Rotterdam Business School

Rotterdam Business School (RBS) is the international business school of Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences. Over 2,500 students are currently enrolled in our English-taught Bachelor and Master programmes.

About

Education

Just like in the world of business, our focus is fully international. Over 50 nationalities are represented amongst our student population. We work closely with partners in the business and education communities in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas to offer our students the global outlook and experience they need to succeed.

Research

Education, business placements, exchange programmes and practical research projects; they are all aimed at preparing our students for a career in international business. Real-life business cases provided by international companies are at the heart of many courses. They challenge our students to learn to act quickly and decisively, and to base their decisions on growing experience and healthy reflection.

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Student Reviews

NOT WORTH IT
Anonymous rated 1 out of 5 stars

The first week, a quarter of the class left because of how low the level was (and also due to treating us as kids instead of students). By the end of the year more than half left. The only ones that stayed were those who, like me, had failed previous times in other universities, could not afford to fail again and knew how easy it would be to graduate in RBS. Most of the...

Anonymous rated 5 out of 5 stars

Living abroad is something I've always dreamed of. The cultural diversity along with the exceptional study programme offered is the determining factor for me.

Anonymous rated 4 out of 5 stars

I think our school has some really relevant ideas how students will be able to learn best, by working with companies. The explanation is always really broad which is required to form an accurate business mind. One huge con of my school is that sadly enough there are a lot of struggles with planning which makes it more difficult for students to focus on the theories and...

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