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Who needs to apply for the immigration procedure Entry Visa AND a Residence Permit?

Full-time NON-EU/EEA students who accepted their conditional or unconditional offer and have a nationality / holding a passport of one of the countries mentioned in Group III and Group IV, need to apply for an Entry Visa and a Residence permit:

 

Countries

 
 

Procedure

 
 

Group I
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Sweden

 
 

You do not need to apply for an Entry Visa nor a Residence Permit. A valid passport is sufficient

 
 

Group II
Australia, Canada, Japan, Monaco, New Zealand, Vatican City, USA, South Korea

 
 

Residence Permit

 
 

Group III
Albania, Armenia, Andorra, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Brunei, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Israel, Macedonia, Malaysia, Morocco, Mexico, Moldova, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, San Marino, Serbia, Singapore, Turkey, Uruguay, Venezuela

 
 

Entry Visa & Residence Permit

 
 

Group IV
All other countries not mentioned in Group I, II and III

 
 

Entry Visa & Residence Permit

 

Your main point of contact for the immigration application procedure at RSM/ Erasmus University is Ms. Joyce Maliepaard (visabscmsc@rsm.nl). She will send you the email 'immigration application process' after you have accepted your conditional or unconditional offer of admission for the programme you have been accepted for at the beginning of March.This email explains the procedure to successfully process your immigration application. 

More Important information for NON EU/EEA Full-time students can be found on the RSM/ EUR website

 

Last update:
Tuesday, 12 May 2020

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Who needs to apply for the immigration procedure Residence Permit?

Full-time NON-EU/EEA students who accepted their conditional or unconditional offer and have a nationality of one of the countries mentioned in Group II need to apply for only a Residence permit:

 

Countries

 
 

Procedure

 
 

Group I
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Sweden

 
 

You do not need to apply for an Entry Visa nor a Residence Permit. A valid passport is sufficient

 
 

Group II
Australia, Canada, Japan, Monaco, New Zealand, Vatican City, USA, South Korea

 
 

Entry Visa

 
 

Group III
Albania, Armenia, Andorra, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Brunei, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Israel, Macedonia, Malaysia, Morocco, Mexico, Moldova, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, San Marino, Serbia, Singapore, Turkey, Uruguay, Venezuela

 
 

Entry Visa and Residence Permit

 
 

Group IV
All other countries not mentioned in Group I, II and III

 
 

Entry Visa and Residence Permit

 

Your main point of contact for the immigration application procedure at RSM/ Erasmus University is Ms. Joyce Maliepaard (visabscmsc@rsm.nl). She will send you the email 'immigration application process' after you have accepted your conditional or unconditional offer of admission for the programme you have been accepted for at the beginning of March.This email explains the procedure to successfully process your immigration application. 

More important information for NON EU/EEA Full-time students can be found on here 

Last update:
Tuesday, 12 May 2020

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What are the consequences of the Brexit for prospective students?

In 2016, the British people voted to leave the European Union. In December 2019 the British parliament accepted the deal Prime Minister Johnson agreed with the EU, with a Brexit date of 31 January 2020. Despite this milestone, there are still many unanswered questions. We hope the information provided on this EUR webpage will help you, as a current or prospective diploma or exchange student from or in the UK, to better understand your situation with regards to Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR). 

Last update:
Tuesday, 22 September 2020

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