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Participants explored business through lectures and company visits in Rotterdam and Warsaw.
Bachelor students chose the best professor, course and support team for annual awards.
Professionals learn to deal with challenges effectively in seven-day outdoor leadership programme.
The multi-source case explores TomTom’s brand management success and challenges.
Managers, entrepreneurs and students explored transparency, data and blockchain at Venture Café.
What triggers companies to attract sustainability-minded investors? Paul Ruijs wins €1,000.
Students use knowledge of climate change and business to respond to wicked problem at conference.
Sixteen companies presented themselves to RSM’s business students at the Bachelor Internship Fair.
Bursting the sustainability bubble is essential, says master student Nike van der Velde.
Research and volunteering strengthens impact of football club’s community initiative.
Living Energy 2019 shows what ports can do with the right co-ordination.
Blockchain and transparency will be explored by managers, entrepreneurs and students on 25 April.
RSM conference explored the success of organisations’ efforts when dealing with asylum seekers.
The 30th edition of executive summer course will explore corporate communication.
Recruiter and alumni panels discussed the labour market and career choices with RSM CEMS students.
The quality of RSM’s accredited study programmes is not under discussion.
Funds aims to recruit faculty to support municipalities’ efforts in reaching sustainability goals.
Coaching track for aspiring diplomats and delegates brings success for BSc student Vincent Jahn.
The register consists of three parts, separating programmes with or without NVAO accreditation.