Study Information

Current facets (Pre-Master)

Academic Calendar

Study Guidance

Information systems

Books and literature 

On this page you will find some useful information that will help you with an easy start with your new study. For instance you can find information about examination periods or a brief introduction to our educational information systems. You will find the information below.

Academic Calendar 

When you would like to know when the educational periods are starting and ending, you can consult the Academic Calendar. You can find out when exactly you will have examinations and how the academic year is structured.

Study Guidance

When you start your first academic year at the Erasmus School of Economics you will experience a lot new things and therefore might have a lot of questions. “ Where can I buy my books? Where are the lecture rooms? How do I register for examinations, tutorial groups, etc? How do I need to prepare my examination?”

Guidance

To help you finding answers for all these questions Pre-Master students will be assigned a tutor. Your tutor is a student in his/her second or third year, who can tell you a lot about the study programme, the university and student life. With a group of around 15 other students you will have some meetings and personal conversations with your tutor. The purpose of Guidance is to find your way around the university as soon as possible. Your tutor can also advise you to arrange a meeting with a study adviser or a student dean.

Information desk

For questions about the study programme you can always come across by the Information desk of the Education Service Centre (H6-02). The Information desk is the first contact for all students. If the Information desk is not able to provide you the correct answer, they will always help you to find the person or office which can answers your questions.

Study advisers

Do you have a complex questions 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 for the study advisers through the consultation hours or e-mail.

Information Systems 

IT and computer facilities

The Erasmus School of Economics is well known to have excellent IT and computer facilities. More than 200 computers are available in the computer labs, in the University library and on the mail walls. In addition, there is a room with 10 plug-in spots for laptops. For more information about the facilities, click here.

IT for students

When you are admitted long before the beginning of the academic year, you will be sent temporary account details. With these details you can login in the computer labs, login in Blackboard and you can mail. Even before you start studying you can make use of the IT facilities from the Erasmus School of Economics. When your admission is definite, your account will be permanent from September. Modifications of your password on the website Single Sign On Service will be directly synchronized with the Windows password you use to login in the Erasmus School of Economics computer labs on the third floor of the H-building. More information about these facilities, click here.

Education information systems

In support of education, the Erasmus School of Economics uses three information systems: Blackboard, SIN-online and Osiris. In these systems you can consult your online timetable or find specific course information. More information about these three information systems can be found here. The portal for to all central systems is MyEur. During the introduction for first year students, the Erasmus School of Economics Take-off, you receive all required information about these systems.

Books and Literature 

All information about the courses, mandatory literature and timetable can be found in the study schedule of the programme you are starting. You can find out exactly which books you need to purchase. Below you can learn how different ways to purchase your literature.

Courses and literature

If you are interested in which books you are (probably) going to use for the courses you can consult this year's study schedules to find this information about the courses. In the course guide you can find the required literature below.

Bookshop Study Store

De final literature list will be available in August at bookshop Study Store. As of half of August the mandatory literature will be available at Study Store in the V-building on the campus Woudestein.

Order books online

You can also decide to order your books online from Study Store. If you order your literature online, please take into account the delivery time. As of half of August you will be able to order your books, since the final literature list will only be published at this time.

Study associations

The study associations (EFR and FAECTOR) also offer the sales of the books. In the first week of every block you can buy your books at their stand. Member of the study association receive a 10% discount. More information about the sales of books can be found through these associations.

You can also take a look at the website for current Master or Pre-master students, which can provide information about education and practical issues. You will find this website by following the link below.

Please note that this information (for current students) will also be explained to you at the start of the academic year on the 1st of September.