The regular minor period at the EUR is in the first 10 weeks of the academic year (Sept-Nov). Re-sits are in July. RSM bachelor students can take a Minor of 15 EC (in block 9) or 30 EC (block 9, 10, and 11), either at the EUR or at another university (TU Delft, Leiden University, or others). At the EUR you can choose between a broadening minor or a deepening minor. There are also selection minors.

Broadening minors broaden your knowledge. The subjects are in addition to the existing subjects in the curriculum. You can choose broadening minors from RSM, but also from other faculties. The complete range of minors from all EUR faculties can be found on eduXchange.

Deepening minors are minors where prior knowledge is important, because the subject matter is explored in more depth. Deepening minors can only be taken at your own faculty. RSM offers one deepening minor; the minor Accounting Skills. This minor is a pre-requisite for post-master education in accounting (i.e., Register Accountant). See eduXchange for more details.

Selection minors have a special selection procedure in place, the criteria differs per selection minor. Bedrijfskunde (BA) students can choose the Educatieve Minor Economie (30 EC), which offers the opportunity to become acquainted with teaching. 
Please note that there are additional admission requirements for selection minors. There is also a different registration period (in April). See eduXchange for more details.

Registration minor

Students interested in taking a broadening or deepening minor at the EUR in the upcoming academic year will be able to register on a first come first served basis in May. The registration for selection minors takes place in April. Please read this website carefully for more information.

The EUR Minor Coordination processes all minor registrations. The EUR website provides all of the options available to you, explains how to register, and provides an overview of accepted Minors per programme. 

Please note: RSM students may only register for a Minor if they have obtained 60 EC from the RSM bachelor 1 programme at the time of registration (in May). Students who register for a minor, but do not meet this requirement, will automatically be de-registered by the EUR Minor Coordination. If you are able to complete the 60 EC for B1 before the start of the minor, please email and we will check which RSM minor is still available for you.


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