RSM MBA Alumni Reunion

RSM MBA Alumni Reunion

Welcome back, classes of 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003, 2008 and 2013!

I am delighted to invite you back to Rotterdam to celebrate your MBA Alumni Reunion on Friday 12 and Saturday 13 October 2018. We are looking forward to hosting you, back in Rotterdam and on campus, while you connect with your MBA friends and make new ones from other MBA classes.

Your reunion programme
During the first part of the reunion, on Friday, you will have the opportunity to attend the RSM Leadership Summit, our flagship event that brings together top speakers from business and academia. You will join fellow alumni, RSM students and our professors to discover how you can steer your business to be a force for positive change in the world, share how you are contributing and become inspired by others during presentations and round-table discussions.

On Saturday, your reunion continues in a more informal atmosphere, giving you enough time to catch-up with your old classmates, reflect on the old times and create new memories. We have also created space in the programme for you to engage in a conversation with the school's leadership team. We would like to tell you about how the MBA programmes have changed since you have graduated and how we continue to innovate our curriculum and our recruitment strategy.  We also look forward to discussing with you about how the school and the alumni community can (continue to) create mutually beneficial relations around the globe.

Concluding your reunion, we will have a reception and dinner at the Zalmhuis, a historic brasserie with stunning views of the Mass river.

We hope that you will be amazed by how the city of Rotterdam has changed. If your schedule allows, we encourage you to take a tour of the city (please let us know if you need tips) or on Saturday, come to campus a bit earlier to wonder around, the campus also isn't what it used to be! Remember how the only lunch option for your class was 'broodjes kaas' from Maria's? Our campus now boasts a food court, a supermarket and even on-campus housing. Woudestein has become a small city in itself. 

See you in October
I really look forward to meeting you in person and to learn about of your personal and professional achievements since graduation. On Saturday, I will be addressing your class and there will be time for discussion afterwards. Therefore, I hope you will register for your class reunion and I look forward to sharing this special occasion with you.

Warm regards,

   Professor Steef van de Velde
   Dean and Professor
   Rotterdam School of Management
   Erasmus University