Students of the Maritime Economics & Logistics programme have full access to the excellent services and facilities of Erasmus University Rotterdam. For more general information about (studying in) The Netherlands the student is recommended to visit this website. Students have access to the following facilities and services:
There are many things that you need to arrange when you decide to study abroad. Finding a place to live is obviously one of the most important things. Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) realizes that it may be difficult to arrange housing in a city you don’t know yet. Therefore EUR website will give you several options for housing in Rotterdam.
The monthly rent will differ per option. The amount differs between € 450.00 and € 800.00 per month for students that are willing to live in a furnished student accommodation offered by specialized housing companies. For more information please visit the EUR website.
The university library features different facilities like:
Please visit the EUR website for more information about the university library.
The Erasmus University Rotterdam holds a wide range of different computer facilities. These computer facility include computer areas but also online and offline ICT support. Please visit the website for more information.
Erasmus Sport provides more than 50 different sports, such as Tennis, Squash, Pilates, Zumba, Spinning, Kickboxing and Fitness. You can join most of the activities freely throughout the year.
Also most of the 25 student sports clubs offer the possibility to compete: from Golf to Hockey and from Lacrosse to Tennis. In addition to this various sporting events will be organized throughout the year in the Erasmus Sports Center. For more information visit the website.
In 1994, the Erasmus Expo & Conference Cente opened its doors on Woudestein campus, Erasmus University Rotterdam. The easily accessible Expo & Conference Centre is a modern conference building with a wide array of facilities.
The conference centre consists of halls of varying sizes and possibilities. All halls are accessible to the disabled. Visit the website for more information.
At the virtual international office different tip and tricks are given to get you off to the right start. It also introduces you to different organizations that can help you to make the best out of your study experience in Rotterdam. Visit the website for more information.