Erasmus School of Economics

Part of Erasmus University Rotterdam

Burgemeester Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam

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With five English-taught undergraduate programs offered, Erasmus School of Economics strives to become the best in its disciplines (economics, econometrics) and seeks to achieve excellence both in its research and teaching. This can be measured by its performance in rankings. Erasmus School of Economics is the natural choice for everyone to study economics in a broad sense, for academics to make progress in relevant and challenging research, for alumni to meet and greet, and for government and firms to seek reliable advice.

The School enjoys great acclaim in the Netherlands and abroad for its fundamental and applied scientific research. Its two graduate schools, Erasmus Research School of Management (ERIM) and the Tinbergen Institute (TI) are among the very best research institutes and graduate schools in the world.

Erasmus School of Economics strategically has a clear focus on economics. All faculty members are involved in both research and teaching. This allows the Erasmus School of Economics to thrive. Just as they were 100 years ago, the economists are the pounding heart of Erasmus University Rotterdam.

Based in Rotterdam, Europe’s economic and logistics centre, Erasmus School of Economics has provided excellent education and produced excellent research for over a century. Graduates of Erasmus School of Economics are ideally equipped for success in the business community, government positions and research anywhere in the world.

 

 

Students can take advantage of the wealth of facilities and services available at Erasmus School of Economics, including:

University library

The university library is equipped with the cutting-edge technology where students have access to over one million books, journals and articles, including e-books and e-journals. Students also benefit from the Training and Support Portal which offers e-learning, workshops and academic workload support, as well as individual project rooms that can be reserved. 

Erasmus Data Service Center (EDSC)

Students and faculty can use the EDSC to acquire necessary research data solutions and support for their studies (including manuals, workshops and individual support).

Exchange opportunities

To enhance your academic career and international outlook, students can take part in exchange programs with Erasmus School of Economics’ partner universities all across the globe, from the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina to Western Sydney University in Australia. 

On-campus amenities

Students can pick up groceries in between lectures or spend a couple of hours having a catch up with friends over a coffee and cake in one of the school’s many eateries, café and supermarkets.

There’s also an on-campus hair salon, bookstore, ATM and bike repair shop! You can discover more of the school’s campus hotspots here.

Erasmus School of Economics encourages a positive work/life balance for all students through a number of cultural, social and sporting activities, including:

Student housing

Whilst approximately 25 percent of student housing spaces are held each year for international students, most students tend to live off campus in private housing. Erasmus School of Economics’ housing team is on hand to offer help and support when it comes to finding suitable accommodation. For more information about student housing, click here.









If you’re an international student who’s interested in studying at Erasmus School of Economics, you’ll need to visit the school’s website and click on your desired program to find out how you can apply, and what the specific entry requirements are.

Browse admission requirements for bachelor’s degree.

Apply for a bachelor’s degree here.

Browse admission requirements for master’s degree.

Apply for a master’s degree here.

Erasmus Trust Fund and Erasmus School of Economics Scholarship


Tuition fees

Tuition fees also vary between programs and levels of study. Bachelor degree tuition fees range between €2,143 and €9,300, whilst MSc programs range between €2,143 and €15,200. You can find out more information about tuition fees for bachelor’s degrees and master’s degrees on the Erasmus School of Economics website.

To help with tuition fees and living costs, Erasmus School of Economics offers a number of scholarships and additional financial funding for international students. Options include:

Erasmus Education Fund (EEF)

Erasmus School of Economics Student Waiver for excellent students from non-EEA countries

Holland Scholarship Erasmus University

For a general overview of the school’s scholarships, click here.

Many successful careers have started at Erasmus School of Economics. Most Erasmus graduates find employment within three months of graduating and have gone on to make outstanding contributions in science, government and business

About

With five English-taught undergraduate programs offered, Erasmus School of Economics strives to become the best in its disciplines (economics, econometrics) and seeks to achieve excellence both in its research and teaching. This can be measured by its performance in rankings. Erasmus School of Economics is the natural choice for everyone to study economics in a broad sense, for academics to make progress in relevant and challenging research, for alumni to meet and greet, and for government and firms to seek reliable advice.

