Frequently Asked Questions
Due to the impact of events caused by the coronavirus around the world, our late application deadline has been extended to April 15, 2020.
Math results must be received by the EUC Admissions Office no later than April 15 to complete your application. Note that successfully passing the mathematics exam means that you meet the mathematics requirement, but it does not guarantee a place in the programme.
Note that successfully passing the mathematics exam means that you meet the mathematics requirement, but it does not guarantee a place in the programme.
If you received a rejection because your file was incomplete (e.g. because you are waiting for the results of the Math test), you are asked to complete your file before our late deadline of April 15. Otherwise, you cannot apply again for the academic year 2020-2021, but you may submit a new application next year for 2021-2022.
Contact admissions by email to ask for an extension. Please clearly outline and document the reason for your request. Admissions may provide an extension by two weeks (or as needed), after which your application will be moved to the wait list.
Final exams for secondary education have been cancelled in various countries, including the Netherlands. We ask all applicants to submit a certified copy of their diploma by August 1. We are working closely with our parent university and the international office to decide upon applications from countries in which no diploma will be issued this year due to the cancellation of final exams. Please be assured that your acceptance into our incoming cohort 2020-2021 is based on the grades you submitted at the time of your application.
- If you are a non-EU/EEA-citizen, please submit your results by June 15
- If you are an EU/EEA-citizen, please submit your results by August 1
Note that you still will have to submit your application (without test results) by April 15
Please submit your test results by the following date:
- June 15 for non-EU/EEA applicants
- August 1 for EU/EEA applicants
Please submit your application (excluding test results) by April 15.
- Your school can email us the statement (unsigned/unstamped), or send the required information in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org OR
- Submit a copy of your diploma statement, that you filled out yourself. Note that is your own responsibility to fill out the form correctly. Send the statement to email@example.com.
Please submit your application by April 15
VWO applicants do not need to submit these copies, as their diploma and final grade list will be automatically verified (digitally).
IB applicants should indicate through the IB candidate results website that they want to have their results sent to Erasmus University College.
Other certified copies can be sent to:
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Department of Education & Student Affairs International Office
Admissions Office Sanders building, room L3.010
PO Box 1738
3000 DR Rotterdam
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Department of Education & Student Affairs International Office - Admissions Office
Sanders building, room L3.010
Burg. Oudlaan 50
3062 PA Rotterdam
No, there is no need for course registration in the first Quad. You will take three academic core courses which are mandatory. You select and register for your first elective at the end of the first Quad.
You will have around 15 contact hours per week during a Quad.
At the end of the first year you will have to declare your Major.
Credit transfer requests from students are not taken into consideration until they are a student at EUC. No guarantees are thus given before application.
Exemptions from EUC skills courses usually have the most chance of being approved based on completed skills courses elsewhere. However, nothing specific can be said without evaluation of the course content during the request procedure.
In the request procedure, we will check whether courses could be considered for EUC course exemptions (there should be enough overlap). If that is not the case, then courses could be considered for the 30EC that can be filled with off-campus courses (in that case there may not be significant overlap with EUC courses).