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Student Associations

AEGEE-Rotterdam
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AEGEE is one of Europe’s biggest interdisciplinary student organizations. We offer you many options for cheap travelling throughout Europe, and in Rotterdam we offer you a taste of the Rotterdam student life! We travel together to discover the different cultures in Europe, as AEGEE is located in more than 150 university cities in more than 40 different European countries! With us, you have many opportunities to join exchanges with other cities, to learn about other European cultures and meet people you normally probably wouldn’t get to know. In Rotterdam we also offer you many social events and activities for our members and young people who are interested in AEGEE. This includes regular social drinks, traveling abroad, workshops and many other fun activities.
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AIESEC in Rotterdam
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AIESEC is a global platform for young people to explore and develop their leadership potential. We are a non-partisan, independent, not-for-profit organization run by students and recent graduates of institutions of higher education. Its members are interested in world issues, leadership and management. AIESEC does not discriminate on the basis of ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion or national/social origin. Since we were founded, we have engaged and developed over 1,000,000 young people through an AIESEC experience. The impact of our organization can be seen through our alumni who represent business, NGO and world leaders. As for example one Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Martti Ahtisaari of Finland. AIESEC (pronounced eye-sek) was originally an acronym coming from French. Standing for “Association Internationale des Étudiants en Sciences Économiques et Commerciales”. AIESEC is no longer used as an acronym but simply as the name of the organization. Members of AIESEC are known as “AIESECers.” AIESEC is a global network of young leaders under the age of 30, collectively striving to better ourselves and the communities around us. We are passionate about world issues, leadership development, cultural understanding and experiential learning. The organization spans +100 countries and territories in total. In all of those every aspect of AIESEC’s operations are managed by students and recent graduates. We have operated in this way since our inception, making us uniquely “by young people, for young people”, for over 65 years. The global leadership teams are elected by the membership annually.
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AIESEC in Rotterdam
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AIESEC is a global platform for young people to explore and develop their leadership potential. We are a non-partisan, independent, not-for-profit organization run by students and recent graduates of institutions of higher education. Its members are interested in world issues, leadership and management. AIESEC does not discriminate on the basis of ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion or national/social origin. Since we were founded, we have engaged and developed over 1,000,000 young people through an AIESEC experience. The impact of our organization can be seen through our alumni who represent business, NGO and world leaders. As for example one Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Martti Ahtisaari of Finland. AIESEC (pronounced eye-sek) was originally an acronym coming from French. Standing for “Association Internationale des Étudiants en Sciences Économiques et Commerciales”. AIESEC is no longer used as an acronym but simply as the name of the organization. Members of AIESEC are known as “AIESECers.” AIESEC is a global network of young leaders under the age of 30, collectively striving to better ourselves and the communities around us. We are passionate about world issues, leadership development, cultural understanding and experiential learning. The organization spans +100 countries and territories in total. In all of those every aspect of AIESEC’s operations are managed by students and recent graduates. We have operated in this way since our inception, making us uniquely “by young people, for young people”, for over 65 years. The global leadership teams are elected by the membership annually.
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Amnesty Int Student Group Rotterdam (AISR)
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We are the Amnesty International Student Group Rotterdam (AISR), a local student group supporting Amnesty International and an ally in the fight for human rights. Amnesty International is a global movement of more than 7 million people who take injustice personally. Amnesty International Student Group Rotterdam was founded on February 16th, 2016. Our student association consists of creative and ambitious students of the Erasmus University Rotterdam who want to fight for human rights and stop injustice throughout the world. AISR wants to stop torture, cruelty, inhumane or degrading treatment and release people who have been jailed just for speaking out their minds. We want to protect those whose human rights have been violated across the world. AISR will create opportunities where one can gain knowledge about human rights. We also strive to improve awareness among students about human rights violations. We will provide a platform for young activists where one can come in contact with people who also want to fight for their beliefs. We organize unique and different human right inspred events like lectures, film screenings, pub quizzes and much more. AISR will create the space where one can empower him or herself to develop the skills and attitudes that promote equality and dignity. Do you also want to stand up for human rights, organize events and be a part of an active, joyful and enthusiastic student group? If you would like to become a member, go to our website. We believe in a world where human rights are enjoyed by all. 'It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness.' - Old Chinese proverb
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C.S.V. Ichthus Rotterdam
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CSV Ichthus Rotterdam is a Christian student association with about 60 members. Every week we organize activities together, such as an Ichthus evening with the entire association or a Bible circle evening with a smaller group. All year round there are all kinds of extra activities, such as a barbecue, game evening, gala, dinner or a weekend away. Please feel free to contact us and drop by to get a taste of the atmosphere!
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CSA-EUR
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CSA-EUR CSA-EUR stands for the Chinese Student Association Erasmus University Rotterdam. CSA-EUR is the student association that interacts with those that share the same interests in Chinese culture or business. Acting as a window between China and the Netherlands, the Chinese Student Association (CSA-EUR) brings multiple cultures and talents together. CSA-EUR is a formal student organization at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam, one of the top universities in Europe. One of its biggest faculties is the Rotterdam School of Management, with a ranking among the top 30 of business schools all around the world (Financial Times). History CSA-EUR is a student association which was founded by Chinese students in the autumn of 2004 (officially established in 2005) at the Erasmus University Rotterdam and is mainly intended for students who have interest in the Chinese culture. The initiative sprung from the lack of a Chinese student association at the University and moreover the presence of numerous other ethnic student associations and a large Chinese community at the university to boot. The founders felt there was a void and we believe that not only the Chinese community, but both the university as a whole and the city of Rotterdam, The Netherlands deserves and needs such a cultural and social ‘enhancement’. Therefore, the founders took the initiative of providing us with a student association that is aimed at being a social, cultural and educational as well as a career-wise enrichment of undeniably the most important and joyful period of your life: your studying years. The founders of CSA-EUR are: Ka Chun, Steven, Lok, Panayu, Poke and Wyu; all of which are Erasmus Students and some of which became members of the board. Since then we have developed into one of the biggest associations on campus, with approximately 2400 members of well over 80 different nationalities. Our community consists of different nationalities; Dutch, Chinese and other international students. The association creates an environment for its members that is aimed at being a social, cultural, educational as well as a career-wise enrichment during one of the most important and joyful periods of your studying life.
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Caring Universities
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Caring Universities offers free online services to improve student’s mental wellbeing. Caring Universities is an initiative aimed at improving students’ mental health. The Mind-Health Check gives insight into the problems students face, so relevant e-health interventions can be developed and offered for free.
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Cedo Nulli
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Cedo Nulli is the study association of the Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences (Psychology, Public Administration, Sociology, Management of International Social Challenges and Pedagogical Sciences) at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. We have over 2000 members and more than 100 active members, organising activities for students as a part of a committee. Over the last few years and in the coming years, both our faculty and Erasmus University Rotterdam as a whole have been working on appealing to a more international audience. More and more programs, bachelor and master, are being taught in English, attracting international students from all over the globe. We as Cedo Nulli want to be the study association for the whole faculty, not just the Dutch-speaking part of it. That is why we are planning on becoming more internationally orientated, with activities and information in English.
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Convergence
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A collaboration between the Erasmus University, TU Delft and the Erasmus Medical Centre.
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Delft Centre for Entrepreneurship
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The Delft Centre for Entrepreneurship (DCE), part of Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, is responsible for the provision of educational programs and conducts research programs related to starting new technology-based ventures or entrepreneurial projects within established organisations. The programs are available at bachelor's, master and PhD level as well as several online programs and executive courses. Students from all faculties of TU Delft can enrol in DCE courses. DCE focuses on technology-based entrepreneurship and embraces various research approaches, methods and teaching techniques. DCE currently has 9 full-time faculty members and together with scientists, teachers and entrepreneurs from TU Delft, the tech-incubator YES!Delft, the Innovation and Impact Centre and Delft Enterprises the centre engage engineering students to contribute to the vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem of TU Delft. The activities of DCE rest on three pillars: (1) Education in Technology Entrepreneurship; (2) Research in Technology Entrepreneurship; (3) Entrepreneurial activities in practice. The cross-fertilization of the three pillars is vital to enhancing entrepreneurship education and preserving its quality at the highest level, as well as providing nascent entrepreneurs with the latest developments and insights. In doing so, it is important to engage with experts from industry to obtain the latest insights and share these with students, young entrepreneurs and researchers.
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ECOcoin
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ECO coins are tokens that promote sustainability You can earn ECO coins by taking actions that contribute towards a sustainable future. Think alternative transport options, conscious food choices and smarter use of energy. Learn how our actions impact the planet, and in return be rewarded with ECO coins. Participate in workshops, visit online learning environments and increase your knowledge and understanding of the challenges we face today as incentives to earn ECO! ‍ As a reward, you can trade the ECO coins you have earned for a range of inspiring products, services, or experiences. Exchange your good actions for tickets to eco-friendly events; drive an electric car for the weekend; or receive discounts on subscriptions. You can even donate your ECO coins to a charitable organization. The ECO coin is a proven system to track, measure, and reward your journey in sustainability. So, you can do good, and get paid!
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EFR - Economic Faculty association Rotterdam
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With over 6000 members, EFR is one of the most active and most professional study associations of the Netherlands. From academic events, to recruitment occasions and social gatherings; we bridge the gap between theory and practice. Each year, we organise various activities and events for students of the Erasmus School of Economics, as well as other students of the Erasmus University. Among other things, we offer the cheapest books, provide study support, and organise social events to help students feel at home in Rotterdam. We also help prepare you for the labour market, bring you in touch with your future employer, and enhance your student experience.
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ESN-Rotterdam
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.About us Welcome to Rotterdam! Our office is open every working day from 12:00 – 15:00. In between those times you are always welcome to drop by for anything you need. Whether you have a question, a problem, want to sign up for our events or just want to drink a coffee together, we’re here for you! Another option is to send an email to: info@esn-rotterdam.nl In our office we can help you with some practicalities as well to get you started here in Rotterdam! We can offer you a free sim card and a public transportation card (€10 deposit). Next to that, you can get your ESNcard (€15). With this card you can get discounts within Rotterdam and Europe (for the travelers). For instance, you can get a voucher for discount on an Erasmus Sport Pass (limited availability), discount on your Ryan Air flights and multiple discounts on our own events. Where? The office of ESN-Rotterdam is situated in the P building, Room 64 (PT-064). The P-building is situated on the campus of the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Use the stairs leading into the lower level garden next to c-hall to enter. When? The ESN office is opened every weekday from 12:00 to 15:00. For exceptions on specific days, check the Google business hours. The ​Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is the largest international student organization in Rotterdam. We aim to enhance the experiences of all internationally minded students in Rotterdam by building a strong international community. Thousands of students attend our events every year. These events include city trips, weekly and monthly parties, sports tournaments, open stage nights, introduction days, dinners, movie nights, active members events, and many more. In addition, ESN-Rotterdam offers the EUR-buddy programme to all new students. Every student, international or Dutch, is welcome to join our community and organisation. We would love to meet you!
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EUC Sustainability Co.
