the right mathematical level when needed.
The Take-Off is mandatory for all first year bachelor students.
It is important to be at the central hall of the Theil-building (C-Hall) on time for your registration! Click here for a map of the campus.
What to bring on 4 September 2017
- Your ERNA username and password (this is send by email to your registered email address in Studielink)
If your address in Studielink is a Dutch address, your student card will be send to your home adress via mail. In case of a non-Dutch address your student card will be handed out during the Take-Off event. If your student card is not ready yet during the Take-Off, you will be informed by e-mail when it is available for you to pick it up.
For new international students we offer a handbook with information about living and studying in the Netherlands.
Contact for further inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org