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Prof. Ting Li and Dr Dan Schley aim to initiate and support research projects across disciplines.
Professionals in the part-time MSc in Corporate Communication Class of 2018 graduated in November.
Our alumni team joined the Local Chapter in Dubai and learned what it’s like to live and work there.
RSM Executive Education helps managers look at challenges from new perspectives to make an impact.
Here’s how RSM optimises research and education about the interaction between business and society.
Read how one RSM alumnus uses his entrepreneurial skills to change people’s lives.
How a solid career in infrastructure finance turned into an entrepreneurial, purpose-driven journey.
Read about alumna Simone Marschall’s MBA experiences and her entrepreneurial travel sabbatical.
Storytelling at RSM alumni reunion: “They know what they’re talking about and they’re not shy.”
Read the story of an entrepreneur who conquered the ‘waves of feminism’ to achieve her dreams.
Discover how a former world champion surfer and entrepreneur created a ‘code’ for willpower.
Meet this year’s RSM Distinguished Alumni Award recipients as chosen by the RSM community.
Students and companies connect through speed interviews at International Career event on campus.
Students to challenge businesses to make more impact towards positive societal changes.
Videos show how the SDGs are both relevant to, and related with management, science and business.
Symposium: countries should redefine competition and innovation to stay relevant.
Internships and study exchanges made graduates stronger and more culturally aware.
Around 165 alumni from top business schools raised funds for charity in raffle at the ball.
Professionals can study global business in the OneMBA programme at five business schools worldwide.
Attracting top talent requires a fundamentally different approach than attracting ‘normal’ talent.