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We are the Sustainability Committee of Erasmus University College Student Association in Rotterdam. We work together with students and external partners to create a more sustainable and nature respecting environment in our community. Through educational talks, information spreading and activistic events we try to give students a platform to expand, or start their environmental journey. This website acts as an archive for resources, past events, etc, in order to make it easier for students to access and find information. Check out our past events and the Rotterdam Sustainability Guide!
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EUR-Roadrunners
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Welcome! The EUR-Roadrunners is the student running club of Rotterdam. The group consists of enthusiastic and sportive university and Hogeschool students, who like to improve their running skills and enjoy running with a group. Does this sound interesting to you? Read further! Trainings - Mondays @6:45 on the track (Langepad 16) - Wednesdays @6:45 starting at ErasmusSport Social activities - Races of the month - Drinks every other Monday - Monthly dinners and bonding activities - Annual trip abroad
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Eastern European Students Association
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The Eastern European Students Association is an official student association recognised by the Erasmus University in Rotterdam. Our main goals are to unite all the different Eastern European cultures and integrate them into the Dutch society. We have members from all over Eastern Europe as well as members from outside Eastern Europe that are simply interested in our cultures. We exist out of 5 committees: Marketing, Career/ Educational, Social, City- Trip and Cultural. By providing our members with exceptional events and a community, we’ve been able to grow substantially throughout the years. Take a look through our site to learn more about what we have to offer.
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Edible EUR
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Edible EUR stands for utilizing green spaces on and around campus to produce delicious fruits, nuts and vegetables in a sustainable way The Erasmus University aims to be a sustainable university Sustainable living starts with fulfilling your own primary needs Educating ourselves and engaging in food production is essential in developing ourselves as strong and responsible citizens in the world. Why not start right where we are?
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Enactus EUR
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Enactus is an international non-governmental organization dedicated to inspiring students to improve the world through entrepreneurial action. We provide a platform for teams of outstanding university students to create community development projects that put people’s own ingenuity and talents at the centre of improving their livelihoods. Guided by educators and supported by business leaders, our students take the kind of entrepreneurial approach that empowers people to be a part of their own success. Our work transforms both the lives of the people we serve, and in turn, the lives of our students as they develop into more effective, values-driven leaders. ENACTUS EUR The Enactus team from Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) is one of the largest and most multicultural in the Netherlands. We aim to use our skills, diversity and energy to make Rotterdam a better place for all. Since 2007, Enactus EUR develops social ventures to answer local needs, always aiming to make them self-sustainable within a few years.
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Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship Students
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.The Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship is the leading centre for entrepreneurship in Europe. Fueled by our belief that entrepreneurship is the primary driver for innovation, we strive to embed entrepreneurship in the DNA of people by applying the knowledge and network of Erasmus University Rotterdam, a university founded by entrepreneurs more than 100 years ago. With our team consisting of highly-motivated staff, four full professors and 35+ academic trainers and researchers on entrepreneurship, – varying from strategic leadership, ambidexterity, entrepreneurial finance, (open) innovation management, entrepreneurship economics and corporate venturing – we offer our clients insight into their corporate entrepreneurship capabilities through scans and monitoring the effectiveness of innovation programmes via our Leading Innovation Excellence programme. Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship develops and executes entrepreneurship courses on Bachelor, Master and MBA level for multiple universities throughout the Netherlands and thereby awakens entrepreneurial talent at 10.000 students every year. These training and development programmes often take place at our learning environment, situated in the Rotterdam Science Tower at the heart of the Rotterdam Makers District. Our own entrepreneurship campus covers more than 10,000 m2, is the home base for our community of 100+ innovative companies, and attracts over 30.000 visitors every year for countless events. Through our community we have a clear picture of the start and growth factors of companies; we monitor and research fast growing companies, scale-ups, and present the results in the annual Scale-up Dashboard. Every year 100+ entrepreneurs start their company in our Erasmus Startup Programmes resulting in an alumni base of 500+ entrepreneurs. At our current 7 floors (and counting) we host initiatives as the PortXL accelerator (Port of Rotterdam), Life Sciences & Health hub (ErasmusMC), and Startup Floor (Get in the Ring), thereby facilitating cross-over learning within these sectors. Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship is initiated by Rotterdam School of Management and Erasmus School of Economics and 100% part of the Erasmus University Rotterdam.
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Erasmus Charity Run
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.Erasmus Charity Run April 10th, 2022! Participate in the Erasmus Charity Run on April 10th 2022, official part of the Rotterdam Marathon #DEMOOISTE. Finish at the Coolsingel in front of an euphoric crowd. Run for charity: give students an opportunity to study at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Rotterdam, where else?! Run for scholarships With the Erasmus Charity Run, we are giving students from all over the world an opportunity to study at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Together, we contribute by giving our time and energy to raising money for as many student scholarships as we can. Will you help us by making a donation? You can support us!
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Erasmus Dance Society
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ERASMUS DANCE SOCIETY IS THE LARGEST AND OLDEST (32 YEARS AND COUNTING) COMMUNITY OF DANCING STUDENTS IN THE NETHERLANDS! WE AIM TO INSPIRE OUR MEMBERS TO LOVE DANCING AS MUCH AS WE DO THROUGH A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT DANCE CLASSES AND MUCH MORE! NEVER DANCED BEFORE? NO PROBLEM! WE’VE GOT CLASSES AND BOOTCAMPS FOR ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS TO PROS. JOIN US AT OUR FREE OPEN CLASSES TO GET A TASTE OF OUR CLASSES. AT ERASMUS DANCE SOCIETY WE ARE A FAMILY!
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Erasmus Dance Society
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ERASMUS DANCE SOCIETY IS THE LARGEST AND OLDEST (32 YEARS AND COUNTING) COMMUNITY OF DANCING STUDENTS IN THE NETHERLANDS! WE AIM TO INSPIRE OUR MEMBERS TO LOVE DANCING AS MUCH AS WE DO THROUGH A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT DANCE CLASSES AND MUCH MORE! NEVER DANCED BEFORE? NO PROBLEM! WE’VE GOT CLASSES AND BOOTCAMPS FOR ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS TO PROS. JOIN US AT OUR FREE OPEN CLASSES TO GET A TASTE OF OUR CLASSES. AT ERASMUS DANCE SOCIETY WE ARE A FAMILY!
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Erasmus Debating Society (EDS)
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.The Erasmus Debating Society is an open and informal society, attracting its membership mostly from Erasmus University students. We have many international members and our weekly debating evenings are generally conducted in English. The society also organises many workshops and social activities for its members. Such as a member weekend, halloween night and Christmas dinner. External events include the well-known DAPDI, a yearly training event with Oxford tutors. Also, we successfully revived the European Universities Debating Championships in 1999. Come join us on Monday evenings at 18:30 in T3-16 (Mandeville Building) on campus. Check out our website and other pages for more information and updates. The Erasmus Debating Society (EDS) is an independent Rotterdam-based debating society. Founded in 1989, it has become one of Europe’s most successful and well-known debating societies. Members of the Erasmus Debating Society regularly participate in international debating competitions. In the category of English as a Second Language, our debaters won the World Universities Debating Championships in 2006. Erasmus University three times became a European Champion in the same category (2001, 2003 and 2005). Moreover, members of our society consistently won the Dutch Championships (1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2011). If you have any questions for us about your membership, send us a email.
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Erasmus Extreme Sports Association
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Erasmus Extreme Sports Association is Erasmus University of Rotterdam’s extreme sports student association founded in 2014. We are dedicated to uniting people through our shared love for extreme sports, adventure, and challenge. We organize various already traditional events throughout the year ranging from wakeboarding to paintballing, and we are constantly exploring new extreme activities to introduce to our members. Twice a year, we take our members on our grand trips to ski and surf. On the slopes and in the waves, covered in water and paintballs, we are driven to give our members the best experience possible, connect and socialize together. Our tight-knit community consists of more experienced extremers as well as absolute newbies. We encourage our community to get out of their comfort zone in the “field” and in daily life.
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Erasmus Food Lab
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.he Erasmus Food Lab is an organization aiming to promote and raise awareness about sustainable and healthy food. It is an experimental playground for research, teaching and marketing related to plant-based foods. We operate from the campus of the Erasmus University of Rotterdam. We aim to bring students, researchers, cooks, food entrepreneurs and professionals together in an academic surrounding. Together, we can find ways for mainstreaming and marketing plant-based foods. Find more about what we do in our FAQ section, our research section and workshop page.
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Erasmus Institute for Public Knowledge
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Erasmus Institute for Public Knowledge (EIPK) is an interdisciplinary research institute that seeks to foster and coordinate research on public issues and to forge links with extra-academic publics on these issues. It brings together scientists from the social sciences and the humanities and offers them a platform for exchange with other disciplines. EIPK has three main goals: To stimulate and coordinate interdisciplinary investigations into the contemporary articulations of issues of public concern To actively connect with various areas of the public, thereby furthering the production of public knowledge To establish and maintain an interdisciplinary knowledge infrastructure within Erasmus University Rotterdam by crafting and strengthening connections within the university, and by attracting and facilitating both internationally renowned fellows and young talent EIPK consists of several working groups that focus on specific public issues (see the home page for the current working groups). These working groups regularly convene in discussion meetings. EIPK regularly organizes seminars, public events, and conferences.
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Erasmus Language Sharing
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.We are Erasmus Language Sharing, or ELS in short. We offer the opportunity to learn more about a language and a culture in an interactive way. All our courses cost only €65! This includes costs for teaching material. The reason that we offer classes that are so affordable is our ‘for students, by students approach’. This allows for semi-professionals, who are EUR students and native speakers in the language they coach, to share their language and culture with other EUR students*.We offer courses three times a year; from October-December; from January to March; and from April to June. Dutch French German Mandarin Portuguese Japanese Spanish Swedish Korean Ukranian Each trimester lasts 10 weeks and classes are two hours, once a week. They take place at Erasmus University’s campus. The languages are offered at different levels (‘bases’) that you can sign up for depending on how advanced you already are in that language.
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Erasmus Multicultural Associations
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.The umbrella organization of the 12 multicultural student associations at EUR 📧 info@ema-eur.com Check out the Culture and Career Week⬇️ fb.me/e/256TuelXz
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Erasmus Pride
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Our Association Erasmus Pride has been around since 2011. We started as a network for students and employees of the Erasmus University Rotterdam. In 2020, we became an official association. If you're curious about how that went, you can check our news page. That made us the LGBTQ+ student association of Rotterdam. Once every two weeks, we host a social drink and throughout the year we organize an abundance of activities, like LGBTQ+ pub crawls, parties, movie nights, guest lectures and many more! The highlight of our year is the Rotterdam Pride in September, a week filled with the best events you don't want to miss. To keep the association running, we have a board that is in charge of the daily management. Each person in the board has their own tasks, but the main task is to let Erasmus Pride thrive. They are helped by our committees. Each committee is filled with active Erasmus Pride members that like to help Erasmus Pride and give back to the LGBTQ+ community. The people in the board and committees are changed every year, so everyone gets a fair chance to show and develop their skills in the management of the association. Next to our association being based around providing fun activities for our members, we have a crucial role in society. We work closely with the EUR to improve their diversity and inclusion policies. We are actively thinking of ways to educate people about the LGBTQ+ community and what better place to start than the academy. We are also active off campus. We are a member of the pride010-network, which is a collaboration of all the (big) LGBTQ+ organizations in Rotterdam. Together we make sure that the city is doing its best to provide safety for LGBTQ+ people and give advice to the municipality on their policies. So if you join Erasmus Pride, we make sure you'll have plenty of opportunities to have fun and relax. Next to that, we make sure, off and on campus, that you are feeling safe and your rights are being protected. We are a community and we got your back!
