Each student deserves the best possible higher education. Education in which students are acknowledged and recognised, are given equal opportunities, and are challenged to reach for the highest achievable goal. The teams of lecturers make the difference. Lecturers, researchers and field professionals learn from and with each other, in order to provide the students with current and challenging educational material. With a diploma of Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences in hand, every student is ready for the world of tomorrow.
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Student services at Rotterdam Business School are geared toward international students. All our lecturers and support staff speak English as well as many other languages.
Rotterdam is truly a world city. Home to the largest port in Europe, Rotterdam has global trade and transport links. The city's history of international trade has helped to shape what is now seen as the typical 'roll up your sleeves and get cracking' Rotterdam mentality. Known as the Netherlands' ultimate festival city, Rotterdam buzzes with activity all year round. Cultural, sporting, and music events are plentiful, while the diversity of cultures means that the cuisine is truly global, too.
A great way to get to know other students at Rotterdam Business School, and to have a lot of fun, is to join RISA - Rotterdam International Student Association.
Each year RISA organises lots of activities for both Dutch and international students alike, including social dinners and parties (boat party, beer-pong), international trips, sporting events, guest lectures etc. Visit the RISA website for the latest news and events.
Currently enrolled at Piet Zwart Institute, and it is an incredible place for academic and professional development.
The first week, a quarter of the class left because of how low the level was (and also due to treating us as kids instead of students). By the end of the year more than half left. The only ones that stayed were those who, like me, had failed previous times in other universities, could not afford to fail again and knew how easy it would be to graduate in RBS. Most of the...
Living abroad is something I've always dreamed of. The cultural diversity along with the exceptional study programme offered is the determining factor for me.