Extracurricular activities

Extracurricular activities

A majority of respondents mentioned they were active in studying with fellow students (76%) and that they had held a part-time job unrelated to their studies during the time that they studied with us (48%).

The least mention was given to involvement with academic committees (17%). This is remarkable, because this is one extracurricular factor that has a positive effect on graduates’ employment status, with 0% unemployment.

The survey shows that Dutch graduates (40%) were more likely to be a member of organisations – student or otherwise –than EEA or non-EEA students; of the EEA students 29% and 22 respondents for non-EEA countries showed only involvement in organisations and the Dutch students were more likely to have a part-time job, whether relevant to their studies (57%) or not (62%).

The extracurricular activities of RSM graduates