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Erasmus Sport
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Organization The Erasmus Sport foundation is responsible for management of the Erasmus Sport Center. Erasmus Sport offers an extensive sports program all through the academic year, under the leadership of enthusiastic instructors and trainers. They supervise the individual sportspeople or train the teams of the sports clubs affiliated with Erasmus Sport.
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Erasmus Sport Personal Training
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Erasmus Sport Personal Training, powered by EZsports. Your goal, EZ strategy, our challenge... No human being lives, eats or moves the same. That means that goals will differ too. Whether the focus is on burning fat, improving conditioning, gaining strength, building muscle, rehabilitation, injury prevention, overall health or sport specific training and regardless of figure, weight, age, strength or fitness level, EZsports Personal Training offers a personalized step-by-step(/phased) plan to reach your personal goals together. During the intake we will set goals and perform a health check. Weight, bodyfat percentage, size, blood pressure and heartrate are all possibilities we can measure. This way we decide the current situation and where you want to be. Closing that gap is now our challenge. No matter the goal, at first, we focus on overall fitness; mentally & physically. We pursue these goals by combining effective, variating and motivating workouts with a personalized nutrition plan. It’s our vision for you to be independent, by creating awareness and having insight in training and nutritional principles that match your goal. This will result in you being able to maintain your reached goals and eventually set new ones. Sport specific training Every athlete will benefit from working out in their specialism in a structured manner. After analyzing the sport specific attributes EZsports will fulfill in this need. The program will be built fully in line with the demands of the specific sport. Besides optimal performance (/performing optimal) this will result in injury prevention. Personal Training Introduction Everyone with an Erasmus Sport pass will have the possibility to try out Personal Training, without any obligations, via the PTI. The Personal Training Introduction consists of two sessions; 1 intake & 1 training session. Check out the flyer for additional information. Do you want to find out what Personal Training can do for you? Send an e-mail to pt@erasmussport.nl to make an appointment. The door is always open if you want to take a look inside. Erasmus Sport Personal Training is situated on campus Woudestein; Hatta-building.
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Erasmus Studentenkoor Rotterdamsch Schoon
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The Choir *English below Erasmus Studentenkoor Rotterdamsch Schoon Wij zijn een koor bestaande uit zo’n 40 jonge studentes met verschillende nationaliteiten. ESK bestaat al sinds 2003 en vanaf september 2017 repeteren we elke woensdagavond in ‘t Fundament (onderdeel van theater ‘t Kapelletje), vlakbij Rotterdam Centraal station. We zingen onder leiding van onze dirigent Robert Verheul en zingen met name moderne nummers. Ook treden wij regelmatig op. Het bestuur van Rotterdamsch Schoon bestaat momenteel uit Rosalie, Pippa, Iris, Sophie en Ezgi. Naast een bestuur hebben we ook enkele commissies: de Muziekcommissie (MuCo), Podiumcommissie (PoCo), en Activiteitencommissie (AcCo). Intresse? Vind je het leuk om te zingen en zou je graag een keertje bij ons koor komen kijken? Neem dan gerust contact met ons op. Klik op deze link om je aan te melden voor een van onze open repetities (September). Zangervaring of het kunnen lezen van noten is niet vereist. Je kunt tot 3 jaar na afstuderen meezingen en ook studenten die niet aan de Erasmus Universiteit studeren zijn welkom. We are a choir of approximately 40 young students of various nationalities. ESK started in 2003 and from September 2017 on we rehearse every Wednesday evening in ‘t Fundament (part of theatre ‘t Kapelletje), near Rotterdam Central station. Our conductor is Robert Verheul and in particular we sing modern songs. Also, we perform on regular basis. Our board currently consists of Rosalie, Pippa, Iris, Sophie And Ezgi. Besides the board, we have several committees: the Music committee (MuCo), Stage committee (PoCo), and Activities committee (AcCo). Interested? Do you like to sing and would you like to come and see our choir some time? Please feel free to contact us! Click this link to sign up for one of our open rehearsals (September). Singing experience or being able to read notes is not required. You can sing with us until three years after you graduate, and also students who do not study at Erasmus University are welcome to join the choir.
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Erasmus Sustainability Hub
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Erasmus Sustainability Hub is the heart of sustainability at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. With our community, we stimulate collaboration, awareness, sustainable actions and initiatives, and change. We support individuals and institutions in incorporating sustainability into their daily lives, their professions, and the global community as a whole.
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Erasmus Tech Community
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About us Blockchain. Artificial Intelligence. Internet of Things. Big Data. These technologies, amongst other up-and-rising topics in the tech industry, are at the heart of our discussion. Our mission is to educate the students of Erasmus University about these disruptive changes taking place. We actively collaborate with private sector companies (such as Google, Microsoft, IBM, Deloitte, and others) to organize events where companies share their expertise in implementing the above-mentioned technologies in their business. Beyond large scale lectures and workshops, ETC also aims to help companies solve their real business problems by connecting them to the bright talent available at the university.
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Erasmus University Naginata Club
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We are a club at the Erasmus University Sports center training in the Japanese Martial Art Naginata. We have weekly training on Fridays from 19:30 until 20:30. Our members are students from diverse nationalities who are studying in Rotterdam.
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Erasmus eSports
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.The Rotterdam student esports association was established in 2016 in the library at the Erasmus Campus. As the first esports assocation in Rotterdam we had a lot of ground to cover. In the last couple of years we have grown and managed to get our own location, over 85 active members and establish a footprint on the esports scene in the city of Rotterdam. All these efforts tie down to our main goal; introducing everyone to the wonderfull world of esports! As an association we make sure that there is a good mix of competitive and social aspects. We have our weekly meetings where we play a wide variety of games and catch up with eachother. On the flipside we have our weekly competitions where the best from our association represent us in competitions on national/international level. Besides playing competitions and meeting eachother on our location we also host & participate in events with other organisations from all over The Netherlands! Examples of collaborations are; Dreamhack Rotterdam, LEC summer finals 2019 and world championship viewing parties! Interested? You can contact us on our social media platforms or send us a mail at Info@erasmusesports.nl. We hope to see you soon!
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ErasmusTalent.nl
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Met ErasmusTalent ga je vol vertrouwen je toekomstige carrière tegemoet! ErasmusTalent is een online carriére platform dat studenten, starters en young professionals op HBO/WO niveau gratis activiteiten biedt en het contact tussen jou en je toekomstige werkgever vergemakkelijkt. Om jouw kansen als starter in de arbeidsmarkt te vergroten geeft ErasmusTalent begeleiding en ondersteuning in de vorm van carrière-advies. Onze HR-professionals staan klaar om jou te helpen met kwesties als het schrijven van je Curriculum Vitae of sollicitatiebrief, het optimaliseren van je LinkedIn-profiel en het maken van een persoonlijke video. Daarnaast adviseren wij je graag over loopbaanmogelijkheden, geven sollicitatie tips, en bieden we regelmatig workshops aan. Selectie aan topwerkgevers Werken op een plek waar jij ruimte krijgt voor ontwikkeling? Onze werkgevers bieden junior vacatures en startersfuncties aan voor studenten, pas afgestudeerden en young professionals. Groot aanbod vacatures Dagelijks nieuwe starter vacatures, passend bij jouw interesses en talenten. Wij beschikken over vacatures door heel Nederland! Zo presenteren wij onder andere de beste traineeship vacatures van Nederland en daarnaast werken wij met erkende stagebedrijven. Solliciteer snel en eenvoudig Vind gemakkelijk een baan met doorgroeimogelijkheden en een passend salaris. Binnen een paar stappen is jouw sollicitatie de deur uit!
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Euroturn
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Euroturn is a fast growing student gymnastics club at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. We strive to create a fun, accessible and ambitious environment to practice gymnastics, for absolute beginners or people who have been doing gymnastics for a while. Everyone is welcome. We train twice a week under the supervision of experienced gymnastics coaches in preparation for competitions or personal goals. In addition, when you join Euroturn you will also become part of a group of friendly, like-minded students. Besides gymnastics, we organise many social drinks, activities and trips! Do you want to meet us? Feel free to join any of our training sessions. Send an email to bestuur@euroturn.nl, or send us a message on Instagram, and we will sort it out for you!
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Exchange Party
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International student party in Amsterdam, Delft & Rotterdam
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Extraordinary Life
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Empowering you to define and achieve your potential with Extraordinary Life sessions in Rotterdam!
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FAECTOR
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FAECTOR is the official school association of Erasmus School of Economics and with over 1900 members we are the largest and most prestigious association for students interested in econometrics worldwide. We enrich the student experience of all econometricians in the broadest sense of the word. We achieve this through our three pillars: Social, Education and Career. We organise this broad range of projects each year thanks to over 90 active members who are active in 19 committees and the board. A committee or board year at FAECTOR is the perfect opportunity to develop yourself professionally. You will improve communication, teamwork and organisational skills which will be essential for the rest of your life and career. Besides, by becoming one of our active members you will create friendships that last for a lifetime. So, are you an econometrics student who wants to make the most of your time as a student? Become a FAECTOR member! Make sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn to stay up-to-date about all our projects and events! Do you have a question, complaint or suggestion? Feel free to drop by at our office (GB-29) or send an email to info@faector.nl.
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Financial Study Association Rotterdam
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Introduction The Financial Study association Rotterdam (FSR) is the study association for students interested in (Quantitative) Finance, Consulting, Accounting, and Controlling at Erasmus University Rotterdam, both at Erasmus School of Economics and Rotterdam School of Management. Each year we organize various prestigious events like the International Banking Cycle, International Research Project, Corporate Finance Competition, and the Private Equity Conference. Other activities include workshops, company visits, study trips, and company drinks. Additionally, the FSR helps professors arrange guest speakers for their courses. The FSR organises these activities for her 3400 members interested in finance and/or accounting. To make these events possible, the FSR has partnerships with over 100 companies in several sectors. Furthermore, the FSR has a strong connection with both the ESE and the RSM of Erasmus University. Mission The goal of the FSR is to create a link between theory - as taught at university - and the versatile financial world in practice. Events of the FSR are, because of our professional approach, always of high quality. This ensures that our members get the opportunity to easily find their way into the corporate world. Participation in one of our events helps FSR members to make the right decision at the start of their professional careers. History The FSR was established in 1999 through a merger between the Finance association Rotterdam 'Pecunia' and the Accounting & Controlling association 'Pacioli'. Throughout the years the FSR has managed to build a good reputation in Rotterdam and in the rest of The Netherlands. Over the past two decades, we have grown to be the largest independent study association of Erasmus University. During this time, many students have been able to develop themselves in one of our former boards or committees. This has brought the FSR a rich network of alumni. Thanks to FSR events, many students have been able to find their way into the financial sector. For more information about the FSR and our events, don’t hesitate to contact us! You can send an e-mail to info@fsr.nl or call 010-408 1830, and you can always come by our office at G3A-06. Make sure you follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram.
