Th president of the Executive Board of Erasmus University Rotterdam explains alumni which steps EUR is taking to maintain continuity of education for our students.
To prevent student’s wellbeing from being turned upside down during the Corona crisis, Erasmus University Rotterdam has created an online platform ‘Are you OK out there?’.
The measures of the Dutch government have been tightened as of 23 March. As university, we are investigating what this means for the education to our students, and the tasks of EUR's staff members.
Today, the government has taken new measures regarding the coronavirus. It has been decided that on-campus education and exams are no longer allowed from now until the first of April.
On 5 March, over three major events, Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) held its International Women’s Day celebrations. Trade and Development Minister, Sigrid Kaag delivered a keynote speech.
Takeaway.com has won the ‘Gouden Groeier’ for the second time. The award is an initiative of Erasmus Center for Entrepreneurship and nlgroeit.
- Update 02/03/2020
Erasmus University Rotterdam follows the recommendations of the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment and the information from comparable institutes abroad.
Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) will collaborate with YES!Delft in a regional partnership.
Professor Xandra Kramer, Erasmus School of Law, and Dr Antoinette Maassen van den Brink, Erasmus MC, have both been awarded a Vici grant worth 1.5 million euros by NWO.
On Monday, 17 February, the Minister for Education, Culture and Science, Ingrid van Engelshoven, visited EUR to discuss how to improve the emotional wellbeing of students and academic staff.