Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences

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The Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences (abbreviated as Rotterdam UAS; Dutch: Hogeschool Rotterdam) is located in the city of Rotterdam, Netherlands. It was created in 1988 by a large-scale merger of 19 higher education schools followed by a merger with the Hogeschool voor Economische Studies. It teaches at ten campuses in Rotterdam and one in the nearby city of Dordrecht. Its current[when?] student body is greater than 30,000.[specify]

Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences
Hogeschool Rotterdam
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Motto'Overtref jezelf'[1]
TypePublic, University of Applied Sciences
Established1988
Administrative staff
4000
Students39,000
Location,
Websiterotterdamuas.com

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  1. ^ Motto in Dutch – website of the EUR

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