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Frisse Gedachtes
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Frisse Gedachtes is a student movement that aims to improve student well-being. It does that by offering three free services. Firstly, a chat platform where students can chat anonymously with psychology students and experts by experience. Secondly, the option to be randomly matched to a fellow student in order to be able to go for a walk together. Third, events to make student welfare more open to discussion.
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Golazo Sports
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GOLAZO SPORTS NETHERLANDS In 2014, the Marathon Eindhoven foundation, Like2Run, Utrechtrent, Topsport Noord Nederland and Golazo Sports united their efforts in Golazo Sports the Netherlands with offices in Rotterdam, Eindhoven and Groningen. Through this new venture, popular running events like the NN Marathon Rotterdam, Marathon Eindhoven, 4 Mijl van Groningen, Singelloop Utrecht, etc. receive more possibilities to fulfil their potential. The past years Golazo Sports the Netherlands has created an exciting mix of professional and recreational events for all ages. Besides running events, Golazo Sports the Netherlands has also been offering cycling and walking events since 2017 such as the Classico Boretti, KlimClassic, NK Cycling and the Scheveningen Light Walk. The 52 events attract 240,000 participants per year, with hundreds of thousands of spectators and millions of viewers on TV.
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Happy Student Society
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At Happy Student Society we aim to create a supportive environment that promotes student well-being in Rotterdam. We offer tools and resources on how to deal with the challenges students encounter, like anxiety, loneliness and stress. We do so through educational events, social events, and with our well-being mentors program. If you ever want to talk to someone or feel lost and not sure where to look for help, our well-being mentors are here to guide you :)
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HonEURs Association
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Do you want to grab a beer each month and deeply talk about life, career and much more with the most successful alumni our university has to offer? HonEURs Association Rotterdam is rolling out a mentorship program to connect current honours students at Erasmus University Rotterdam with successful alumni active in various industries. Whether it is Finance, Marketing, Consulting or a completely different area, HonEURs will help you find your personal mentor in the field of work that has always intrigued you! And we’re talking big names, from Amazon and McKinsey to Bank of America, ETH Zurich, Oxford, Bitdefender and London School Of Economics! It will be personal, it will be deep, it will be fun and it will be something our university has never offered, with a lot of our own human touch at every step.
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IFSA Network
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The International Finance Student Association was created in the city of Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Its first board is composed of multicultural students from the renowned Rotterdam School of Management, part of Erasmus University Rotterdam. IFSA Rotterdam functions as the headquarters of the organization. The members are responsible of coordinating and helping other chapters to grow. Further, Rotterdam will also be the host of numerous lectures & workshops, events and games. IFSA is currently looking for sponsors and partners. If you are interested to work with us, feel free to contact us!
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IFSA Rotterdam
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The International Finance Student Association was created in the city of Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Its first board is composed of multicultural students from the renowned Rotterdam School of Management, part of Erasmus University Rotterdam. IFSA Rotterdam functions as the headquarters of the organization. The members are responsible of coordinating and helping other chapters to grow. Further, Rotterdam will also be the host of numerous lectures & workshops, events and games. IFSA is currently looking for sponsors and partners. If you are interested to work with us, feel free to contact us!
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Impact Week
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Impact Week is a non-profit program that unites people from a variety of countries and organizations. It promotes innovation and entrepreneurship skill progression in developing and emerging economies as a foundation for sustainable growth by establishing sustainable business models using Design Thinking. It equips the next generation for employment, to become inspiring leaders – successful agripreneurs, entrepreneurs and game-changers, regardless of their field or level of expertise. We consider ourselves as mentors, not as experts. That’s why we love bringing together people from all sorts of backgrounds who believe in finding innovative ways to solve the world’s problems. That being said, no Impact Week is possible without the help of motivated volunteers who are willing to donate their time and field expertise in exchange for an intensive intercultural exchange. Besides each Impact Week being an original experience in itself, we developed a holistic program approach to ensure sustainable success.
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In Duplo
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Historie In Duplo is in de zomer van 1999 onofficieel opgericht door inschrijving bij de Kamer van Koophandel. Op de eerste schrikkeldag van het nieuwe millennium is de vereniging officieel opgericht met de vastlegging van de statuten en het huishoudelijk reglement door de algemene ledenvergadering. Al vanaf begin 1999 zijn zes mr.drs.-studenten bezig geweest met het opstarten van een dispuut. De oprichting gebeurde in samenspraak met prof. mr. dr. Louis Visscher, de coördinator van het mr.drs.-programma, alsmede een bestuurslid van de Economische Faculteitvereniging Rotterdam en een bestuurslid van de Juridische Faculteitsvereniging Rotterdam. In Duplo was namelijk een ondervereniging van deze twee faculteitsverenigingen. Voor In Duplo leden is een gecombineerd lidmaatschap ingevoerd. Leden van In Duplo zijn daarom altijd lid van beide faculteitsverenigingen. In 2002 is In Duplo in samenspraak met de Economische Faculteitsvereniging en de Juridische Faculteitsvereniging een studievereniging geworden. In 2017 volgde wederom een grote verandering voor de vereniging: vanaf dit jaar is het mogelijk voor studenten van de Double Degree in Recht & Bedrijfskunde om lid te worden van In Duplo. Er is dit jaar dan ook een samenwerking aangegaan met de RSM en de RSM STAR.
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Integrand
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Are you looking for an internship? Is it part of your studies? Or do you want to gain work experience and are you wondering which organisation fits best with your preferences? Integrand is specialized in helping students to find their perfect internship. By internships we mean graduation internships, summer internships, but also working studentships! Our focus is on the mediation of internships, which means we will help you through the whole application process! We'll check your CV to see if anything can be improved, provide you with all the tips and tricks to write a convincing motivation letter, give feedback on your first draft and finally help you prepare for your first interview. Are you ready for the next step?
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Integrand Rotterdam
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The stage is yours! Are you looking for an internship? Is it part of your studies? Or do you want to gain work experience and are you wondering which organisation fits best with your preferences? Integrand is specialized in helping students to find their perfect internship. By internships we mean graduation internships, summer internships, but also working studentships! Our focus is on the mediation of internships, which means we will help you through the whole application process! We'll check your CV to see if anything can be improved, provide you with all the tips and tricks to write a convincing motivation letter, give feedback on your first draft and finally help you prepare for your first interview. Are you ready for the next step?
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International Faculty Association ACE
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About IFA ACE International Faculty Association ACE is the Faculty Association of the Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication (ESHCC). Its main goals are to organise study-related activities for the ESHCC students, broadening the students’ perspectives and making them feel at home within our faculty. The activities ACE organises are historical, cultural and communication/media related, so that they are most appealing to our unique variety of students. These activities may consist of study trips, lectures, excursions, workshops and expositions. Furthermore, ACE also organises social activities, which gives students not only the opportunity to connect with each other but also with the faculty and third parties. Students who become a member of ACE are eligible to participate in several committees that enable the association to organise these different activities. In doing so it will give them the opportunity to develop their social and organizational skills and learn how to work closely within a team. These skills will help the members ACE their future.
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International Students Rotterdam (ISR)
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We are the student association that focuses on international students in Rotterdam; organising events to enhance your student life and providing all the information that is useful to you. Going to study at university is a big step! Our aim is to make that step a little less daunting. We exist to make your student life a little more comfortable, ranging from fun parties and social events to practical and informative events. Also, tips about studying and living in the Netherlands.
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Jonge Democraten Rotterdam
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Welkom bij de Jonge Democraten Rotterdam! Met een kleine 500 leden is JD Rotterdam een levendige afdeling met wekelijkse activiteiten en vele manieren om jezelf te ontplooien, te ouwehoeren over politiek en natuurlijk gewoon lol te hebben. Neem vooral eens een kijkje, of stuur een mail naar secretaris.rotterdam@jongedemocraten.nl als je een vraag hebt, of nieuwsgierig bent geworden.
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Juridische Faculteitsvereniging Rotterdam
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De Juridische Faculteitsvereniging is er voor de Rotterdamse rechtenstudent: sinds jaar en dag organiseren zij voor haar leden diverse formele en informele activiteiten die een juridische grondslag hebben. Haar doel is dan ook de brug tussen theorie – gedoceerd in de collegebanken – en de praktijk – beoefend in de ‘echte’ wereld – te verkleinen. Zo organiseert de JFR bijvoorbeeld symposia met bekende sprekers, (buitenlandse) excursies en de Meesterweek. Ondanks het feit dat de JFR probeert de studie levendig te maken, is er ook veel ruimte voor socializen. De JFR organiseert maandelijks een borrel, waar alle leden gratis een drankje kunnen komen drinken. Daarnaast geeft de JFR elk jaar een aantal feesten! Als In Duplo'er kan je lid worden bij een van de disputen die JFR heeft. Echter, kom je vanwege je dubbellidmaatschap niet in aanmerking voor een gratis eerste dispuutlidmaatschap.
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LDE CFS Agrifood Hub
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In the Agrifood Hub, Leiden University, Delft University of Technology and Erasmus University Rotterdam join forces. Together with partners from the food and agricultural sector, we combine cutting edge scientific knowledge with the day-to-day practice for sustainable food systems. For example, agri-food chains have to become transparent and the sector needs to standardize and financially reward new sustainable values
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LDE Centre for Sustainability students
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The Student Board of LDE Centre for Sustainability, comprised of students from the three universities, represents and communicates with Bachelor and Master students of the LDE universities. We aim to incite enthusiasm and awareness about sustainability through hosting social and educational events on sustainability topics. We connect students to a community of sustainability-minded people, prepare students for a career in the sustainability field, and promote the educational opportunities offered by the LDE CfS centre, such as the Hubs and living labs. Our events touch on all aspects of sustainability and range from workshops, panel discussions, company visits, repair cafes, networking events, and movie screenings, held in the four cities - Leiden, The Hague, Delft, and Rotterdam. Events are free and open to all LDE students. To stay engaged and up to date, follow us on social media or join our mailing list and sign up to our events! Through following us, you can watch out for opportunities to get more involved with the board by becoming an ambassador for our community events in December and the summer, or through applying for our open board positions posted every November and May. Interested in collaborating with us or want to know more about the board? Contact us at: ldecfsstudents@gmail.com
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Lead Your Future
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Wij zijn Lead Your Future: een community platform voor jonge, ambitieuze en talentvolle vrouwen. Wij geven workshops, masterclasses, business shakes en andere evenementen, die allemaal gericht zijn op de ontwikkeling van jong vrouwelijk talent. We are Lead Your Future: a community platform for young, ambitious and talented women. We organise workshops, masterclasses, business shakes and many more events which all focus on the development of young female talent.
