Bachelor programmes
13 selective bachelor programmes in English

Bachelor

Erasmus University Rotterdam offers high-quality bachelor programmes that result in an internationally-recognised Bachelor of Science (BSc) or Bachelor of Arts (BA). With the exception of double degree programmes, most bachelors are three years and the vast majority of our students continue directly to one of our 50+ international master programmes.

Economics and Business Economics
Be challenged and cross borders
Economics and Business Economics
International Business Administration
Ideal start to a career in international business
International Business Administration
Double Degree in Philosophy
Double your degree with Philosophy
Double Degree in Philosophy
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High quality education at a top-100 university
Rankings can’t tell you everything about a university, but they do give you an idea of its academic reputation. We are proud that Erasmus University Rotterdam consistently ranks in the top two percent of the world’s best universities.
Notoriously reasonable tuition
Studying at Erasmus University Rotterdam offers incredible value: bachelors will cost roughly €2,000 for European Union (EU) or European Economic Area (EEA) students, and roughly €7,900 for students from other parts of the world.
International Rotterdam
Rotterdam is edgy and entrepreneurial, with popup shops, creative bars, and festivals, and a constantly changing skyline of experimental architecture. The city is famously multi-cultural; 170 nationalities mix in the streets. At Erasmus University Rotterd
Sofia Gilioli, Arts & Culture Studies student at Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication
“At Erasmus University Rotterdam you will find an exceptionally welcoming but stimulating environment, located in the most vibrant Dutch city! It keeps constantly surprising me with its multifaceted culture.”