Information for admitted ESSB students
You have been admitted as a student of Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences (ESSB) and we hope that this is a beginning of a wonderful experience!
We advise you to read the information related to the admission and enrollment procedures very carefully. From experience we know that most confusion, lost time and wasted effort arises from the ignored directions.
Finalise your admission and enrollment
Depending on whether you are an exchange or degree, and further - Bachelor's or Master's degree student - the procedures will be slightly different. For programme-specific step-by-step directions please read through the pages dealing with the steps of admission, enrollment and registration addressed to exchange, Bachelor's and Master's students.
Exchange students should be aware that everything relating to Studielink or payment of tuition fees does not refer to them.
Please click on one of the following links that will redirect you to your specific programme.
No matter what category of ESSB students you belong to, practicalities are certainly common for everyone - they need to be arranged. Also, don't forget about the academic calendar, your timetables and the faculties introduction activities while preparing your departure!
We hope that the information provided on the pages for admitted students will be useful to you, but should you still have any more questions, please feel free to contact us. Even if we cannot help directly, we would be glad to redirect you to the colleagues who can.
Please keep in mind that most up-to-date information for admitted students is normally available around summer and most certainly before the start of the academic year/ respective semester. This includes the academic calendar.
We look forward to meeting you in person!
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FAQ's by admitted students
The tuition fee will not be reduced in the case of online education. If you are wondering what the tuition fee will be, please check the 'Facts & Figures' page of the master programme of your choice.