Talk to students of Arts and Culture Studies

Are you thinking about applying for a Bachelor’s or Master’s programme of our Arts and Culture Studies department? And are you curious about other students’ experiences? Then this app is perfect for you! It allows you to get in touch with our current students. So go ahead and ask them anything you want about the programme, studying at EUR or living in Rotterdam.

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Talk to a student of Arts and Culture Studies

Praten met een student van Cultuurwetenschappen



Bachelor Arts and Culture Studies
International

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Bachelor Algemene Cultuurwetenschappen
Nederlands

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Master Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship
International

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Testimonials

  • Naomi Pattianakotta

    "When I came across this programme, I immediately felt at home."

              Naomi Pattianakotta
              International Bachelor Arts and Culture Studies (IBACS)
  • Maaike Fiselier

    "What I particularly like about the programme is the international angle in which it teaches the students about art."

              Maaike Fiselier
              International Bachelor Arts and Culture Studies (IBACS)
  • Adelindra Meijer

    "Ik koos aanvankelijk voor een studie bedrijfskunde, maar toen ik na een jaar overstapte naar ACW - de studie die eigenlijk altijd op nummer één stond voor mij - kwam ik er heel snel achter dat ik nu toch wel echt op mijn plaats zat, en dat ik er alles aan zou doen om mijn studie af te maken."

              Adelindra Meijer
              Algemene Cultuurwetenschappen (ACW)
  • Nikki Oomen

    "De studenten, docenten en colleges inspireren me nog dagelijks."

              Nikki Oomen
              Algemene Cultuurwetenschappen (ACW)
 

More information

Looking for more information about a specific programme? Visit the websites below or contact Marije Ruijter, Programme Coordinator of the Arts and Culture Studies department.

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