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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.
75 professionals graduated from RSM’s Dutch Parttime Master Bedrijfskunde in November 2018.
Creating business value from new knowledge of digital applications and technologies.
RSM’s Women in Leadership Conference 2018: Women’s time in business is now.
Marcell Bozsik and Adam Geiszt won the FEM Smart Logistics Challenge with a strong business case.
Class of 2018 is the first cohort to graduate from the Cologne-Rotterdam EMBA.
Dr Stefano Tasselli recognised for his high-quality research and education on international level.
Almost 40 RSM alumni flocked to Dubai to share the pros and cons of living in this exciting region.
Exploring corporate foundations as hybrid organisations between business and society.
Company recruiters and alumni share first-hand tips at RSM CEMS Career Orientation event.
Graduates reunite to explore how they are different – and how they are the same.
ERIM award recognises pivotal role as promotor and mentor of marketing scholars.
Top speakers and academics wove together ideas, ideals and actions with professionals.
CEO event explores innovation and transformation in global business.
The Netherlands in 6th place in the World Economic Forum’s global competitiveness index.
RSM’s Dr Emilio Marti recognised for paper on self-fulfilling theories for the second time.
Distinguished Alumni Awards 2018 presented at the RSM Leadership Summit.
Almost 1,500 master students graduated from RSM, and went home with ‘food for thought’.