Networking and Collaboration

Current facets (Pre-Master)

The ESSB is active in various scientific networks, both on a national and an international level. Next, there are collaboration agreements with various social organisations.
 

Partners 
  • Imiscoe

    IMISCOE

    A prestigious European network of scientists conducting research on issues related to integration and migration.

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  • Stichting IZZ

    Working in a healthy way in health care’ is a large scale online research in collaboration with Foundation IZZ, conducting research on the way healthcare professionals are encumbered on a psychosocial level.

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  • InternetSpiegel PBSA

    Employees are not just part of an organisation, they are the organisation. This is the point of departure of the research Public Administration conducts in collaboration with InternetSpiegel.

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  • PsyQ

    A collaboration with the aim to safeguard scientific research within PsyQ in the region Rotterdam.

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  • University of Applied Sciences / Hogeschool Rotterdam

    The Academic Pabo is a combined educational programme of the University of applied sciences of Rotterdam and Pedagogics of Erasmus University Rotterdam.

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  • Dutch Marine Energy Centre (DMEC)

    A collaboration between knowledge institutes and companies to enhance the energy generated from the power of water.

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  • T-GroUP

    DRIFT started a collaboration with UPGro, an international network that aims advocate the poor by enabling the sustainable use of groundwater.

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  • Collaboration ESSB and Feyenoord

    Erasmus University Rotterdam and Feyenoord have started a four-year collaboration. Within this collaboration Master students of ESSB and ESHCC are conducting research on the influence of soccer club Feyenoord on society. 

Connections with Universities of Applied Sciences 

 

  • Lecturer dr. Peter Verkoeijen aan de Avans Hogeschool at Avans University of Applied Sciences

  • Lecturer dr. Patricia Vuijk at University of Applied Sciences Rotterdam