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    >> ESN is recruiting a new Cultural Events Manager << Apply now!
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    Over 400 tickets have been sold for tonight's boat party 😀 Buy your ticket now! Tickets are available at the front desk of the Centre of International Affairs. You can find the desk in the building of Rotterdam Business School. Ticket price is € 5. You can only pay in cash. Bring your passport/ID to the boat party. Boarding at 20:00. Location: Plantagelaan 3 in Rotterdam. Be on time!Over 400 tickets have been sold for tonight's boat party 😀 Buy your ticket now! Tickets are available at the front desk of the Centre of International Affairs. You can find the desk in the building of Rotterdam Business School. Ticket price is € 5. You can only pay in cash. Bring your passport/ID t...See more
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    Erasmus University and you. Make it happen. Every day! “If it doesn't work, it’s very frustrating” (Sherida Alberga, 21, Student Psychology) “I’m a volunteer with the childline. Children and young people can call free and anonymously with their questions and problems, or just to talk. I thought it was very good and useful work and a good addition to my CV, for when I start looking for a job as psychologist. I started by doing an intensive 2 month training course, after which I took my first telephone call. Pretty nerve-racking. Children call for so many different reasons: they’re being bullied, they’ve lost a relative they loved, they are in love or don’t know what to do with their burgeoning sexuality. Some children talk ten to the dozen, others are initially very quiet. Unfortunately, we also get children who have been mistreated or abused. I then try and find out what’s been happening and advise them to take someone close to them in confidence. We always try to get these children into a follow-up programme. If that doesn’t work, it’s very frustrating. Yes, it’s intensive work. Rewarding, but often very hard work. I don’t miss the face-to-face contact. I think that not seeing the person on the other end of the line makes children feel safe. What do I want to do when I graduate? There are so many things I find interesting! The childline has shown me that I really enjoy contact with children and young people, so who knows … Coincidentally, I’m about to go to a master fair soon!”Erasmus University and you. Make it happen. Every day! “If it doesn't work, it’s very frustrating” (Sherida Alberga, 21, Student Psychology) “I’m a volunteer with the childline. Children and young people can call free and anonymously with their questions and problems, or just to talk. I thought it...See more
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    Erasmus University and you. Make it happen. Every day! “I look forward to being back in Asia” (Phung Ho, 21, Student HES: Trade management Asia (HES)) “Six years ago, I came to the Netherlands from Vietnam with my mother, brother and sister. Better study and career opportunities, that was my mother’s reason for leaving her beloved homeland. We knew the Netherlands from a previous family visit, but had never expected to come and live here. At first, it was a massive change. It was the middle of winter and I was terribly cold, I didn’t understand anyone, I missed my friends, I missed my country. … But things soon got better. My mother met my stepfather, a Dutch man who she’s still with. Thanks to him, I learned to speak the language, even though I’m not satisfied with my level! (laughs) I never felt any pressure from my mother’s dream for her children to study. I enjoy studying. In Asian countries, there’s a lot of pressure to cram in as much theory as possible in a short space of time. Here in the Netherlands, education is much more practical and you have to discover yourself – I like that very much. Next year, I’m going to study and work in China. I’m really looking forward to being back in an Asian country. At the moment, I’m having Chinese lessons every day!”Erasmus University and you. Make it happen. Every day! “I look forward to being back in Asia” (Phung Ho, 21, Student HES: Trade management Asia (HES)) “Six years ago, I came to the Netherlands from Vietnam with my mother, brother and sister. Better study and career opportunities, that was my moth...See more
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    Vandaag zijn onze viedejaars Maritieme Techniek studenten in het kader van de minor Yachts and Small Crafts te gast bij Marin. Studente Roelien doet live verslag via de Hogeschool Rotterdam Instragram-account.
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    Do you have questions about your visa and/or residence permit application? Did you know you can make an appointment with the IO Immigration team? You can talk to us in person or on Skype (if you are not in the Netherlands). You can make an appointment here:
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    Master of Finance and Accounting 2017
    Master of Finance and Accounting 2017
    Master of Finance and Accounting 2017
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