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Story written by ErasmusX student assistant Pascalle Tanis

As I am sitting in the airplane this afternoon heading to Barcelona for my upcoming exchange (as part of my studies), I thought it would be a good moment to reflect on my lessons learned at ErasmusX…

You may recall from my previous blogs that, from a young age onwards…


In a 4-part series, our team member Pascalle Tanis shares her experiences with working at ErasmusX, to provide you with a glimpse of what working with us looks like. This is Part III of her blog series.

If you missed her two earlier blogs you can read them here:


The ErasmusX Team was recently joined by three new team members, namely: Fanny, Lea and Pablo. As a part of their onboarding ceremony, we asked all three to write a poem about education innovation. In just 15 minutes, they had to draft up a poem by hand.

In a 3-part…


The ErasmusX Team was recently joined by three new team members, namely: Fanny, Lea and Pablo. As a part of their onboarding ceremony, we asked all three to write a poem about education innovation. In just 15 minutes, they had to draft up a poem by hand.

In a 3-part…


The ErasmusX Team was recently joined by three new team members, namely: Fanny, Lea and Pablo. As a part of their onboarding ceremony, we asked all three to write a poem about education innovation. In just 15 minutes, they had to draft up a poem by hand.

In a 3-part…


Story written by Andria Naudé Fourie (Research Fellow, Erasmus School of Law; Visiting Scholar, Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity, Erasmus University Rotterdam)

Like so many people, I spent a significant chunk of the (northern hemisphere’s) summer and autumn of 2020 recovering from COVID-19 and its long-lingering effects. Like academics everywhere, I was also preparing to shift my teaching entirely online. Months of frantic preparation were followed by intense periods of teaching that…


Story written by ErasmusX student assistant & intern Pascalle Tanis

In the previous part of this blog series, “Part I: A Short Introduction”, I introduced myself and explained how I became a student assistant at ErasmusX. The word “assistant” is often defined as “a person who ranks below a senior person”, however, my experience working as a student “assistant” gave…


This incredible story was written by Dr. Ginie Servant-Miklos

If you want to study education at a university in The Netherlands, you’ve got limited options: education sciences, pedagogics, or a combination of the two. In the first case, you’ll be mostly studying cognitive psychology, and in the second case, instructional design. These are interesting and relevant to a career…


Story written by ErasmusX student assistant & intern Pascalle Tanis

Hi! My name is Pascalle. I’m from a small conservative village, called Sommelsdijk, in the South West of the Netherlands. I am a sociable and energetic person who loves being around other people, but who can also turn very introverted at times. School has never really been my thing. And…


Story was written by Farshida Zafar, Director of ErasmusX

In the past 8 years of working as an educational innovator/teacher at Erasmus University Rotterdam, I have witnessed first-hand what it means to be a pioneer in this realm. The university campus, a bustling international hub with brilliant academics, ambitious students, and people from all walks of life, all located…

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