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Student reviews for Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences

Average rating 4.8

Based on 31 reviews.

Tristan
(4)
Generally fun courses, interactive lectures, and a good transition from the main courses to your thesis. Main drawback for me was the lack of communication and guidance when it came to finding a practical internship
Phuong Ng
(5)
I am the only international student in the Brain and Cognition track this year, so hopefully my review will be helpful for both Dutch and international students to have a rough idea about the program. The program is entirely in English; however, next year they will have a separate one offered in Dutch as well. We have a class of 10 people and th...
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Hala Abi
(5)
IHS’ inspiring environment which connects people from different cultures and professional backgrounds is the embodiment of ‘unity in diversity’.
Rabia
(5)
I really enjoyed the interactive pedagogical simulations, including a community action planning workshop based on real-life cases
Max
(5)
This programme has provided me with the opportunity to work within diverse multi-cultural teams, and to explore and develop innovative strategies for urban development while interacting with local stakeholders of Rotterdam.
Rami
(5)
The multidisciplinary nature of the programme has changed my perspective on urban issues and helped me approach them in a more realistic way.
Jeremy
(5)
The international atmosphere at IHS made me feel like I'm in one big family. I really enjoyed the innovative learning methods that used games to deepen understanding.
Larissa
(5)
Rotterdam is an inspiration, a living laboratory where students can experience research and action united for a successful city.
Hala Abi
(5)
IHS’ inspiring environment which connects people from different cultures and professional backgrounds is the embodiment of ‘unity in diversity’.
Rabia
(5)
I really enjoyed the interactive pedagogical simulations, including a community action planning workshop based on real-life cases
Max
(5)
This programme has provided me with the opportunity to work within diverse multi-cultural teams, and to explore and develop innovative strategies for urban development while interacting with local stakeholders of Rotterdam.
Rami
(5)
The multidisciplinary nature of the programme has changed my perspective on urban issues and helped me approach them in a more realistic way.
Jeremy
(5)
The international atmosphere at IHS made me feel like I'm in one big family. I really enjoyed the innovative learning methods that used games to deepen understanding.
Larissa
(5)
Rotterdam is an inspiration, a living laboratory where students can experience research and action united for a successful city.
Anel
(4)
Prepare to be challenged in a very demanding masters program. As an international student, I recommend this program for students and professionals that are looking get out of their comfort zone. First, you will arrive in a very different yet enriching educational system where 70% of the experience definitely depends on the student, hers/his expe...
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Rafael Muñoz
(4)
If you want to learn high value and up to date content on work & organizational psychology, this is definitely a masters program that I recommend. I have a bachelors degree in psychology and then I worked for about 2 years in human resources, and also as a recruiter for a big multinational. Nevertheless, I wanted to be the best one in the field ...
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Tom
(4)
After obtaining my bachelor’s degree at the university of applied sciences, I did not want to end student life yet. I chose to follow a pre-master program to get access to one of the numerous master’s in public administration (MSc). Currently I’m almost halfway true the pre-master program, and so far so good! The first course, a minor, was a nic...
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Noriah Kim Schlesinger
(4)
I completed my Bachelors of science at the ESSB of Erasmus University Rotterdam and I am now currently doing my Masters at the same faculty! I really enjoyed my three years before this and I learned a lot! We had an amazing opportunity to take part in an exchange program which was very important for me! Additionally, we learned a lot throughout ...
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Elina
(5)
The Masters programme Governance of Migration and Diversity at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam is the right programme for you, • if you are interested in the history and politics of migration and diversity, • if you are curious about why and how people migrate and which role globalization plays, • if you want to know more about the gover...
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Simone
(5)
The master Human Learning and Performance is a well-organized master's degree, which will prepare you for the future work of a school psychologist. I like the division into three main subjects (innovation, assessment and cultural diversity). For this reason, it is possible to discover which field you are most interested in. Within each subject, ...
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Guusje
(5)
I am currently following the pre-master program in Sociology. I am almost halfway and thus far I really like it. It meets my expectations. Especially the first two courses (inleiding sociologie en cohesie en identiteit) were really interesting, since they were the most theoretical thus far. The pre-master has a strong focus on research methods (...
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Shelley
(5)
After finishing my bachelors in public administration, I wanted to do a master in a field I was really interested in: the development of cities and urban areas. Besides, I was aware of the fact that these developments were not self-executive: they need to be governed. These two interests are combined in this master’s programme. In several course...
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Lena
(5)
I am currently doing the International Public Management and Policy master and can highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in international policy-making. The master offers a fruitful combination of emprical and analytical tasks, but also more practice-relevant tasks such as drafting a policy proposal and setting up your own NGO. You wil...
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Marthe
(4)
This program will be a good fit if your interests are diverse, but in many ways concerned with social justice and social inequalities. It really asks students to think of contemporary issues within society in a diverse and interesting, theorize them and consider the possibilities for further research and policy changes. However, a course on rese...
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Alicia Marius Le Prince
(5)
The international psychology program at Erasmus is for me because of its interactive teaching methods exactly the right choice! Instead of just having lectures the program established study groups or tutorials in which the students explain and teach the material to each other under the supervision of a tutor. For every one that learns best throu...
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