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Four new Distinguished Alumni join RSM’s roll of honour

Recognition for achievements and volunteering in the RSM community and in society

Being a force for positive change starts here

Here’s why RSM is preparing the next generation to be reflective, creative and collaborative.

Speed interviews popular at international career event

Around 300 skilled students joined recruitment event to explore international career opportunities.

New part-time master challenges young professionals to broaden horizons

From September 2020 students can combine work and study in Dutch Parttime Master in Management.

Business research as a force for positive change at RSM

How business research contributes to the issues behind World Science Day for Peace and Development.

Flore Bridoux appointed professor of stakeholder management

Research aims to focus on how managers can deal with trade-offs among stakeholder interests.

New book shows standardisation education can support sustainable development

Best practices and education case studies from book co-authored by Prof. Henk de Vries.

Climate worsened for scale-ups in the Netherlands

Increase in number of scale-ups dropped by more than half; fewer startups develop into scale-ups.

Student Ambassadors appointed to make positive change happen at RSM

29 student volunteers set to work creating local impact towards the SDGs.

Dianne Bevelander wins 2019 FAME Athena Award

Limitless commitment to promoting the influence of women.

Master graduates get ready to take on broader responsibilities

More than 1,200 new graduates welcomed into the RSM alumni network.

RSM climbs two places in FT Master in Management ranking

Good all-round performance consolidates RSM’s position well within the top 10.

RSM Escape Room stimulates thinking about the SDGs

A serious game designed to bring home the reality of achieving sustainability goals.

Student consultants seek business clients

‘Suitable companies with interesting problems’ can benefit from student-led research.

RSM debate: Anand Giridharadas and the fallacy of elite philanthropists

Time magazine’s editor-at-large urges business students to challenge the status quo

CEMS career event: “Be open to the unexpected”

Recruiters and alumni shared first-hand experiences and tips to get started on the labour market.

Standardisation management and nature: inaugural address from new professor

Prof. Henk de Vries demonstrates interface between standardisation research and the natural world.

Tal Simons – new professor in the Department of Organisation and Personnel Management

A greater understanding of organisations through research and teaching.

Case study taps into business aspects of technology start-up

The case is available online for business schools and engineering students.

STAR Management Week to focus on ‘standing out from the crowd’

Learn how to leverage personal ambitions in activities by 80 companies in the two-week event.