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LifeVersity • Skill Training at Erasmus University Rotterdam
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🏆 Trained +1800 EUR students and alumni 🎯 Mission: Make You Succeed in Life/Career LifeVersity is the 21st century skill hub on campus. We aim to provide every EUR student with an equal and easy access to develop 21st century soft-skills (such as leadership, public speaking, communication, etc.) via high quality courses located directly at the campus, and in our online CANVAS environment. 👇🏼👇🏼Get your Free Skill-Training Course Now
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Living Room
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About us The Living Room is part of the wellbeing programme. It is also a safe space on campus where students can let go of all of their stress and worries, and not study for a while. The space was created when a group of students came together in May 2019, who all had a similar idea of creating such a space on campus. First, from October till the beginning of February there was a temporary space at H12-32. This was one room furnished with leftover furniture that was already on campus. After that, there was a more temporary space on H6-02, designed especially for the Living Room. The space consists of 2 separate rooms, where one has the main function of a typical living room with board games, books, a tv, and a couch and chairs to get comfortable on. The main living room space has a side room that can be used for e.g. mindfulness workshops or drawing sessions. The room is empty which makes it possible to use it for a variety of purposes. The other room is a smaller, more closed room where private conversations can be held, and for example the student pastor holds his walk-in hours. The Living Room board consists of three students, and two EUR employee acting as the bridge between the students and the university. The students all have their own student initiatives as well, which are closely linked to the Living Room. The Living Room is funded by the university, from the wellbeing budget managed by wellbeing programme manager Rianne van der Zanden. The board members are all in contact with the programme manager. All organized activities that take place in the Living Room are related to wellbeing. All linked initiatives are related to wellbeing, but other students and student associations are also encouraged to host events in the Living Room. In order to do so, students must fill out an application form. The board will then decide whether the event fits the criteria for usage of the room; meaning if the event is in line with the vision of the Living Room.
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MAEUR - Marketing Association Erasmus University Rotterdam
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About MAEUR For over 50 years, MAEUR has been organizing inspiring and innovative events for all marketing- and data-minded students of the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Events like the Commercial Break, the Speed Dating Event, the MAEUR Data Summit and the Advertising Day return every year to improve students’ future chances in the labor market and enhance their knowledge about marketing. Also, participants of the International Consultancy Project and the Bachelor Consultancy Project go all over the world to do research for the most successful companies. The primary goals of MAEUR are learning, networking and socializing. We focus on connecting student- and corporate life by hosting a variety of events connected to the marketing world. Besides this, socializing is considered an important aspect of our association. Every month our members come together at the Marketing Drink where they can interact with each other while having a drink. Every year, the board aims to adapt the events to the latest innovations in the marketing field so MAEUR stays on top of the latest trends. We are the official study association for the RSM master Marketing Management, and the ESE masters Marketing, and Data Science & Marketing Analytics. However, any student with an interest in data or marketing is welcome at MAEUR! Do you have any further questions? Feel free to send an e-mail to info@maeur.nl
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Mobility Lab
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Mobility Lab Netherlands.
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Positive Impact Society Erasmus
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What is the Positive Impact Society Erasmus? Most of us want to make a difference. We see what is going on in the world and are moved to do something about it. But working out what that ‘something’ is, let alone actually doing it, can be a difficult challenge. PISE is a response to that challenge. We are the study association at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam for all students who are excited about making a positive impact. We are also part of a global network of 200+ (student) organisations that look at global problems through the lens of effective altruism: an new approach to doing good. Social “Pise is not just a place to learn it is also a place to make friends.” We host fun social activities where you can make friends from all different faculties., and have interesting conversations about changing the world. These include drinks, game nights, sport days, bbq's and trips! Check out our Facebook to see our past events! Educational “Pise is not just a place to make friends it is also a place to learn.” We frequently host events with international experts who tell us about the worlds most pressing problems and their most promising solutions. We also host a number of educational programmes, and have a bookclub!
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R.S.B.V. Erasmus Boxing
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Who are we? RSBV Erasmus boxing is a boxing association for students. Our practices take place in Rotterdam, at the campus of Erasmus University. But everyone is welcome! We have practice for beginners as well as for advanced boxers. Also, during the boxing bag practice, you can work on your condition. Once every couple of weeks we are organizing some fun events, like drinks, dinner, paintball and more! So besides only becoming a better boxer, we also like to bring people together and have fun! Are you in? Look for the trainings schedule below.
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R.S.R. Marcroix
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The association R.S.R. Marcroix FROM THE START... During the Olympic Games in 1924, Charles Ferdinand Pahud the Mortanges won the gold medal with his half-blood gelding Marcroix during an exhausting military. Inspired by Pahud, several gentleman from het R.S.C. decided to set up R.S.R. Marcroix, on October the 16th, 1925. Even after eighty-nine years, this seemed not such a bad idea. THE WONDER HORSE 'MARCROIX' Marcroix was the 'wonder horse', mounted by Lutenant der Huzaren Pahud de Mortanges. Marcroix won at the Olympic Games in Amsterdam (1928) and Los Angeles (1932) a golden meldal on the individuals, and a team golden and silver medal with the Military. Pahud de Mortanges is with four golden and one silver medal still the most successful olympian the Netherlands has ever known. TODAY R.S.R. Marcroix is nowadays "the" association for all student riders in Rotterdam. We ride weekly in our group lesson on Wednesday from 19.00 till 20.00 at the Rotterdamsche Manège. After the lesson we have a drink and a good meal in the society of the Jockey Club. Apart from the lessons we organize outdoor rides, mutual competitions, club competitions of the Jockey Club, members weekend, christmas dinner, drinks, and more. ASSOCIATION R.S.R. Marcroix is a by association of het R.V.S.V., het R.S.C. and the V.N.S., and also a 'club' of the Jockey Club. With regularity there are national (V.N.S.) and international (A.I.E.C.) student dressage- and showjumping competitions. The national competitions are called 'cities meetings', these are organized by different student riding associations within the Netherlands. Summarized the student can participate in activities from: - The Jockey Club (in case the Marcroix-member is also a member of the Jockey Club); - Vereniging Nederlandse Studentruiters (national organisation for student riding associations); - Association Internationale des Étudiants Cavaliers (international organisation for student riding associations).
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R.S.T.V. Passing Shot
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R.S.T.V. Passing Shot was founded in 1969 by two students at the time, Eugène Vingerhoeds and Cor Ridderhof. Tennis was played on four tennis courts, located where the T-building now stands. In the early years, higher-level tennis players were especially attracted to come and play at Passing Shot. The current PassingShot has 750 members! In addition to tennis, it also gives members the opportunity to participate in committees and many activities. Passing Shot is a sports association affiliated with Erasmus Sport. This means that PS is partly subsidized by Erasmus Sport, and that all members of Passing Shot must be in possession of a valid sports card at all times during their membership. During the season, Passing Shot occasionally collaborates with Erasmus Sport to organize activities.
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RSC/RVSV
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On November 21, 1913, almost two weeks after the then Nederlandsche Handels-Hoogeschool opened its doors for the first time on November 8, 1913, a number of students took the initiative to establish the RotterdamscheStudenten Sociëteit Walhalla. The meetings take place in one of the rooms of the former Hotel Coomans, located in the then Hoofdsteeg (near the current Blaak). Realizing that a society also includes an association, a list is circulated among the society members on which 27 members sign for this wish. On December 11, 1913, this resulted in the foundation of the Rotterdam Student Corps (RSC). More than two years later, on February 12, 1916, the official foundation of the Rotterdamsche Vrouwen Studenten Vereeniging (RVSV) and its society Mimosa took place. The association has few members, as the number of female students at the NHH is very low. Until mid-2017, both associations lead an independent existence, and during these 100 years they maintain collegial ties of friendship. The RSC and the Society will then move to the second and third floors of a building at Coolsingel 9-b. Almost five years later, on 11 October 1918, the RSC and the Society move into their own four-storey building at Eendrachtsweg 35. The name of the society changes to Sociëteit Hermes. The social room is located on the ground floor. On the first floor a beautifully decorated dining room where a highly subsidized canteen meal is available. This is also accessible to non-members. The NHH has now also moved to the Pieterde Hoochweg. After initially changing housing, the RVSV moves into its own building on Heemraadssingel 329-b on 24 October 1922. The society survives the German bombardment on May 14, 1940. Because of what, in the eyes of the Germans, is indecent verse in the Corpsblad, the Society and RSC are disbanded as “deutschfeindlich” by the German occupier in the spring of 1941. The RVSV will also be lifted afterwards. RSC members continued their meetings secretly during the further war in Bierhandel De Pijp, in the Gaffelstraat. After the liberation, RSC and RVSV move into their respective social buildings again. At the end of the sixties, Erasmus University decided to move to Kralingen in a large-scale new-build complex on Woudestein. Reason why both RSC and RVSV also decide to move to this district. For example, the RVSV moves into new premises on Avenue Concordia 80 on 3 July 1967. The RSC decides to build a new building and moves to its current premises at 55 RobertBaeldestraat on 4 July 1969. After a short stay at Avenue Concordia, the RVSV also decides to move in. to be taken in the same building as that of the RSC, in separate rooms. On August 1, 2017, both associations decided to officially merge as a merged association RSC-RVSV. Society Hermes and Society Mimosa are merged and all spaces are shared. The joint name is now Sociëteit Walhalla.
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RSM Career Centre
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Alle vacatures Student Als student sta je aan de start van jouw carrière en ben je vooral aan het oriënteren welk pad je gaat vervolgen of bij welk kantoor je aan de slag wilt. Bij RSM bieden wij jou de mogelijkheid om ervaring op te doen middels een meewerk- en afstudeerstage of zelfs middels een werkstudentschap! Wij laten je graag onderdeel uitmaken van ons team, zodat je op allerlei vlakken kunt meekijken in de keuken. Bekijk hieronder de vacature die het best bij jou past. In veel gevallen zijn de vacatures doorlopend en zullen wij aangeven of ruimte is op de vestiging. Wil je graag meer weten over de mogelijkheden voor jou als student? Neem dan contact op met een van onze recruiters!
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RSM STAR
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About STAR STAR is the study association of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM). With more than 6,500 members, STAR is Europe’s largest student ruled study association and above all the most active and professional study association in the Netherlands. Each year, about 300 dedicated Active Members organize STAR projects that reach thousands of students. STAR’s mission is to enrich RSM student life. This mission is facilitated by the great number of activities that are organized by numerous Bachelor committees and Master Study Clubs. The Active Members form a base which is underpinned with three pillars: Career start support, Development and Academic Support, Social Interaction
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RSM Student Representation
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What is SR? The major goal of the Student Representation (SR) is to look after the interests of the student body through representation on faculty and university level. We are an intermediary between students and the faculty personnel. The SR ensures an exchange of information and feedback between those bodies. This comes to expression in the evaluation, improvement proposals and guarding of the education’s quality at RSM Erasmus University, for both the BA an IBA program. Our course-representatives have the responsibility of facilitating the communication between the students and professor and/or course coordinators. The feedback system is the most important activity to provide further evaluation. Within this system the students are represented by the assigned course-representative who receives feedback from the students in the specific course they are responsible for. The student representatives forward the feedback to the professor to discuss about the subject matters and decide on solutions, if necessary. During each trimester at least two meetings are organized in which course representatives and professors evaluate the course together. At the end of the trimester a report is composed evaluating the feedback from students, compiling it, and finally handing it to the Program Management. This feedback system provides the Program Management with valuable information about professors and course content and consequently enables it to tackle difficulties and take corrective actions immediately. We also improve the education by the Program Advisory. This SR function was added in 2011 and is subdivided into three different commissions: General Studies, 7th Trimester and Examination and Tutoring. Each group consists of one student from every bachelor year, both BA and IBA. Through these commissions, we are able to implement the point of view from students on broader related issues than a single course. We suggest improvements for the Program Management and help them with student related questions. Finally, the SR creates an impact on the educational quality through the presence in different Commissions and Councils: Our aim is to be represented in the Faculty Council, Management Committee, Programme Committee, and the University Council. By participation we are able to communicate feedback between all stakeholders within the faculty and university. This is highly important for several issues that go beyond the scope of one study and therefore cannot be addressed by representatives. Through the activities of the SR we are able to use the common point from the student body to implement it into the decision making of the faculty and university.
