22 - 24 July 2019
Equality, diversity and inclusion in 2019: Resistance
How to get to Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR)
Woudestein Campus is situated at the Burgemeester Oudlaan 50 in Rotterdam. The campus can easily be reached by car or with public transportation.
Public transportation:RET is the independent public transport company that serves the southern part of the Randstad conurbation. With the trams or subway of the RET, you can travel to the campus.
From Rotterdam Central Station
· Tram 7, direction Woudestein, stop 'Erasmus Universiteit'.
- Tram 21 or 24 direction De Esch. Stop 'Woudestein'.
- Subway, direction Slinge. Transfer at Beurs, to subway in the direction of Binnenhof, Nesselande or De Terp. Get off the subway at station Kralingse Zoom. This subway is within walking distance (10 minutes) of the campus.
From Rotterdam Alexander
· Subway, direction Schiedam Centrum or De Akkers. Get off the subway at station Kralingse Zoom. This subway is within walking distance (10 minutes) of the campus.
Route by car:The Woudestein campus is situated near the A16 and easily accessible by car.
- On the A16, from both directions, take exit 25 (Centrum).
- Follow the signs 'Centrum'.
- Turn right at the traffic lights (Burgemeester Oudlaan).
- You will find the Woudestein campus on the right-hand side.
Information about Rotterdam
Rotterdam has everything you need: culture, entertainment, sports, architecture, shopping and exciting events. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to meet creative young professionals, and to develop yourself on a personal and professional level.
Diversity: There’s a hands-on mentality and great entrepreneurial spirit among Rotterdam’s residents. Around 175 nationalities live side by side in the city, a diversity that is reflected in its urban life. From Rotterdam, you can easily explore other areas in the Netherlands and Europe depending on your time and budget.
Gateway to Europe: Our multicultural city is home to many multinational and local enterprises with a growing reputation as an international knowledge centre in areas including supply chain management and logistics. Rotterdam has been a hub of international trade and commerce for centuries, and is home to the Port of Rotterdam, the largest port in Europe and ranked in the top 10 of largest ports in the world.
Vibrant urban life: Rotterdam is globally known for its progressive outlook, and the city is bursting with art, music, world-famous architecture, cinema, dance and theatre. The city hosts numerous annual festivals, concerts and sporting events. Rotterdam’s nightlife rivals that of Amsterdam with a hip and creative young scene filling restaurants, bars, cafés and nightclubs. During the summer, you can enjoy the sun from a terrace or park with relaxing music and food, and great views of the river and the Rotterdam skyline.
Discover more about Rotterdam:
Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) Campus Map
All conference rooms are located in the Van der Goot Building (M)