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The one-year master is for recent bachelor graduates from healthcare and life science programmes.
Sharing knowledge with the right people means theory can be put into practice.
Experienced professionals tackle challenges through new part-time MBA programme.
The case by RSM and CEVA Logistics is valuable for companies and students.
Professors Justin Jansen and Tom Mom present 5 steps towards sustainable growth in changing times.
Challenging year but successful outcome for RSM’s newest change makers from MBA2021 and EMBA2020.
Graduate Florian Frenken researched garment size charts and online recommendations.
‘Hard workers’ create their own graduation videos for celebratory online ceremony.
First and second place for RSM in international competition, organised by Utah State University.
Bachelor students win on debut entry in 24-hour fintech case competition.
RSM has established a new international partnership with Lancaster University Management School
Project funded by Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions will be supervised by Prof. Flore Bridoux.
Great result in the CaseIT MIS Case Competition against 16 international teams over four days.
RSM’s Case Development Centre develops award-winning teaching tools from stories about business.
Real data analytics challenge to produce proof-of-concept concludes executive education programme.
Thorough quantitative analysis and international comparison leads to vaccination logistics proposal.
Prof. Eric van Heck recognised for scientific impact, service, and contributions in the field.
No ‘one-shot’ solution for poverty but equal opportunities for 16-27 age group can help.
RSM student David Teng on the story behind winning a government innovation prize.
It is with deep regret that we have learned of the death of Emeritus Professor Jaap Spronk.