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Rethinking Economics Rotterdam
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We are a non-for-profit organisation that is powered by a strong volunteering-based network of students, academics and critical thinkers across the country. On the international level, we are affiliated with Rethinking Economics and the International Student Initiative for Pluralism in Economics. We work together with different actors that share our aims of diversifying and reinvigorating economics such as the Young Scholars Initiative. On the national level, our board oversees all activities and works closely with national project teams and local groups. Currently, we have local groups in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Nijmegen, Maastricht and Tilburg.
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Rode Kruis Studentendesk Rotterdam
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The Red Cross in Rotterdam-Rijnmond We are the Red Cross Rotterdam-Rijnmond. We are here for you. Always, everywhere and always in an appropriate way. We are there for the thousands of people who (suddenly) live in food shortage, for people without a roof over their heads, for people who do not have transport to or from the hospital, for people who cannot go to the supermarket to do their shopping and much more. We are also ready to provide assistance during large and small events. With our first aid courses for individuals. And with teams that are ready 24 hours a day to provide assistance in the event of calamities. Finally, we are also there for people who cannot find the way to appropriate help. Want to know which Red Cross locations in Rotterdam-Rijnmond are near you? Would you like to know which Red Cross department you can turn to for help or where you can apply as a volunteer? Enter your zip code and go to the page of your Red Cross location in Rotterdam-Rijnmond.
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Rotterdam Consulting Club
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The Rotterdam Consulting Club is an officially recognized student organization focused on preparing Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) students for careers in consulting and related industries. Strategy consulting is highly competitive, and we focus on equipping our members with the skills, experience and networking opportunities needed to succeed in the Netherlands and abroad. Thus, we offer a diverse range of events including case interview preparation, consulting projects, company workshops, skills workshops and networking opportunities. Consulting is one of the most diverse and dynamic industries. We are committed to address hot topics that shape the consulting sector and bring in inspirational leaders to share their experiences. We also believe that the right person-company fit can be achieved by offering our members insights from various consultancies. Therefore, we would like to help members find their direction within the consulting world and inspire them to take action. We also have a lot of social events and help connect like-minded students at EUR. Follow us on social media to learn more about our events and recruitment (@rotterdamconsultingclub).
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Rotterdam International Student Association
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Business Events Committee The Business Event Committee is glad to welcome you in Rotterdam, one of the major business hubs in the Netherlands! Are you interested in business and entrepreneurship? Do you want to see its real side? Is it your dream to build an entrepreneurial career? Then you are in the right place! This year, our central aim is to introduce students into the actual business environment and provide them with practical insights. Some of the forecasted activities include workshops, trips to companies and guest lectures. Our team builds an interactive platform that will allow you to learn from professionals, affirm yourself and understand the key to success in business. You will have the opportunity to socialize with successful entrepreneurs from various fields, study their experiences and discover the secrets behind their performance. Become a member of RISA and join our events if you want to venture into the business world! We wish you a great academic year and look forward to seeing you! Social Events Committee RISA’s Social Event team is here to make sure that our members make most of their University experience. With us you will get many opportunities like to meeting people from other programs, have fun and create unforgettable memories. We will boost your student life with parties, weekend trips, sport events, meetups and many more events you don’t want to miss! Do you want to get discounts on RISA’s events, alcohol beverages and other? Sign up to become a member and enjoy all the benefits we created for you!
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Rotterdams Studenten Orkest
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The Rotterdam Student Orchestra consists of students and young professionals of 17 to 35 years old. We are looking for enthousiastic musicians that would like to join our ambitious orchestra. We invite you to join one of our rehearsals and try it out for yourself. Don't forget to take your instrument with you!. Rehearsals are every Tuesday from 19:30 to 22:00 with conductor Coen Huisman. The RSO has a broad repertoire ranging from Romantic/Classical to modern. Previously the orchestra played Dvořák, Beethoven, Schumann, Sibelius, Wagner, but also scores from movies and musicals. Activities The RSO is of course not just about music, but also about having a great time together! Every season we have a rehearsal weekend in the Netherlands, and we go on a foreign tour every other year. Our association does not do hazing like other student associations, but we do have a fun intro day with games, speed dating, food and drinks. In addition, we organize a lot of activities every season, such as open stage, concert visits, drinks, board game evenings, dinners and of course the annual Christmas Gala! After every rehearsal on Tuesday, we visit our favorite pub De Haagse Bluf. In short: RSO is super fun! History The Rotterdam Student Orchestra was founded in 2011 by a group of enthousiastic students from the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Even though there was a big orchestra that welcomed students (Rotterdam Youth Symphony Orchestra, RJSO), the average age of members was quite young. To change that, the RJSO and the newly founded RSO collaborated with the Erasmus University to finally give birth on the 13th of February 2012 to a wonderful orchestra full with ambitious passionate members. Coen Huisman Since February 2013 Coen Huisman is the conductor of the Rotterdam Student Orchestra. At an early age, Coen started playing piano and various copper instruments. During his study Maths at the University of Leiden he played in many student orchestras in the region and he started to develop an interest in conducting. From 2010 to 2014, Coen studied orchestra conducting at the Codarts Conservatory in Rotterdam with Hans Leenders. Coen finished his study with an impressive performance of Igor Stravinsky's Pétrouchka.
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Rotterdamsch Studenten Gezelschap
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About RSG The Rotterdamsch Studenten Gezelschap is a student association affiliated with Erasmus University Rotterdam. She has been a household name in Rotterdam student life since 1921. The RSG aims to maintain relations between students, to promote the interests of students and to promote the personal development of its members. What makes RSG unique in Rotterdam is that it stands for equality, freedom and traditions. Terms that are very important to RSG in terms of content. Equivalence means that all members have the same rights, there is no difference in prestige between a freshman or senior. As a freshman you can therefore just as easily take a seat in committees or disputes like the other members. By freedom we mean that you are free to organize your own time on RSG. You decide when you come by and how active you are. You are therefore not obliged to be present at certain times during your membership. This does not mean that nothing is expected of our members, but it is precisely the non-binding that appeals to our members, so that they can all commit themselves in the way that suits them best. RSG has been around for almost 100 years and has undergone many developments in that time. Our rich history has led to many beautiful traditions and mores that are characteristic and unique to our association. It is precisely these traditions that make RSG a truly authentic student association and convert the drinks room into a place where the student vibe predominates. What are we doing? At RSG we hold social events four days a week. The bar is then open to all members. This offers a nice meeting place for our members to come together and have a drink. RSG has a 24-hour permit, so the club remains open as long as it is still fun. In addition to organizing our drinks evenings, there is always a big party in our own party room on Wednesday evenings. In addition, during the year quite a lot is organized in and around the association. The RSG has more than 30 committees that ensure that the association continues to run and that organize many activities for our members. All these committees are staffed by the members of the association, which makes it a great opportunity to gain organizational experience. In addition, it is also very nice to create something beautiful with a group of fellow students. Most RSG members commit themselves to one or more of these committees during their membership. Who do we do that for? Anyone who studies at a WO or HBO institution can become a member of RSG and enjoy everything we have to offer as an association. Our members are therefore welcome at all activities that we organize. We are also a real social club, so conviviality is of paramount importance to us. On the other hand, we are also well aware that all our members are students. Completing your studies therefore also occupies a very important place in our association. RSG students often help each other with things they encounter during their studies. RSG is there for its members. A student association with historical traditions and with the freedom and space for self-development that today's students are looking for. Privacy Policy RSG The introduction period in Rotterdam went smoothly: Erasmus University Rotterdam, Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, five student associations and a sports association have signed a code of conduct to that end. The RSG is one of the signatories. The new code of conduct describes the standards and values ​​that apply during the introduction period. In this way, it offers the associations and their members a clear framework for behavior during the introduction period. For example, the code explicitly states what the association's board of directors entails and what the guarantees are when it comes to personal integrity, health and hygiene. In addition, the code contains the agreement that prospective members must be properly enabled to follow education. Associations must also appoint confidential counselors and report incidents immediately. The code of conduct was drawn up by the official student social associations in Rotterdam (the RSC/RVSV, the Laurentius, the SSR-R, the RSG and NSR) and the student sports association ARSR Skadi, in collaboration with Erasmus University and Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences. The Rotterdam Committee for Higher Education (Higher Education) Student Social Societies monitors compliance with the code of conduct.
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Rotterdamse Studenten Rugby Club
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About us Rotterdam Student Rugby Club is a student rugby club in Rotterdam. The club colors are red-green, from the colors of Rotterdam (green-white), and those of the borough of Kralingen-Crooswijk (red-yellow). The club’s logo consists of 2 bear cubs that hold the sacred oval ball. Since 2008, the RSRC has its own clubhouse, the Bears Cave, at Lucie Vuylstekeweg 40. In addition to its own clubhouse, the RSRC has three men’s teams and a sevensteam. A Young Dogs team is also set up every year, a team exclusively for new inexperienced members. This team plays a number of (very entertaining) matches against other inexperienced players from student clubs in the Netherlands. At RSRC there is room for all kinds of rugby playerThe s: whether you want to play performance-oriented rugby or just play a game of rugby just for fun, it’s all possible. You indicate what you want, and we join in with that. There is always a relaxed atmosphere within the RSRC. This is reflected in the many activities that are on the schedule every year: Trip, the Dies Natalis (birthday of the club), the Christmas dinner, the New Year’s drink and much more. These activities are still being visited by former members and of course the new members are also here. There is training on Tuesday and Thursday, at 7:30 PM. Come along, rugby experience certainly isn’t a requirement! After the training there is always a delicious meal, prepared by our CB. Matches are played on Sundays. When all teams play at home there is a Super Sunday, whose third halves are always (or never) rembered. History The RSRC was founded on May 2, 1968 as a port of the RSC, and has since been exclusively for students. Despite the fact that the association was only founded in 1968, a competition of Rotterdam students against DSR-C (the student team from Delft) was mentioned in a Rotterdam newspaper about the first world war: “On the field of Sparta in Spangen we saw a rugby match yesterday between the fifteen of the Rotterdam and Delft students. The field was hard and covered with a thin layer of snow. However, this was no problem for these young people to play their game. Rugby appears to be a nice, hefty and really masculine game. Those who are touchy, stay off the pitch! It is sometimes rough and the game is certainly not good for those who can not take a beating. Imagine that when a football match was so smothered, pulled and pushed! The players would tear each other apart, and the referee’s body was found the next morning in a nearby ditch! At rugby, however, the most horrible things happen in the fullest of kindness and the attacker, who with the ball under the arm almost scorestry, but has his leg lifted just before the line, stands up, laughs and compliments his opponent with his brave effort. We have followed quite a bit of the Rotterdam-Delft game yesterday and firmly believe that this game has a future in the Netherlands. We advise the leaders of the rugby movement, however, to make the rules a bit more known. (…) “
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S.S.R.-Rotterdam
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Our history begins on January 28, 1918 ; when Societas Studiosorum Reformatorum Roterodamensis was founded by seven reformed students. SSR departments were located in every student city throughout the country, now also in Rotterdam. The association was renamed the Union, and it prospered. Over time, however, the associations in the different cities began to grow further apart. Could the Union withstand the test of time? Ties with Erasmus University In 1933 SSR-R. recognized by the Nederlandsche Handels-Hoogeschool, the predecessor of the Erasmus University Rotterdam, which means that SSR-R. from then on, he was always invited to attend official university affairs. This recognition ensured that contacts with other associations were strengthened and SSS-R. began to profile itself more outwardly. In the years leading up to World War II, SSR-R grew. as an association and, despite the threat of war, the life of a fraternity flourished. In addition, there was great concern among student associations about the growing support of the NSB among students. As a result, the associations joined forces to clarify on what grounds they rejected the NSB.
