Erasmus University Rotterdam

Erasmus University Rotterdam is a university in the Netherlands, located in Rotterdam. The university is named after Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus, a 15th century humanist and theologian. The university has seven faculties and focuses on four areas of expertise

  • Health - Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences/Erasmus MC and institute of Health Policy & Management (iBMG)
  • Wealth - Erasmus School of Economics and Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
  • Governance - Erasmus School of Law and Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Culture - Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication, Faculty of Social Sciences and Faculty of Philosophy

Erasmus MC is the largest and one of the foremost academic medical centers and trauma centers in the Netherlands, whereas its economics and business school, Erasmus School of Economics and Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University are leading economics school and business school within Europe and the world. The Erasmus School of Law is one of the largest law schools in the Netherlands.

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