About FSR

The Financial Study association Rotterdam (FSR) is the study association for students interested in (Quantitative) Finance, Accounting and Controlling at Erasmus University Rotterdam, both at Erasmus School of Economics and Rotterdam School of Management.

Each year we organise various prestigious activities like the International Banking Cycle, the International Research Project, Corporate Finance Competition and the Erasmus Banking Summit. Other activities include workshops, company visits, study trips and company drinks. Besides, the FSR helps professors to arrange guest lectures for their courses.

The FSR organises these activities for her 2500 members interested in finance and/or accounting. To make these events possible the FSR works together with over 100 partners from several sectors. Furthermore, the FSR has a strong connection with the aforementioned schools of the Erasmus University.

The goal of the FSR is to create a link between theory - as it is taught at universities - and the versatile financial world in practice. Events of the FSR are, because of a constant critical look, always of high content and good quality. Due to this, participants of an FSR event get the opportunity to get in touch with the corporate world in a sincere manner. Participation in one of our events helps FSR members to make a deliberate decision with respect to the start of their professional career.

For more information about the FSR, don’t hesitate to contact us! You can send an e-mail to info@fsr.nl or call 010-408 1830, and you can always come by our office at H14-06. Make sure you follow us on FacebookLinkedin and Instagram.


The FSR was established in 1999 through a merger between the Finance association Rotterdam 'Pecunia' and the Accounting & Controlling association 'Pacioli'. Throughout the years the FSR has managed to build up a good reputation in Rotterdam and in the rest of The Netherlands. In the past two decades we have grown to the largest independent study association of the Erasmus University. During this time, many students have been able to develop their selves in one of the former boards or committees. This has brought the FSR a rich network of alumni. Thanks to the past FSR events, many former participants have been able to find their way in the financial sector.

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