This page contains all the information you need in relation to the start of your MSc programme. We hope you find this information useful and we look forward to welcoming you to our programme.

Format of our education for the coming academic year 2022-2023

The Dutch government has removed all pandemic-related restrictions in higher education. RSM has therefore decided to return to on-campus education.

Unless the Dutch government issues new pandemic restrictions,

  • the vast majority of classes in all master’s programmes will be taught on campus;
  • individual courses, sessions, or modules may be offered in an online format, but there will be no opportunity to follow a whole educational programme remotely via hybrid sessions, livestreaming, or recordings;
  • examinations will also take place exclusively on campus.

For the most recent information about your MSc programme, look at channels such as: SIN online, Canvas and in the course manuals - we will explain how it all works.

For general information about how EUR deals with Corona, please visit the EUR Corona Website.

If you missed our pre-departure virtual information session about how best to prepare for your arrival in Rotterdam, you can watch this recording of the session.

Practical Information

Complete your enrolment

The most common condition is the proof of completion your bachelor programme. This means that by the 31st of August all your grades have been processed (including your final thesis) and you are ready to graduate. 

I already uploaded my diploma and transcript to OLAF when I applied. Why do I need to send them to you again? While your application can be evaluated based on unofficial digital documents you have uploaded in your application form, eventually the RSM Admissions office needs to check the authenticity of your diploma and your final transcript from certified hardcopies or the originals.

The conditions of your offer are listed in the offer message as well as your admissions statement in the Online Application Form (OLAF). These conditions must be met by the 31st of August as the academic year officially starts on the 1st of September.

  • Diploma: In order to verify that you have completed the study your admission is based on, RSM needs to see your final diploma.
  • Transcript: In order to check that your grades and the courses you have submitted during the application process are true, RSM also needs your final academic transcript (i.e. grade list). 
  • Translation: If the original documents are written in a language other than English, Dutch or German you must provide an official translation by a registered sworn translator in one of these languages. Make sure to always include your diploma and/or transcript(s) in the original language along with the translation!

I don't have my diploma yet, but I have finished my studies. Which documents should I send? If your official diploma is given after the 31st of August, you should request an official statement from your university which explicitly states that you have completed all the requirements of your study. Also include a certified hardcopy of your final transcript.

A certified copy of your final diploma (or diploma statement) and transcript can be acquired at the institution where you obtained them or at an official notary. Certified means that the document contains the original stamp and signature of your institution (director, course coordinator, registrar) or the official notary. When making your offer unconditional, make sure you send us the original document. Photocopies of a certified copy will not be accepted.

Online verification systems (EU/EEA only): If your university uses an online verification system (for example Bocconi University, or HEAR verification with an online provider such as Gradintelligence in the UK), please notify the admissions office. RSM is not able to verify documents online if it's required that software is downloaded before the verification.

I want to have the documents sent to RSM by e-mail: Your university must send the documents directly to RSM ). The documents will not be accepted if they arrive from your e-mail address. Request your university to send both your diploma /graduation statement AND your final grade list.

By post: 

RSM MSc Admissions Office
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50, Mandeville Building T05-01
3062 PA Rotterdam
The Netherlands

Some courier services also require a telephone number. In this case please use the general phone number of RSM: +31 10 408 2222

We advise you to send the documents as a tracked delivery. The documents will first be received by the central post room, and will be delivered to the admissions office within 2-3 days. Once the documents have arrived and they have been processed, you will be notified.

By e-mail: If you want to send the documents digitally, your university must send the documents directly to RSM ). The documents will not be accepted if they arrive from your e-mail address. Request your university to send both your diploma /graduation statement AND your final grade list.

I want to bring my documents to the RSM Admissions Office in person: During the Corona pandemic we advise you to send the documents by post or by e-mail. If for some reason this is not possible, you can bring the documents to the RSM Admissions Office in person. The office is located at the Woudestein Campus, on the 5th floor of the Mandeville building, room T5-01.  

RSM will save your documents for one year (until September 2022). It is your responsibility to pick up these documents from the admissions office, if you want them back. The admissions office makes scanned copies of all documents for our digital archive and shreds all paper copies that have not been picked up on time.

Your documents have most likely reached our inbox (or office if you have sent them by post). The RSM Admissions Team will only start processing these documents once all applications have been evaluated and all results have been sent. Usually this is around the end of June / early July. 

Please stay patient. You will be notified via the Online Application Form once your admissions has been made unconditional. 

Currently your enrolment status in Studielink states: "The educational institution has yet to determine whether your previous education level is sufficient”. Once your offer has been made unconditional, the RSM Admissions Office will confirm your enrolment in Studielink & Osiris. 

Also check that before the 31st of August you have paid the tuition fee & uploaded a photo for your Student ID.

Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University can not be held responsible for the loss of any documentation during transport or while in storage. Therefore we advise you to only send certified copies of the original documents, or request for the documents to be e-mailed to us by your university. 

RSM will save your documents for one year (until September 2022). It is your responsibility to pick up these documents from the admissions office, if you want them back. The admissions office makes scanned copies of all documents for our digital archive and shreds all paper copies that have not been picked up on time.

I’m a current/former student at the EUR/RSM. Do I need to send you my diploma & transcript? 
No, you are not required to provide this documentation, as the completion of your study can be checked in Osiris. However you must make sure that you have completed all the requirements of the study by the 31st of August and all results are visible in Osiris. RSM Admissions Office will notify you once the completion of your study has been verified by sending you a message via the Online Application Form (OLAF).

Before you arrive

Below you can find the most relevant practical information in relation to your arrival.

Academic calendar for all 12 month (1 year) programmes.

Get a warm welcome at Amsterdam Schiphol airport.

Information on the tuition fee, living costs, opening a bank account etc.

You are by law obliged to be properly insured during your time in the Netherlands. Above all things, you should make sure that you are sufficiently insured for medical expenses (including pre-existing conditions). In addition, third-party liability insurance is absolutely essential, and if you will be living in student accommodation it is also a good idea to have fire and furnishings insurance. Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) strongly recommends the AON insurance for a complete coverage. This company has a long and outstanding history in the field of medical insurances for foreign students. However, you are free to choose your own insurance company. AON Insurance – ICS Complete+ Aon Student Insurance has developed a tailor made ICS Complete+ insurance for international students of the Erasmus University. Complete+ insures you when you study abroad. This extensive insurance package covers health and non-medical costs. They include home contents, baggage, accidents, liability and legal costs. With Complete+ you are insured worldwide. This insurance policy also meets the requirements for your immigration application. As it is important to avoid unforeseen medical expenses along the way, we recommend you to conclude this insurance plan. Unlike other insurance companies, AON covers the costs for existing medical treatments.

ICS Complete+ covers

  • Pre-existing medical conditions;
  • Pre-existing psychological conditions;
  • Medical costs for minimum of € 500.000.

There are no deductibles.

This insurance package is also fully compliant with VISA regulations.

 The AON Flyer can be downloaded here

More information about insurances can be found on the EUR Website

General practitioner

For medical assistance, the usual practice in the Netherlands is for a patient to have an initial consultation with a general practitioner (Dutch: huisarts), before making an appointment with a specialist in a hospital. Tip: Before making an appointment, check your insurance policy to inquire which treatments are fully or partial covered by your insurance to avoid unexpected costs afterwards.

Students living in Kralingen:

Dr. C.H. Baar-Poort / Dr. F.E.E. van der Does
Noordeinde 97
Tel: + 31 (0)10 412 24 30
Entrance hours: 7.45 - 8.15, or call to make an appointment Huisartsenpraktijk Kralingen

(Dr. T.J. Schenk)
Oudedijk 60U
Tel: + 31 (0)10 452 78 78
Call to make an appointment

Gezondheidscentrum DWL de Esch
Rijnwaterstraat 10
Tel: + 31 (0)10 452 63 63
Stop by the practice in person to register and make an appointment afterwards.

Students living in Rotterdam Zuid:

Gezondheidscentrum Afrikaanderwijk
Maashaven Oostzijde 155
Tel: + 31 (0)10 485 41 11
Emergency: + 31 (0)10 485 68 59
Call to make an appointment

As a RSM/Erasmus University student you must register at the Rotterdam City Hall.

Find the best cup of coffee, sports facilities and food on the Woudestein campus.

Study associations try to bridge the gap between theory and practice, and organise activities for all students interested in that specific field of study. They often offer discounts on your study books, studyrelated trips (abroad) to interesting companies and social drinks. Every faculty has one study association at least. Some only have one association for the whole faculty, while in other faculties every programme has its own assocation.


With more than 6,500 members, Study Association Rotterdam School of Management (STAR) is Europe’s largest student-run study association, and the most active and professional study association in the Netherlands. STAR brings together RSM’s entire student body to greatly enrich student life with a full line-up of social and career-oriented events held throughout the year. STAR has exceptionally close relations with the corporate world, and regularly invites leaders in international business and politics to meet our students via activities such as the STAR Management Week and the Erasmus Recruitment Days. Visit the STAR website for more information.

Financial Study Association Rotterdam

The Financial Study association Rotterdam (FSR) is the study association for students interested in (Quantitative) Finance, Accounting and Controlling at Erasmus University Rotterdam, both at the Erasmus School of Economics and Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM).

