Amsterdam-Rotterdam Consortium for Graduate Education (ARC)
The Business Data Science research master program is governed by the Amsterdam-Rotterdam Consortium for Graduate Education (ARC). ARC is the consortium of the Schools of Economics and Business of Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR), University of Amsterdam (UvA) and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU), providing and supervising the graduate and PhD education of the schools. Also under the ARC umbrella is the Tinbergen Institute research master in economics.
Members of the Supervisory Board of ARC
Professor R.M.W.J. Beetsma, Dean Amsterdam School of Economics and Business, University of Amsterdam
Professor P.J.F. Groenen, Dean Erasmus School of Economics, Erasmus University
Professor A. van Witteloostuijn, Dean School of Business and Economics, VU Amsterdam
Members of the Advisory Board of ARC
The ARC Board supervises the day-to-day business and has one member: Professor E.J. Bartelsman.
Scientific Committee for the Business Data Science program
The Scientific Committee is comprised of experts in the fields of Business Data Science of the three participating faculties. Members are: Dennis Fok (EUR), Gui Liberali (EUR), André Lucas (VU), Dick den Hertog (UvA), Edo Roos-Lindgreen (UvA).,
Admission Board for the Business Data Science program
ARC Educational Board
The Educational Board serves the Tinbergen Institute and the Business Data Science research master programs and consists of six members. Three members are from the teaching staff and three members are students in the research master programs (for distributional reasons students delegate four members; three of them have the right to vote). The Educational Board issues advice, both solicited and unsolicited, to the Directors of Graduate Studies on all matters concerning the educational program, with the objective of maintaining or improving the quality of the programs.
Members of the Educational Board are:
ARC Examination Board
The Examination Board serves Tinbergen Institute and the Business Data Science research master programs. The main duty of the Examination Board is to supervise all aspects of the quality assurance of the examinations and to determine whether a student fulfils the conditions for obtaining the degree, as defined in the Academic and Examination Regulations. The Examination Board decides on any student requests for exemptions and deviations from the program.
Send an email to the Examination Board.
The student council is a joint council together with the Tinbergen Institute reseseach master students. The council channels concerns of students to staff and Director but is also there to remind students that there is more to life than studying. Contact the student council. For more information and agenda, look here.