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Companies were impressed with the proposed business model innovations.
RSM’s top finance students played a tasting game and learned about finance and sustainability.
The RSM STAR Case Society team worked on a real-life business case for Chinese e-commerce start-up.
Finance students learn how to follow price movements in Oxyor trading simulation.
The paper explores how audience engagement with FinTech impacts banks' strategy.
New Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Excellence programme teaches how to increase the speed and quality of
RSM’s two bachelor graduations raised almost €10,000 for Vrienden van het Sophia foundation.
By subject and across Europe, RSM maintained its impressive rankings in 2017.
Annual awards recognise excellence and impact as well as services to academic research.
Professionals will learn knowledge and skills from Prof. Cees van Riel in this four-day course.
Career panel helps MSc Finance & Investments Advanced students start their professional life.
The competition was organised by RSM MBA students and took place at ABN AMRO and PwC in Amsterdam.
Around 65 students attended the workshop, led by Prof. Dianne Bevelander and Dorothy Grandia.
RSM professor on stage for TED Talks: future energy technology is all about being connected.
Société Générale seeks the most talented students for its fast career track in finance and banking.
RSM alumni co-organised the luxury event to connect international business school alumni.
Graduates told ‘Be proud of your accomplishments’ after combining master study with working.
From rural Zambia to a senior position. Discover the life (so far) of MBA alumnus Dingani Banda.
Médecins sans Frontières and RSM to streamline operations through research and students.
Read the story of alumnus Sam van Tol’s Correctbook, a reusable notebook for schools in South Africa