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S.V.N.B. Hooke
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In September 2012, the bachelor programme for Nanobiology was started. Nanobiology is an interdisciplinary programme where students use fundamental knowledge of mathematics and physics to fully understand the complexity of biology on the nanoscale. Students of this programme get the unique opportunity to experience the expertises of two different universities in two different cities: Delft and Rotterdam. As we speak, Nanobiology has grown into a fully developed study programme: in September 2017 the first Master students have received their degree and are now officially the first nanobiologists in the world. Obviously, a study programme is not complete without its own study association. Therefore the study association for Nanobiology Hooke was founded on November 20 2014. She takes care of students’ interests and has the following tasks in order to achieve this goal. Firstly, the quality of education is one of our main fields of interest. Under the supervision of the commissioner of education, course evaluations are held every octal in order to give students the opportunity to give feedback on the programme. This feedback is discussed with the relevant professors, the board of studies and the programme director. In this way, S.V.N.B. Hooke can monitor the programme and give advice on how to improve the programme. Besides looking after our education, the study association organises multiple activities where students can broaden themselves in order to prepare for a career in the Nanobiology field. Lunch lectures are given by researchers and external organisations and students regularly visit research institutions and companies in order to give them a better view on the field. Furthermore, S.V.N.B. Hooke organises multiple workshops and study trips for her students. In that way, the association forms the key link between Nanobiology students and the field, so that it can also help with finding internships and job offers. Lastly, S.V.N.B. Hooke regularly organises social acitivities, which improve the social cohesion between the students. At the beginning of the academic year there is an introduction weekend where upcoming Nanobiology students can get to know each other and the association in a relaxed atmosphere. During the year, many other activities take place: a members’ dinner, a skiing or surfing trip and weekly drinks in our own bar. These activities provide a break from all the studying and an opportunity to strengthen the friendship between students.
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S.v. Criminologie In Actie
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History Long, long ago, in the year 2001, there were once a number of brilliant students who studied criminology at Erasmus University Rotterdam. These students had a plan. The plan to set up an association. A study association that is. Not just any study, no: criminology! The idea of ​​the study association Criminologie In Actie was born in December 2001 in Antwerp, Belgium. The founders of the association attended a conference on diamond smuggling organized by the Dutch Society for Criminology with a number of other students. The congress was a success. Afterwards, the founders of the (as yet non-existent) CIA were asked by a number of people from Erasmus University Rotterdam to start a study association for criminology students at this university. Criminology is a multidisciplinary yet specialist field of study. Students who choose this course can be described as highly motivated. They generally have an insatiable 'hunger' for information and activities in the field of criminology. At the time of the founding of Criminologie In Actie, the study was new at Erasmus University. The association that was to be established had to offer students something criminologically interesting outside the lectures and textbooks and to bridge the gap between theory and practice. An enthusiastic team of students was put together and the association was set up. Today, the association is led by six different students each year. With the establishment of the study association, a number of ideas have been beautifully shaped over the years. An example of this is the CIA magazine, which has received much attention from its inception and continues to be read with enthusiasm by members, educators and others to this day. In the magazine you will find news about the association and its activities, interviews, items about study and articles about relevant scientific research. Over the years, the magazine has become an indispensable facet of the association. However, things like the very popular annual study trip are also an example of the far-reaching development that the association has gone through. In short, in recent years the foundations have been laid for the study association as it is today. For years, we have worked professionally to professionalize the association and to expand its number of contacts. Today Criminologie In Actie has a considerable number of active members, and the association is characterized by its informal atmosphere in which professional results are nevertheless achieved. A large number of activities are organized every year and this enables CIA to achieve its objectives. CIA through the years After the first year, in which the association was founded by Karin de Jong, Edwin de Wit, Paul Tjiam and Laura Rastovac, the CIA had around 350 members. Within a year it turned out to be possible to bind sociology students and lawyers to the association in addition to the criminology students. At the end of the second year, there were already 400 association members with only 200 criminology students at Erasmus University. Major events such as the Interurban Criminology Day already took place in the second year. With 120 students present, the first edition of this congress was a great success and to this day the study associations involved still manage to organize an equally successful and interesting program. There were also special excursions to the technical investigation department, the University of Brussels and various large companies. In the third year of the study association's existence, the study trip finally really crossed the border (no, Brussels is not 'real' after all): CIA traveled to Krakow! After two successful editions of the Beerfreax party, a third edition was also organized in collaboration with mother association JFR: a dazzling evening full of (gabber?!) music. During the fourth year of the association's life, after years of saving, for the first time a hefty expense was made for the members: the first CIA almanac was published. The study trip went to Portugal in year four, where the national drug policy (a complete decriminalization of all drugs) was examined. One of the highlights this year was the return of Professor Wouter Buikhuizen, who came to the Netherlands at the request of Professor Henk van de Bunt after a 26-year absence from the criminology scene to give a guest lecture for our students. After the first few years, in which the foundations were laid for the study association as it is now, continuity has been guaranteed by concluding major sponsorship contracts and holding successful events such as Beerfreax and celebrating the CIA's first lustrum. During this anniversary, Europol was visited, the first real CIA gala took place and a spectacular debate was organized about the lifting of the brothel ban. In recent years, Criminologie In Actie has also focused on 'empowering' criminology students: attention was paid to 'Working in Science' and business days, former student days and career orientation days were frequently organised. Also, the CIA magazine, which is printed in black-on-white-and-blue, has been highly professionalized over the years. The magazine has evolved from a double-folded A4 with a circulation of 150 copies (thanks in part to major sponsorship contracts) into, in the words of Professor René van Swaaningen, a real 'glossy'. The magazine is published every six months and the circulation is now 750 copies. Governing through the years During the past years of the association, a lot has been shifted with the available board positions. In addition to the permanent positions of chairman, secretary and treasurer, various other positions have existed, such as the 'Internal Commissioner' and the 'Media Commissioner'. There were boards consisting of four, five and six persons. The current six-person board of directors has only been maintained since the association's sixth year. In addition to organizational issues such as the above, joys and sorrows were shared by the board members within the various boards. A board year is a year of ups and downs, as Nienke de Munck (editor-in-chief of the 12th board) describes below: “In the past year, as editor-in-chief, I was primarily involved with everything related to CIA Magazine and its digitization. In addition, I helped organize the Professional Orientation Day that took place in Rotterdam during my year. I also worked with a committee on the renewal of the CIA's statutes and by-laws. You learn a lot in a board year. You have to work with your board mates that you may not know very well beforehand, you attend meetings and chair meetings of your own committee, you learn to lead and delegate, you master the art of planning in the shortest possible time. points and of course you gain detailed experience about everything that has to do with your specific function. In addition, you experience a lot of fun things. With monthly drinks, study trips, city trips, parties and Constitution drinks from other boards, you get to know fellow students better, make friendships for life and visit places you might never have been otherwise. Of course, not every moment during your board year is bright and sunny. You can sometimes have to deal with some setbacks, and at times it all seems to get too busy. But at the end of the year you can breathe a sigh of relief: the six of you did it. And then all the fantastic moments dominate!” Of course, not every moment during your board year is bright and sunny. You can sometimes have to deal with some setbacks, and at times it all seems to get too busy. But at the end of the year you can breathe a sigh of relief: the six of you did it. And then all the fantastic moments dominate!” Of course, not every moment during your board year is bright and sunny. You can sometimes have to deal with some setbacks, and at times it all seems to get too busy. But at the end of the year you can breathe a sigh of relief: the six of you did it. And then all the fantastic moments dominate!” In short: the previous boards led the association with pleasure, love, blood, sweat and tears and the current board does that now.
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SBSM Lifestyle Coaching
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We love to connect through sports, as well online and offline and create a community where we create awareness for both mental and physical health. The goal is to be more productive and focused by exercising body and mind. Building a community.
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SPS-NIP Stedelijk Bestuur Rotterdam
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Stedelijk Besturen In elke stad waar de universitaire bachelor psychologie wordt aangeboden in Nederland is een Stedelijk Bestuur van SPS-NIP gevestigd. Deze Stedelijke Besturen zijn speciaal voor jou als psychologiestudent in het leven geroepen en organiseren elk collegejaar in totaal ruim zestig zeer uiteenlopende en actuele studie- en carrièregerichte activiteiten die een aanvulling zijn op jouw studie en jou een duidelijk overzicht bieden van de te maken keuzes en toekomstmogelijkheden binnen de verschillende vakgebieden van de psychologie. Het gaat om o.a. carrièredagen zoals Experience Your Future, lezingen, (geaccrediteerde) workshops en netwerkactiviteiten. Er worden zowel Nederlandse- als Engelstalige activiteiten georganiseerd. De Besturen bestaan zelf enkel uit studenten en hebben bestaansrecht dankzij de psychologiestudenten die aangesloten zijn bij SPS-NIP. De activiteiten worden georganiseerd met het oog op voorbereiding op het werkveld, door middel van informatievoorziening en belangenbehartiging.
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Share
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About SHARE SHARE is the Faculty Association of the study ‘Health policy and management’ at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Every student from this study is able to become a member of SHARE. The Association is founded in 1983 with the aim to look after the interests of its members. We do this by offering all kinds of information and activities, providing contact between students and between them and the labour market. To achieve this goal, we need enthusiastic members to take place in different committees to organize various activities. Together we organize study-related activities such as a visit to the General Medical Council, a Health Care Debate or a study-trip abroad. Besides that, we also organize non-study-related activities. For example, (interfaculty) parties, drinks and dinners. Al these activities are organized by multiple committees. When you become an active member, you will get to know your fellow students even better and develop yourself in different, professional ways.