ESN Rotterdam

Erasmus Student Network Rotterdam enhances the academic and social experience of international students in Rotterdam. In this framework and with this purpose, ESN Rotterdam endeavours to foster friendships that will transcend boundaries and enlarge the professional and social networks of international students. It organises lots of activities, and you can contact the board if you have any questions. You can find their contact details on



Housing information for full-time RSM students coming to Rotterdam

Although a complete and useful overview of housing information for International Students can be found on the housing pages of the Erasmus University, the information below especially applies to RSM’s first year BScIBA and MSc students coming from abroad. Arranging your stay.

As in many major European cities, the demand for reasonably priced housing in Rotterdam is very high. Therefore, make it your number one priority and start searching immediately after being conditionally or unconditionally admitted to our BScIBA or one of the MSc programmes. As campus housing is limited, you may have to look for a room on the private market or seek other alternatives.

The ‘Short Stay Accommodations’ of RSM is run by the housing corporation SSH Student Housing (SSH), specialized in letting furnished accommodation.

For our first year BScIBA and MSc students coming from abroad, we reserve a range of furnished accommodations. Students can only apply for ‘Short Stay Accommodations’ for the first 12 months of their study (it is not possible to rent a room for less than 12 months). After 12 months you have to find accommodation by yourself. The SSH Accommodation is not available for partners or family of the student. 

Available SSH housing/accommodation for BScIBA & MSc students

The SSH has four dorms you can choose from: one on-campus (Hatta Building) and three off-campus, only 15 minutes walking from the university (D'Blaauwe MolenOverhoningen and Erasmus International House). All rooms/apartments are fully fitted and furnished (not self-contained) and located at Struisenburgdwarsstraat in the district of Kralingen, This district offers everything that a student needs: the Erasmus University, little shops and typical student pubs are around the corner. The centre of Rotterdam and the Kralingse Bos are just a stone’s throw away. In most cases you have communal cooking facilities and sanitary fitting. Accommodations can not be visited in advance, but descriptions of the different buildings are available on the SSH website. Please not that rental prices are re-indexed every year.

When am I eligible to register for a room at the SSH?

You can register for a room once you have been conditionally or unconditionally admitted to the first year BScIBA programme or one of the MSc programmes.

When and how can I register for a room at the SSH?

BScIBA students:

  • Tuesday 12 April 2022 at 12 PM: Start registration
  • Tuesday 19 April 2022 at 12 PM: Start booking

MSc students

  • Tuesday 25 april 2022 at 12 PM: Start registration
  • Tuesday 3 May at 12 PM: Start booking

Go to SHH and fill in:

  • City: Rotterdam
  • Your educational institution: Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR)
  • Type of Resident: EUR Full Year Student (15 August 2022 - 31 July 2023) 

NOTE: it's not possible to rent for one semester

When and how can I reserve a room at the SSH?

You can reserve a room and only see all the available rooms once your registration has been approved by the RSM. The approval proces for BScIBA students takes place between 12 and 19 April and for the MSc students between 26 April and 3 May.

Important information about approvals

We know from experience that there are more registrations than the number of available SSH rooms (SSH housing is limited). RSM has approx. 160 rooms available to be divided among MSc and BSc students from EU countries and NON EU countries. A fair distribution will be made under the students. So we kindly ask you to wait patiently for your approval. It could be that your registration cannot be approved because there are no sufficient rooms available, even when you have registered on time. 

You may still see rooms available on the SSH website, these rooms are meant for other programmes/faculties at the RSM/ Erasmus University. 

Please note that we offer more housing possibilities.

Select and reserve a room

Log in to My SSH to reserve a room within 7 days*:

* If you have not selected a room within 7 days, your application will be set automatically to “not approved”. After this period you can no longer reserve accommodation via SSH (to give other students also a fair chance to apply for accommodation). 

SSH will handle the whole process – from making a room reservation to payments. For more information about the Terms and Conditions, the Rental Guide and the FAQ’s, please visit the site Any questions can be addressed to:

Staying longer than 1 year?

For students staying in the Netherlands for at least 3 years (BScIBA students), Stadswonen Rotterdam lets over 6,000 good-quality, affordable rooms, studios and flats to students and people starting out on the Rotterdam’s housing market. The (unfurnished) rooms they offer are appointed to a tenant based on the longest registration period. As soon as you’ve registered, you will start building up your registration period (inschrijfduur). And the longer you are registered with Stadswonen, the better your chances are of quickly finding a room, studio or flat. At this moment the registration period to make change of finding a room is average 8 months. You can register as early as 17, so don’t wait too long!

Xior Building is a student building right next to the campus of the RSM/ Erasmus University. This 8th floor building upholds 280 studio apartments with all private bathroom and kitchen facilities.

