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A prestigious new progression university for the Holland International Study Centre

10 May 2017

Holland International Study Centre is proud to introduce its new progression university – Erasmus University Rotterdam.

Students aiming to progress to Erasmus University Rotterdam will complete the International Foundation Year – Business and Management at the Holland International Study Centre in Amsterdam.

High-ranking university

Erasmus University Rotterdam is known throughout the world for the quality of its education and research programme. It is 69th in The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2016-17.

In the world top 20 for Business and Economics

The University is ranked 17th in the world for Business and Economics*. Students have two progression degree options:

  • BSc in Economics and Business Economics taught at the School of Economics
  • BSc International Business Administration (IBA) taught at Rotterdam School of Management.

Rotterdam School of Management is AACSB, EQUIS, and AMBA accredited, and the School of Economics offers excellent career prospects and opportunities to study abroad.

Great career prospects

Rotterdam is one of the biggest ports in Europe. This has encouraged several multinational companies to make the city their base. Companies located in the Rotterdam area include Unilever, Shell, PwC, ING, McDonald’s. The Orientation Year for Graduates Seeking Employment allows students to spend up to one year looking for work in Holland. Once they’ve found a job, they can stay as long as they have that job.

Affordable choice

It makes economical as well as academic and career sense to study here. The fees offer excellent value for money, with a three-year BSc taught in English costing only €8,900 per year.

Exciting student city

The Erasmus International Student Network (ESN) organises social programmes, trips, debates and cultural events, on and off campus. Rotterdam has a diverse, international atmosphere that makes students feel at home from the moment they arrive. Its slogan is ‘don’t think, act!’. People here develop new and creative ideas every day. The city is well connected to the rest of the world, with its own airport and excellent train links within mainland Europe, to destinations such as Paris and Brussels.

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* The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2016-17

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