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      RSM has a three-year bachelor programme, taught entirely in English, which focuses on International Business Administration (IBA). The same programme is also available in Dutch.

      For the admission criteria for the International Business Administration (IBA), please check our admissions requirements per diploma.

      RSM is a publicly financed institution and accordingly, the IBA annual tuition fee is €9,300 for the academic year 2020-2021. EU/EEA passport holders pay only the statutory fee of €2,143 per academic year. A limited number of scholarship waivers are offered by RSM specifically for non-EEA students, your son or daughter might be eligible for one. Please note that tuition fees are subject to change. 

      RSM offers a limited number of scholarships for excellent applicants from non-EEA countries. Various scholarship programmes which are accessible to MSc applicants are mentioned in the Scholarship finder. You can find more information about tuition, living costs and financial aid on our website. For questions about financial aid, please email [email protected]

      The admissions and applications process is the same for all students. First they have to register in the Dutch national student registration system, Studielink, by January 15. Then they have to complete our Online Application Form (OLAF) by January 31.

      Most of RSM's education and research takes place on the Erasmus University’s Woudestein campuswhich is practically a self-contained city with food courts, a grocery store, a bike repair shop, gym and sports facilities, and even a hairdresser.

      RSM has a dedicated team of student advisers, where you can access professional help, advice and guidance during your studies. The student advisers are independent in their advising. They always take into account the special circumstances and needs of individual students. 


      International students from more than 80 countries make up 65 per cent of the student population at RSM.

      Since RSM is a part of Erasmus University, there are many opportunities to get involved with a wide variety of student organisations, which not allows you to pursue your interests but also collaborate and meet students from other faculties.

      One of the most popular study associations among our students is RSM’s STAR. STAR is Europe's largest study association with more than 6,500 members! Its 270 dedicated members coordinate around 450 events that not only connect students-to-students but also students with a broad range of companies. For example, there is the RSM STAR Case Competition, in which twelve teams from top business schools worldwide come to Rotterdam to compete by presenting their solution cases to real-life businesses, like Nike.

      There are many ways to get involved with STAR and other student organisations at Erasmus University where you can learn to put into practice what you study while at RSM.

      Housing

      Although a complete and useful overview of housing information for International Students can be found on the housing pages of the Erasmus University, the information below especially applies to RSM’s first year BScIBA and MSc students coming from abroad.

      As in many major European cities, the demand for reasonably priced housing in Rotterdam is very high. Therefore, make it your number one priority and start searching immediately after being conditionally or unconditionally admitted to our BScIBA or one of the MSc programmes. As campus housing is limited, you may have to look for a room on the private market or seek other alternatives. 


      For the admission criteria for the programme of your interest, please visit our admissions page.

      RSM offers a limited number of scholarships for excellent applicants from non-EEA countries. Various scholarship programmes which are accessible to MSc applicants are mentioned in the Scholarship finder.

      You can find more information about tuition, living costs and financial aid on our website. For questions about financial aid, please email [email protected]

      RSM has its own dedicated Career Centre which serves current students, and continues to support graduates as they begin their careers in the following ways:

      - Personalised career advice.

      - CV and cover letter workshops.

      - Networking with companies from around the world.


      According to the 2019 MSc Employment Report

      - 92.4% of graduates are employed within six months of graduation

      - €40,580 worldwide average starting salary.

      - Average time to find a job: 2 months.

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      RSM has a three-year bachelor programme, taught entirely in English, which focuses on International Business Administration (IBA). The same programme is also available in Dutch.

      For the admission criteria for the International Business Administration (IBA), please check our admissions requirements per diploma.

      RSM is a publicly financed institution and accordingly, the IBA annual tuition fee is €9,300 for the academic year 2020-2021. EU/EEA passport holders pay only the statutory fee of €2,143 per academic year. A limited number of scholarship waivers are offered by RSM specifically for non-EEA students, your son or daughter might be eligible for one. Please note that tuition fees are subject to change. 

      RSM offers a limited number of scholarships for excellent applicants from non-EEA countries. Various scholarship programmes which are accessible to MSc applicants are mentioned in the Scholarship finder. You can find more information about tuition, living costs and financial aid on our website. For questions about financial aid, please email [email protected]

      The admissions and applications process is the same for all students. First they have to register in the Dutch national student registration system, Studielink, by January 15. Then they have to complete our Online Application Form (OLAF) by January 31.

      Most of RSM's education and research takes place on the Erasmus University’s Woudestein campuswhich is practically a self-contained city with food courts, a grocery store, a bike repair shop, gym and sports facilities, and even a hairdresser.

      RSM has a dedicated team of student advisers, where you can access professional help, advice and guidance during your studies. The student advisers are independent in their advising. They always take into account the special circumstances and needs of individual students. 


      International students from more than 80 countries make up 65 per cent of the student population at RSM.

      Since RSM is a part of Erasmus University, there are many opportunities to get involved with a wide variety of student organisations, which not allows you to pursue your interests but also collaborate and meet students from other faculties.

      One of the most popular study associations among our students is RSM’s STAR. STAR is Europe's largest study association with more than 6,500 members! Its 270 dedicated members coordinate around 450 events that not only connect students-to-students but also students with a broad range of companies. For example, there is the RSM STAR Case Competition, in which twelve teams from top business schools worldwide come to Rotterdam to compete by presenting their solution cases to real-life businesses, like Nike.

      There are many ways to get involved with STAR and other student organisations at Erasmus University where you can learn to put into practice what you study while at RSM.

      Housing

      Although a complete and useful overview of housing information for International Students can be found on the housing pages of the Erasmus University, the information below especially applies to RSM’s first year BScIBA and MSc students coming from abroad.

      As in many major European cities, the demand for reasonably priced housing in Rotterdam is very high. Therefore, make it your number one priority and start searching immediately after being conditionally or unconditionally admitted to our BScIBA or one of the MSc programmes. As campus housing is limited, you may have to look for a room on the private market or seek other alternatives. 


      For the admission criteria for the programme of your interest, please visit our admissions page.

      RSM offers a limited number of scholarships for excellent applicants from non-EEA countries. Various scholarship programmes which are accessible to MSc applicants are mentioned in the Scholarship finder.

      You can find more information about tuition, living costs and financial aid on our website. For questions about financial aid, please email [email protected]

      RSM has its own dedicated Career Centre which serves current students, and continues to support graduates as they begin their careers in the following ways:

      - Personalised career advice.

      - CV and cover letter workshops.

      - Networking with companies from around the world.


      According to the 2019 MSc Employment Report

      - 92.4% of graduates are employed within six months of graduation

      - €40,580 worldwide average starting salary.

      - Average time to find a job: 2 months.

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