BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE SERVICE
The Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) is offering departments within the EUR, student societies and organisations connected to the EUR the opportunity to register their own domain under the following TLDs (top-level domains) : .NL, .COM, .ORG, .NET, .INFO, .BIZ, .EU.
The .nl Top-Level Domain (TLD) is the most common domain registration for organisations that are (partly) headquartered in the Netherlands. Although it has also been possible for private parties to register an .nl domain since January 29, 2003, the registration procedure at the Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) is reserved for the above-mentioned target group.
OTHER TOP-LEVEL DOMAINS
In addition to the familiar .com TLD, domains accommodated in the TLDs .org, .info, .net and .biz., are being used ever more often. The Erasmus University Rotterdam offers you the opportunity to profile your organisation or department on the Internet under one or several of these TLDs. You do not need a registration contract for domain applications under these TLDs, you just have to send us the application form after filling it out.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
- You download the relevant forms and print them. You must fill out a separate registration contract for every domain for domain applications and/or when moving domains.
- For requests, changes and cancellations fill out the necessary forms and send them to:
Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
SSC ICT - Domeinregistratie
t.a.v. Cees Boelhouwers (H01-08)
Burg. Oudlaan 50
3062 PA Rotterdam
- You will receive a confirmation of your order by email or by telephone.
- You will receive a message about the processing of your order.
Forms are supposed to be signed and must be originals; copies, faxes or documents otherwise reproduced can therefore not be processed.
YOU MUST TAKE CARE OF THE FOLLOWING YOURSELF
The following documents are necessary to apply for or move an .nl domain:
- A registration contract filled out and signed by the domain applicant.
- A copy of a valid ID of the applicant.
- An application form and/or moving form filled out and signed by the domain applicant/domain holder.
- Cancellation and change requests are only to be submitted in writing on the basis of one of the here under mentioned forms.
FORMS FOR CANCELLATION, MOVING OR TRANSFERRING DOMAIN NAMES
The following only applies to domains under .NL TLD. A written order suffices for other domains. The following forms are available for cancellation of a domain name, moving a domain name to a different provider or transferring a domain name to a different holder.
Right-click and save the target as! (dutch)
Registrationcontract domain name (dutch)
Orderform move domainname to another provider (dutch)
Orderform move multiple domain names to another provider (dutch)
Orderform transferring a domain name to a different holder (dutch)
Orderform transferring multiple domain names to a different holder (dutch)
Orderform cease domainname (dutch)
Orderform cease multiple domainnames (dutch)
We pass on the following costs for a domain registration via the EUR:
One-time costs for the domain application: € 79,41
Subscription: € 68,07 per anum in 1 invoice *
* When terminating such a domain registration, the entire year is charged for (no restitution for already payed subscribtion costs).
Mutation costs: € 35
Mutations refers to:
- Changing a domain name
- Moving a domain name to the Erasmus University (ERNA)
- Transfer of a domain name to a different holder
Prices do not include 19% VAT.
Registration of a domain under the .nl TLD is subject to the conditions as described in the SIDN (Stichting Internet Domeinregistratie Nederland [The Netherlands Internet Domain Registration Foundation]) regulations.
These regulations can be inspected overhere
Every domain you register under this TLD via the EUR must be registered for a period of at least one year. All domain registrations are automatically extended if not cancelled. A notice period of three months must be observed when cancelling the domain registration. DNS management and/or email relaying for domains accommodated at the university are not mandated and/or delegated.