Erasmus University Rotterdam

Burgemeester Oudlaan 50, 3062 PA Rotterdam, Netherlands


(Updated as of Aug 27, 2018)

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What does Erasmus University Rotterdam stand for?

Erasmus University Rotterdam is a public univesity and one of the largest foremost academic medical centers and trauma centers in the Netherlands. In 1973, the Medical Faculty Rotterdam and the Netherlands School of Economics merged to become Erasmus University Rotterdam – the first university in the Netherlands named after a person, a man to whom Rotterdam owes the reputation it has held for centuries in the academic world.

The university has seven faculties and focuses on Health, Wealth, Governance and Culture. It offers a broad range of Bachelor's programmes in Dutch and English which international can take these programmes. Students also can choose from different types of Master prgrammes , Research Master programmes, Post-experience and professional Master's programmes and Doctorates programmes education that taught in English. 

Erasmus University was ranked among top ten business school in Europe by Financial Times, ranked by Times Higher Education as 20th in Europe and 72nd in the world, with its social sciences as 40th and clinical health as 35th in the world.

Notable Alumni:
Business Studies

  • Cor Herkströter (former chairman Royal Dutch Shell)
  • Herman Heinsbroek (former Minister of Economic Affairs; founder, Arcade Records)
  • Maarten Fontein (former CEO, AFC Ajax)
  • Frans Muller (CEO, Delhaize Group)
  • Jan Tinbergen (first winner of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences)
  • Cor Herkströter (chairman of DSM, former chairman of Royal Dutch Shell)
  • Eduard Bomhoff (former Dutch Minister of Health, Welfare and Sport and Deputy Prime Minister)
  • Prince Johan-Friso of Orange-Nassau (2nd son of Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands)
  • Peter Nijkamp (professor of regional economics, recipient of the Spinozapremie)
  • Jeroen van der Veer (CEO, Royal Dutch Shell)
  • Onno Ruding (former vice-chairman, Citibank; former board member, ABN AMRO; former Minister of Finance in the Netherlands; former executive director of the IMF)
  • Frans Weisglas (former president of the House of Representatives of the Netherlands)
  • Jan Kees de Jager (former Dutch Minister of Finance)
  • Henri Termeer (president, CEO and chairman of Genzyme)
  • Albert Winsemius (long-time economic advisor to Singapore)
  • Antoine van Agtmael (former economist of the World Bank; coined the term emerging markets)
  • Jan Pronk (former Minister for Development Cooperation and Minister of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment)
  • Cees Veerman (former Minister of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality)
  • Ruud Lubbers (former Dutch Prime Minister and UN High Commissioner)
  • Jan Pronk (former Dutch minister and UN Special Representative)
  • Supachai Panitchpakdi (WTO Director-General, 2002–2005)
  • Johan Witteveen (managing director IMF, 1973–1978 and first chairman of the Group of Thirty)
  • Mohammad Hatta (a proclamator of Indonesia's independence, 1st vice-president and prime minister of the Republic of Indonesia)
  • Neelie Kroes (European Commissioner)
  • Meles Zenawi (prime minister of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia)
  • Zoran Jolevski (Macedonian Ambassador to the United States and negotiator of Macedonia naming dispute)
  • Paul Zimmerman (councillor, Hong Kong's Southern District Council)
  • Melanie Schultz van Haegen (Minister of Infrastructure and the Environment)
  • Stefan Aartsen (former Dutch butterfly swimmer)
  • Aart Jan de Geus (deputy secretary-general of the OECD and former Minister of Social Affairs and Employment of the Netherlands)
  • Marianne Thieme (well known Dutch animal activist and politician)
  • Fatima Moreira de Melo (former Dutch field hockey international)
  • Jacques Cohen (embryologist, director at reprogenetics)
  • Lilianne Ploumen (minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation 2012-2017; member House of Representatives; studied social history)
  • Ronald van Raak (member House of Representatives of the Netherlands and non-fiction writer; studied social history and philosophy)
  • Maria Lynn Ehren (Miss Universe Thailand 2017)

What are the tuition & fees for students at Erasmus University Rotterdam?

Tuition and miscellaneous fees vary by program and course.

Bachelor's degree: USD 11 to 14,000 (Per Year)
Master's degree: USD 2,400 to 73,000 (Per Year)

For a complete list of details, please send an inquiry here.

Where is Erasmus University Rotterdam located?

(Updated as of Dec 14, 2018)

Burgemeester Oudlaan 50, 3062 PA Rotterdam, Netherlands
Contact Number
+3110 408 1111
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