The School enjoys great acclaim in the Netherlands and abroad for its fundamental and applied scientific research. Its two graduate schools, Erasmus Research School of Management (ERIM) and the Tinbergen Institute (TI) are among the very best research institutes and graduate schools in the world.

Erasmus School of Economics strategically has a clear focus on economics. All faculty members are involved in both research and teaching. This allows the Erasmus School of Economics to thrive. Just as they were 100 years ago, the economists are the pounding heart of Erasmus University Rotterdam.

Based in Rotterdam, Europe’s economic and logistics centre, Erasmus School of Economics has provided excellent education and produced excellent research for over a century. Graduates of Erasmus School of Economics are ideally equipped for success in the business community, government positions and research anywhere in the world.

 

 

Students can take advantage of the wealth of facilities and services available at Erasmus School of Economics, including:

University library

The university library is equipped with the cutting-edge technology where students have access to over one million books, journals and articles, including e-books and e-journals. Students also benefit from the Training and Support Portal which offers e-learning, workshops and academic workload support, as well as individual project rooms that can be reserved. 

Erasmus Data Service Center (EDSC)

Students and faculty can use the EDSC to acquire necessary research data solutions and support for their studies (including manuals, workshops and individual support).

Exchange opportunities

To enhance your academic career and international outlook, students can take part in exchange programs with Erasmus School of Economics’ partner universities all across the globe, from the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina to Western Sydney University in Australia. 

On-campus amenities

Students can pick up groceries in between lectures or spend a couple of hours having a catch up with friends over a coffee and cake in one of the school’s many eateries, café and supermarkets.

There’s also an on-campus hair salon, bookstore, ATM and bike repair shop! You can discover more of the school’s campus hotspots here.

Erasmus School of Economics encourages a positive work/life balance for all students through a number of cultural, social and sporting activities, including:

Student housing

Whilst approximately 25 percent of student housing spaces are held each year for international students, most students tend to live off campus in private housing. Erasmus School of Economics’ housing team is on hand to offer help and support when it comes to finding suitable accommodation. For more information about student housing, click here.









If you’re an international student who’s interested in studying at Erasmus School of Economics, you’ll need to visit the school’s website and click on your desired program to find out how you can apply, and what the specific entry requirements are.

Browse admission requirements for bachelor’s degree.

Apply for a bachelor’s degree here.

Browse admission requirements for master’s degree.

Apply for a master’s degree here.

Erasmus Trust Fund and Erasmus School of Economics Scholarship


Tuition fees

Tuition fees also vary between programs and levels of study. Bachelor degree tuition fees range between €2,143 and €9,300, whilst MSc programs range between €2,143 and €15,200. You can find out more information about tuition fees for bachelor’s degrees and master’s degrees on the Erasmus School of Economics website.

To help with tuition fees and living costs, Erasmus School of Economics offers a number of scholarships and additional financial funding for international students. Options include:

Erasmus Education Fund (EEF)

Erasmus School of Economics Student Waiver for excellent students from non-EEA countries

Holland Scholarship Erasmus University

For a general overview of the school’s scholarships, click here.

Many successful careers have started at Erasmus School of Economics. Most Erasmus graduates find employment within three months of graduating and have gone on to make outstanding contributions in science, government and business

University highlights

QS WUR Ranking By Subject

  • 2016
    #40
  • 2017
    #44
  • 2018
    #=50

Ranking criteria

75.7
Overall
76.7
Academic Reputation
71.3
Employer Reputation
73.4
H-index Citations
80.3
Citations per Paper

Student & Staff

QS Stars is a rating system that helps you select the right university based on your interests. It provides a detailed look at an institution, identifying which universities rate highest in the specific topics that matter to you, like facilities, graduate employability, social responsibility, inclusiveness, and more.

Campus locations

Erasmus University Rotterdam,

Burgemeester Oudlaan 50 , Rotterdam , Netherlands , 3062 PA

English language requirements