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How and where do I need to register at the Hogeschool Rotterdam?

Foreign students who wish to study at the Hogeschool Rotterdam need to be announced to the International Office of the university.

Therefore, foreign students should send:
Application Form for Exchange Students from your home institution, completed and signed and in print or block letters
3 passport photographs
copy of passport

All documents should be sent to the following addresses or emails:

International Office
Hogeschool Rotterdam
Kralingse Zoom 91
Room Z2.004
P.O.Box 25035, 3001 HA, Rotterdam
Tel: + 31 (0) 10 794 6005
Fax:+ 31 (0) 10 794 6007
E-mail:
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These documents should be returned to the above mentioned office before the application deadline:

MAY 1, 2010 FOR FALL SEMESTER (SEMPTEMBER-JANUARY 2010-2010)

Within one month after the deadline you will receive a letter confirming your acceptance. From this moment on, you will be in contact with the department Commercial Management to gather more information about the programme.

Upon arrival, you will receive a student number. With this student number you can go to the ICT helpdesk. There you will receive your computer account.

Don’t forget to look for the VISA requirements and the residence permit (Various information) and for the housing procedure (Housing).

 
 
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