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RSM CEMS graduates aim to ‘stay inclusive’ in career

More than 50 graduates received their MSc International Management/CEMS degree on campus.

Innovative recycled coconut waste idea wins CleanTech Challenge

RSM and TU Delft students developed sustainability business ideas for CleanTech Challenge 2018.

Women in business event: ‘experience-sharing on steroids’

Female leaders discussed how to boost leadership, negotiation and communication skills at RSM.

KPMG sustainability award for green choice behaviour on e-grocery

MSc graduate Tatjana Morisnicenko won €1,000 for her sustainability-focused thesis.

CEMS career event reveals recruitment tips

Alumni and recruiters shared experiences and recommendations with 50 management students.

Programming and predicting the future with big data

RSM master elective focuses on big data analytics for marketing insights.

Turning digital disruptions from threats to opportunities

Managers can learn digital analytics, strategy, innovation and change in new executive programmes.

Takeaway.com shows highest annual growth

Top 250 growth companies of 2018 in the Netherlands have generated 32,000 new jobs in three years.

MBA graduates: be open to reflection and change

Jackie Cuthbert held keynote speech for 220 MBA and EMBA graduates at WTC Rotterdam.

Philips and RSM extend recruitment partnership

A good match and plenty of motivation make a successful partnership.

For public safety and security, society’s powerful tool is science

Inaugural address from Prof. Gabriele Jacobs on organisational behaviour and culture.

RSM professor named among MSI’s top marketing academics

Prof. Stefano Puntoni was recognised for his world-class research in the field of marketing.

NVAO renews accreditation for executive master in customs

Five-year accreditation acknowledges quality of master for international trade and supply chain.

Social enterprises’ pitched battles result in two victors

The two €15,000 I WILL Awards 2018 went to start-ups by RSM students: Boxrs4ALL and Juvoo.

How can large shareholders contribute to long-term value creation?

Blockholders are more likely to act as a steward to companies, but there are conditions.

Multi-contextual approaches to safety and security and the role of cultural norms

Prof. Gabriele Jacobs’ symposium and inaugural address on Public Safety Management.

Award for research on flexible systems management

Prof. Henk Volberda won the Flexibility Excellence Award 2017 at New Delhi conference.

First week of EMBA gets straight into personal leadership development

New cohort of 137 participants begin their transformational 22-month programme.

Speed interviews prepare finance students for career start

Eleven companies spoke to students about internships and shared feedback on their interview skills.

Finance students explore FinTech and AI in London

Study trip included company visits and lectures by RSM alumni working in finance.