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Prof. Dianne Bevelander talks to students about gender bias among men – and women.
Mike Gruenwald is one of the most active students on campus.
RSM welcomes new Executive MBA class with inspiring introduction week.
The RSM Sustainability Forum 2017 covers how co-creation can pave the way for a sustainable future.
Master students take opportunity to meet with global industry leaders during three company visits.
Unique management insights from RSM’s world-class researchers.
Evening session discussed the role of communication in driving positive change.
Pronounced family values lead to stronger identity and enhanced social capital for family firms.
Students tackled the challenge of the sinking Dutch peat meadows in three-week case competition.
Student assistants strive to engage wider community in RSM's sustainability projects.
Students' study trip to Frankfurt to see behind the scenes of finance & investments.
Management and engineering students take on sustainability challenge for interdisciplinary elective.
Take part in Warm Sweater Day on 10 February and donate your old sweaters.
The result of more effort, a longer study and more contact with business for finance students.
Five RSM members are recognised for their innovative achievements in the Netherlands and beyond.
RSM is highly ranked for its students’ international mobility, global diversity and value for money.
The full-time MBA Class of 2018 represents 35 nationalities, and will graduate in spring 2018.
Activities included lectures, networking and a company visit for the Executive MBA participants.
Cosmetics firm Rituals ranks first; research was initiated and led by Prof. Justin Jansen.
RSM’s Prof. Henk Volberda led the research team collecting data from the Netherlands through INSCOPE