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Scholars from RSM Strategic Management & Entrepreneurship department focus on practical research.
Of the 815 bachelor graduates, almost 450 are now enrolled in RSM master programmes.
International Career Event attracted 17 companies and 300 students for speed interviews and fair.
Achieving growth is becoming increasingly urgent for businesses when a third are actually shrinking
Discount for bookings up to 15 December from new programme brochure for 2018.
Afternoon masterclass on turning challenges into opportunities in the face of technological change.
The collaboration enables more instructors and students to benefit from high-quality teaching cases.
Professionals can learn why ethical leadership can make the difference between success and failure.
The career event was part of the personal and professional develop track in the CEMS curriculum.
Jelmer van der Gaast researched order picking systems, and developed new methods to handle these.
In five guest lectures, bachelor students combined theory and practice with executives from Van Oord
New joint alumni campaign aims to create an endowment fund of € 100 million by 2025.
Dr Amit Bhattacharjee explored types of experiences that bring greatest happiness throughout life.
The company visit was part of the curriculum for RSM’s MSc Finance & Investments Advanced students.
Ting Li was appointed RSM professor in digital business, endowed by the Erasmus Trust Fund.
Dr Stefano Tasselli was also recently recognised for his work by the University of Cambridge.
Students worked on cases about energy trading, big data marketing and an energy-funded start-up.
The exemplary winners are based on results in the Erasmus Competition and Innovation Monitor 2017.
However, the human side of innovation remains largely untapped.
Speakers included Prof. Ted London, and advocacy policy leaders from Oxfam and Unilever.