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Society College
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Society College is an organization that builds a societal reserve to strengthen a country’s cohesion and resilience. We offer life-long learning for people, with the goal of changing the compass of the current labour market. Strategic talent development, matching and retention are not just about career building, but also about a sense of purpose throughout different phases of a lifetime. Society College offers, based on years of experience, a unique program that combines career development with social education and social projects. Starting off with focussing on college students, we offer various programs for 8, 16 or 32 hours per week.
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Stichting Move
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JOIN MOVE Do you want children and young people to discover their talents and their impact on their surroundings? Join Move! Read below how you can participate as a volunteer, school or partner! You can also contact us directly, by using the contact form at the bottom of this page. We would be happy to answer your questions or see how you can join Move.
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Student Support
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If you need support or advice regarding the content of your study programme, please contact your own faculty study advisor. If you have questions about non-study related matters, you can contact Advice & Counselling. For example, you can contact us if you are confronted with: Legal and/or financial problems (student counsellors) Mental health problems such as stress or problems with procrastination (student psychologists) Finding a (part-time) job (career advisors) Inappropriate behaviour or inappropriate circumstances (confidential counsellor) Concerns about your study choice (study switch workshop) A functional impairment that hinders you when studying Student Support can also help you with various other issues. Take a look at the pages below to see which other services we offer. Moreover, you will find useful tips and tricks below regarding effective studying and your wellbeing. If you need further help after reading this page, please use the relevant pages to schedule an appointment with a student psychologist, student counsellor or career advisor. Training sessions and groups As well as individual support, Student Support also offers various training sessions and groups, including examination anxiety training, an improving study habits group, CV checks, support in applying for jobs and much more. Please consult our calendar for a complete overview.
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Student Wellbeing
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The EUR Student Wellbeing programme aims to help students grow and thrive during their life here at the university. We are proud of our students’ diversity and want to support and challenge every student to fully develop talents and personal growth. Check out what we have to offer; from workshops, events, and courses, to empathetic ears and personalised professional help.
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Studentenpastoraat010
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Spiritual wellbeing Het kan moeilijk zijn om te studeren als je iemand hebt verloren, zelfs als het al een tijd geleden is. Het brengt je vaak verder om daarover te praten met anderen die een vergelijkbare ervaring hebben gehad. Het lucht op, je kunt iets beter met het verlies leren omgaan: door de ruimte te vinden om weer meer van het leven te genieten, of met je gemengde gevoelens te leren leven. Cursus verlies verwerken Studentenpastoraat 010 faciliteert de cursus verlies verwerken (geen kosten) voor studenten en promovendi. De cursus start op verschillende momenten in het jaar. App of mail naar Rob van Waarde voor informatie of aanmelden. Individuele gesprekken zijn natuurlijk ook mogelijk. Schrijf je in, of krijg meer informatie via Rob van Waarde Spiritual counsellor, Studentenpastoraat 010 en via Wellbeing platform What participants to our activities say: 
‘You can speak freely. You are urged to start your personal learning process, which really makes you grow. Taking charge of yourself … I really enjoyed it’. Watch or read about inspiring ideas Authentic personal development asks you to discover the one gift you have to bring, as trainer of CEOs and artists Carol McHugh explains Social distancing asks us to cope with the loss of our horizon and certainties. In our fast and stressful society, how do you find resonance in your life? Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57hqmqyQfdk ‘Bright conversations’: drop in for a conversation twice a day 7/7. Or book a 1 hour conversation For a good conversation about motivation, family, discipline, anxieties, stress and living together in student houses. Contact us daily 4-6 and 8-10 pm, including weekends, by phone 010 3117026.
 You can also book a 1 hour conversation at other hours via email vanwaarde@eur.nl Team Training (for boards or committees) What drives you personally and as a team? Learning to think and act as a team is an asset for life. You will learn how to deal with personal differences and use them to grow collectively. How do you respond wisely to disappointment or incapacity? Team trainings are always customized. Depending on your demand we will focus on, for instance, communication, conflict management or vision development. Meditation: use an app, or join our live group Practice spiritual wellbeing by meditation apps, e.g. the Insight Timer app, which offers exercises from a range of religious backgrounds, and you can meditate together with friends online. For personal (online) meditation you can join a session four times a week: Sunday 6 pm and Monday 9.30 am (both English), Wednesday 8 pm and Thursday 9.30 am (both Dutch). Enrol via info@Rapenburg100.nl. A session consists of a short introduction, a meditation of 20-25 minutes, and the opportunity to chat afterwards. No experience required. Contact Dr. Rob van Waarde rob@studentenpastoraat010.nl +31 6 41935997 Skype: robvanwaarde You also can join myeur.nl Studenten interviewden op 3 november 2020 Rob van Waarde over Spiritual wellbeing. Je vindt het interview op de website van de Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam.
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Students for Christ
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We believe life is meant to be lived in community! From doing small things like going to the movies to asking the tricky questions about life and our relationship with God, we always want to do it together. In SFC, you'll be surrounded by friends that you can share life with, will support you and push you to grow. Better yet, you can be that friend to others, as well! Lifegroups Guys and girls meet separately in smaller groups every week to share, ask questions, discuss and have fun while learning what it means to live in relationship with God and each other. We have a few options so you can choose what evening or location works best for you! Other events We love to hangout and do fun things together, whether it’s playing sports at the park, going to the movies, having dinner and so on! There’s always a spot for you, and we would love to have you join us!
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Students-for-Students (S4S)
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Better education for students, by students Our connection to the CLI Students-for-Students (S4S) is part of the Community for Learning and Innovation (CLI), which was founded to ensure our university offers education to a new generation of students, which is catered to their needs. For teachers it is important to stay inspired and ahead of the game. The CLI helps encouraging teachers to keep learning, and to improve their professional development and growth. What we do Students-for-Students (S4S) stimulates and facilitates students’ projects which contribute to improving the quality of education for students. S4S is funded by governmental resources, which are freed up by the abolition of the Dutch basic student grant (“basisbeurs”) in 2015, and are now transferred directly to the universities to invest in the improvement of education. By enabling students to contribute to the improvement of their education and supporting them in making their education future-proof, S4S brings these resources back to the students. Our story The S4S Support Platform of the Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) originates from an initiative proposal by University Council student member Daniel Sieczkowski and is inspired by Prof. Dr. Gert-Jan Kleinrensink, who has been running a similar and tremendously successful S4S support platform at the Erasmus MC - called the Genootschap voor Extra-curriculaire Rotterdamse Studentenprojecten (GERS) - since many years.
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Studium Generale EUR
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Studium Generale is part of the Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) and organises scientific, social and cultural programmes throughout the year. The programme consist of lectures, debates, a monthly talk show, a monthly Open Stage Night, movie nights, cultural and scientific events and a wide range of workshops, courses and performances. Do you like exploring the cultural life of Rotterdam, do you enjoy participating in courses and workshops, or do you want to expand your knowledge of a range of current topics not necessarily related to your study? For academic and social insight and a wide range of cultural activities, Studium Generale is the place for you. Studium Generale organises programmes for EUR students and employees, but most of our programmes are also open to the general public (unless information about a particular programme states otherwise). Courses are only accessible to EUR students and employees, and our discounts on performances only apply to EUR students and employees.
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Study association AEclipse
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About AEclipse AEclipse is the study association for master students of International Economics, Policy Economics and Economics of Markets and Organisations. We offer a variety of events, ranging from professional to social and/or academic, such as in-house days, trips and guest lectures. In this way, we provide members with many opportunities to expand their network, develop valuable skills, explore new possibilities and get ready for the start of their career.
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Stukafest Rotterdam
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Stukafest presenteert: Stukafest TV Wie dit jaar aan een studie begint had verwacht dat het jaar er heel anders uit zou zien. Dit jaar geen introductieweken, geen festivals en geen huisfeestjes. Ook studentenkamerfestival Stukafest moest haar fysieke festival van februari 2021 afzeggen. Extra jammer omdat dit jaar in het teken zou staan van het 20-jarig jubileum, gelukkig is er een digitaal concept ontwikkeld: Stukafest TV. In februari zie je elke vrijdag een editie van Stukafest TV. Elke vrijdagavond zetten drie studentensteden negen artiesten centraal. De eerste editie is op 5 februari. Iedere Stukafest stad presenteert drie opkomende artiesten uit verschillende cultuurdisciplines. Kijkers kunnen tussen de drie streams ‘zappen’. Zo kun je nog steeds je eigen Stukafest ‘route’ uitstippelen langs jouw favoriete acts. Tussen de optredens door fiets je digitaal door de steden en maak je kennis met een greep uit de studentenhuizen in Nederland. Zo waarborgt Stukafest nog steeds de unieke belevenis van een festival in studentenkamers, zonder dat je als bezoeker daarvoor je huis hoeft te verlaten
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TSH Collab
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Welcome to TSH Collab - a boundary-blurring concept from The Student Hotel that brings together a new generation of international citizens and digital nomads. With flexible memberships, unique perks and growing network of locations, it's the best place to start or scale your business. TSH Collab is more than a co-working concept. It's a global community of ambitious creatives, entrepreneurs and start-ups changing the world. Take a peek at our beautifully-designed spaces.
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The Living Room
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Welcome! This is The Living Room of Erasmus University Rotterdam. You are welcomed to relax, connect, talk, visit a program around wellbeing and slow down for a minute! Come find us in the pop-up Living Room, between Erasmus Paviljoen and the Food Plaza!
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The Student Hotel
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We’re more than a hotel The Student Hotel brings together student accommodation, hotel rooms, co-working, meetings and events in a new and inspiring hospitality concept. We're ready to welcome you, and everyone you know!
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Tick in de Nick
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About our club Regular Club Nights Trainers Social Activities Other Membership Benefits Every Tuesday and Thursday from 18.00-23.00 There are training sessions throughout the year, so you can step up your game! A lot of fun! Besides the fact that there is always someone to play a game with, we also organize a number of social activities. Develop your personal skills by becoming an active member!
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Transito
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ABOUT us Transito is the study association for the Bachelor and Master program Urban, Port & Transport Economics of the Erasmus University Rotterdam. The association is completely organised by students and has the aim to offer a glance at the world behind the studies. ​ On this website you can find more information on Transito and our activities, as well as the latest news and business options related to Urban, Port and/or Transport Economics. The Board The board of Transito is selected by the previous board and includes the most ambitious and enthusiastic students of the UPT master program. This year the board consists of six members. The board is recruited in September of the new academic year. Learn more about the current board here and more about the open board positions here. ​ Membership Transito membership has a lot of benefits both for current UPTE students and alumni. We organize numerous social, study-related and business-related membership activities, with the annual international study trip as a highlight. You can sign up as a Transito member online by filling out the membership form. And it’s really cheap – only €12.50 a year!
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Turing Students Rotterdam
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Turing Students Rotterdam is a non-profit organization that helps people solve problems through tech. We organize courses, events, workshops, and boot camps for people who are interested in technology. We are a technology association for students, by students. Our main focus is to demonstrate that technology is accessible for all. No matter what your technical background is, we’ve got something for you. At the Erasmus University campus, we are building a community of students that are interested in technology while studying at a non-tech university. During the year we give courses, host networking events, career fairs, and social drinks. We are part of Turing Society, a student network organization whose aim is to educate the next generation of top coders.
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