Coronavirus update August 2020

Erasmus University Rotterdam stays on top of the developments and all measures regarding the coronavirus, that have been communicated by the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM). Our Occupational Health and Safety Service is also in close contact with the regional GGD. Learn more about the consequences of these measures for students

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The Eurekaweek will definitely go on

The government has decided not to completely cancel introduction weeks but to give students at least an opportunity to make contacts in their university and the city in which they will be studying. The Executive Board is delighted with the government’s decision because first year students need this introduction week to be able to make

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Start semester 1, September 2020: COVID-19 regulations update

We receive a lot of questions regarding the start of the first semester and the impact of the COVID-19 regulations. Recently it became clear from the Dutch government that there will probably be fewer corona measures next academic year, for example, public transport restrictions have been lifted. That means more opportunities for us on campus,

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21st Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology (Il)legal organizations and crime Challenges for contemporary criminology

The Bucharest Conference, in addition to dealing with the usual topics criminologists are working on, that can be easily defined as crimes perpetrated by individuals, will also focus on offences committed within different organisational frameworks. While putting together organisational crime and organized crime may seem surprinsing, it is clear that both forms of crime require a certain

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