AEclipse is the study association for masters students at the Department of General Economics of the Erasmus School of Economics. Since our founding on August 23rd 1996 we have been committed to offering great value to our members through a variety of activities and events. This focus has allowed us to grow to around 450 members, making us one of the largest study associations for masters students at Erasmus University.

Over the decades, AEclipse has always maintained a unique balance between the social, professional and academic character of our activities. In particular, our events are organized in close harmony with the department of General Economics. A great example of this is the prestigious International Research Project (IRP), which is organized in close conjunction with ESE professors.  These same professors also provide their expertise by aiding students in writing their thesis as part of the Erasmus Advisory Project.

At the same time, AEclipse is dedicated to providing excellent professional experiences to our members in conjunction with our many partners. This is evident from an ongoing commitment to our partner relationships and a consistent focus on quality. In this we can rely on a pool of excellent and enthusiastic students. Because of these relationships, we are able to offer varied and interesting inhouse days and internship opportunities for our students.

Furthermore we offer a variety of other events, ranging from professional, to social and/or academic. A great example of this is our Business Cycle Tour, in which a group of students visit a country that is interesting because of its position in the world economy. The purpose of this trip is to become familiar with the local business culture and make a comparison with your own culture. Additionally we offer academic services to our members, such as book sales.

Throughout its existence, AEclipse has consistently offered great value to members and partners alike, and we are convinced that it can continue to do so in the future.