Coronavirus and events
Due to the current situation, many in-person events will either be cancelled or moved back until later in the year. If you have already booked for an event, you will receive an email with further information. Online events and webinars will go ahead as planned.
RSM Taiwan Chapter: Alumni reunion party
RSM alumni in Taiwan are kindly invited to the annual RSM Alumni Party, as a special 50th Anniversary edition. The event takes place on 11 December in Taipei.
- 4:50 pm Reception
- 5:15 pm Welcome Remarks
- 5:30 pm Dine with RSM Fellows
- 6:00 pm Blind Wine Testing sponsored by Peter Mertes
- 6:15 pm Call for Low Carbon Economy
- 6:30-7:30 pm Networking
Dinner and wine at The Terrace, Humble House
Parking at Humble House Taipei
- Early booking ticket: NTD 2500 (before November 20th)
- Standard ticket: NTD 3000 (November 21th - December 10th)
Book your ticket, join the celebration of RSM's 50th Anniversary with Taiwan-based alumni!
Year 2021 marks the 50th anniversary of RSM. Have a look at RSM's interactive history website to discover how RSM began in a small townhouse in Kralingen, Rotterdam with 30 students in 1970, and became a top-ranked business school as part the prestigious Erasmus University Rotterdam with over 9,500 pre- and post-experience students of over a hundred different nationalities.
Your safety at this event
RSM only supports events that take place face-to-face when it's safe to do so, and is permitted by local authorities.
During all RSM affiliated international events, please follow the current rules and recommendations of the local authorities - including maintaining social distance and wearing a mask if it is recommended to do so.
Even if you feel comfortable, please be mindful of the wishes of other attendees, who may have hidden medical conditions that make it difficult for them to wear a mask, or who may wish to take extra care in public.
If you feel in any way sick, are waiting for a coronavirus test result, or have a family member with cold or flu symptoms, please do not attend – even if you're keeping your distance and wearing a mask.