A real corner of old Rotterdam, lined with canals and lined with charming Dutch houses. This area managed to survive during the Second World War and retain its historical appearance. There is an old brewery, a real windmill, many nice shops and cafes. In this place you can have a very pleasant time and enjoy the spirit of the past.
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
+31 10 408 1111
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Joost Francien Verbaan
The campus of the EUR is beautiful. Lots of students bars restaurants facilities groceries as well as faculties this campus is really nice to spend time.
State of the art facilities. Welcoming environment and excellent professors this is a place to evolve.
definetly a ok university if your dutch, in all other cases look for something else.
Nice school and campus. Id like study here. A bit too much concrete
Awful, terrible, most disorganised
organisation to exist. Would not
recommend any students to study
here after the most arduous and
stressful experience of my adult life.
Being an international student, you'd
think the student service centre wou.. Read more »ld
be a little more accommodating and
helpful, but instead they spit in your
face like they don't owe you anything
(after you've paid thousands of euros)
Oh, you have a question about the very university they are employed by? Forget it, they’ll send you to someone else who’ll send you to someone else until you’re back where you started. They have no consideration for the
fact that some students have to work
during their degrees and they don't
even blink when you tell them it's
impossible to find somewhere to live,
even just a bed, not one bit of
sympathy. Erasmus University of Rotterdam does not care one bit about your student experience and it does not come anywhere close to its ‘prestigious’ reputation.
The prices for "Master Governance of Migration and Diversity, Tuition fees (2022-2023)":
"€2,209 (Statutory fee: Dutch / EEA students)
€12,400 (Institutional fee: Dutch / EEA students)
€15,700 (Institutional fee: non-EE.. Read more »A students)"
the paradox of non-diversity and discrimination in a master's degree that should be the opposite.
This review is for Erasmus School of Economics (ESE)
The university’s academic reputation is unmatched to its public image. It dropped out of top 200 in the QS ranking this year, scoring only 35 in “academic reputation” on the late.. Read more »st QS ranking, compared with UVA’s 82, Leiden’s 68 and Groningen’s 51. I wish I looked it up beforehand. Yet it makes you wonder where the toxic arrogance of the professors come from. The bad quality is reflected in your daily student life. Ask an alumnus you'd hear a rap sheet of complaints. Due to character limit, I won’t list them all here.
Many "professors" are lingering on steam power when the second industrial revolution has arrived. They primarily engage in a special discipline called “the science of paper production”. Don’t you dare to cast doubts, you will be met with a “We are omnipotent and infallible” attitude. In my opinion this school has very little to offer to students or to science.
Currently there is hardly any system of evaluation taking into account the perspectives of students. Making a sound choice of a university is like buying a lottery ticket. Most of the rankings such as the Times ranking only take into consideration indicators such as citations or research papers per staff, which have nothing to do with education. It’s like when buying stocks, you are not allowed to verify how the company is doing in its primary operations. Instead, you are presented with the company CEO’s credentials and net assets. Buying the wrong stocks cost you money, going to the wrong university costs you time and your future. Customer service doesn't exist to students - the customers of the education industry. If schools couldn't issue diplomas, who would still go to schools? Today, you can learn almost everything from the internet. It makes you wonder how much longer the current system may continue to exist.
How do we distinguish real scientists from “paper producers”? All scientific research can be roughly put into two categories: 1) establish abstract theories via deductions from real-life observations - the job of mathematicians and physicists 2) Apply abstract theories to solve real-life problems - the job of various engineers. Kepler and Newton used astronomical data to create laws of planetary motion and law of universal gravitation – abstract theorists; James Watt created the steam engine based on theories of mechanics – an applicant of theories. Besides these ppl, all the so-called scientists can be defined as “paper producers”.
There is a pressing need to separate teaching from research because enlightening souls and scientific research are utterly different tasks requiring different skill sets. For the sake of mankind's future, the return of higher education and research to their original purposes is a pressing matter. Let lecturers be real educators, not paper producers. Scientific research should be driven by curiosity and the freedom to explore, not papers.
Great education. Got my master in Business Administration. Especially liked the teachers and the research & consultancy assignments in cooperation with companies. Would have loved to have onsite living accommodations at the campus…
Did my masters in Urban management and Development from this prestigious university. It's always a part of me and really love it
It’s a beautiful school. The environment is absolutely study friendly and the facilities are good. When it’s sunset, try take a walk in the campus and this might release from a tight day or busy work.
It’s a good institution
Great campus facilities
My Alma Mater ?? and now the place where we have our office @Erasmus Enterprise.
A great place to live and study. Incredible campus and incredible people !
The uni looks so different during this pandemic. Stay safe!
Amazing place that brings people together! It has many places to eat, drink, study and just be on your own.