Registration & Reservation opens on:

  • Date 2022 to be announced

RSM is not in charge for the rental of these rooms and is only for students coming from abroad. Your registration for the RSM will be checked by the Real Estate Services Department of the Erasmus University. All your questions can be addressed to

The Fizz Cobana In 2019 The FIZZ opened a brand new building on Katendrecht, Rotterdam. Katendrecht is a vibrant part of Rotterdam with a central location. The FIZZ Cobana has a variety of Friends apartments. This unique concept is a great way to share living space of your apartment, but still have all the privacy you want with your own bedroom. As a student of the Erasmus you will have a possibility to live with other Erasmus students in a Friends apartment. It’s a perfect blend of privacy and sociability, whenever you want it.

The Erasmus University has reserved for its International students 44 rooms divided over 20 apartments. 16 of them are for two persons and 4 for three persons. 

Housing Anywhere is a housing platform where people can rent out rooms to international students. It is a global platform where demand & supply of rooms for international students meet each other. Housing Anywhere offers a Secure Booking Service and has a Customer Care Team to help students book a room safely. 

RoomPlaza offers students the possibility to rent a flat with a group of like-minded people. You can apply as an existing group or use your find-a-flat mate tool to form your own. RoomPlaza has a safe booking process with a 100% guarantee of avoiding scams by fake accommodation providers. 

Kamernet is the largest online platform in the Netherlands that is specifically focused on bringing together the supply and demand of housing; such as rooms, studios and apartments. Tenants and landlords can get in touch and roommates can meet a new roommate. Kamernet does not own these homes. Registered users have direct contact with each other.

The Student Hotel – a hotel located in Kralingen Rotterdam which offers fully furnished rooms with a private bathroom, shared or private kitchen, WiFi, flat screen TV. Included in the price is a bike, use of the gym, study rooms, lounges and game rooms, 24-hour reception, laundry room and a restaurant/bar (booked by week, month, 1 or 2 semesters). 

Stadwonen Rotterdam - Stadwonen Rotterdam own 6.000 rooms, furnished and unfurnished.

Rotterdam2stay – especially for students who want to live on their own. Have your own clean bathroom, personal kitchen and appliances. The living space offer comfort and privacy at an attractive price, which becomes even better with housing allowance.

Additional information on the above mentioned housing providers, and many more, are listed on the Erasmus University Housing pages.

Hostels in Rotterdam

Some suggestions:

Boat Hotel – a short stay apartment on a historical ship in the centre of Rotterdam.

King Kong Hostel - a very cool hostel that blends industrial design with 21st century contemporary art. It has a superb location in the beginning of Witte de Wittestraat which is in the heart of Rotterdam’s social scene and all the city’s best bars and restaurants are on your doorstep.

Hostel ROOM Rotterdam – located in Rotterdam’s historic Scheepvaartkwartier, near a beautiful little harbour. There are lots of good places for wining and dining in the area and close to the city’s main park.

Hostel Stayokay – this hostel is located in the city centre of Rotterdam in the striking cube houses. Next to Metro station “Blaak”.

As tenancy agreements are often only provided in Dutch (huurovereenkomst), we recommend you to view the additional information on this topic provided on the Erasmus University website.  There you can also find information on Dutch housing terms, and other information on how to arrange your stay and other useful tips, for example on how not to get scammed.

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Important immigration information for NON EU/EEA Full-time BScIBA and MSc students


Depending on your nationality, you might need an Entry Visa and / or Residence Permit for the Netherlands, issued by the Dutch Immigration and Naturalisation Service (IND).  Students can only apply for an Entry Visa and / or Residence Permit through the RSM/ Erasmus University. Only with a valid Entry Visa and / or Residence Permit you are allowed to study at RSM/ Erasmus University.

Needless to say that RSM/ Erasmus University is not the institution that determines the requirements. The IND is the official governmental body that sets the rules and procedures.

Full-time BScIBA and MSc students who accepted their offer and hold a passport from an EU/EEA country do not need to apply for an Entry Visa and / or Residence Permit.

Who needs to apply for ONLY a Residence Permit?

Full-time BScIBA and MSc students who accepted their conditional or unconditional offer and have a nationality and hold a passport of one of the following countries: Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, Japan, Monaco, New Zealand, South Korea, USA or Vatican State. 

Who needs to apply for an Entry Visa AND a Residence Permit?

Full-time BScIBA and MSc students who accepted their conditional or unconditional offer, have a nationality and hold a passport of one of the countries mentioned in Group III and IV. This procedure also applies to students with a Surinamese nationality.

Note for Chinese students
Obtain a Nuffic Certificate : 
All Chinese students (with the exception of students from Hong Kong, Taiwan and students with a British Overseas Nationality) must register with EP-Nuffic for a ‘Nuffic Certificate’ before their immigration application can be started. The certificate is a document providing an assessment of your English language proficiency and of the authenticity of your educational degrees and diplomas. For more information, see the Nuffic website

Validity Entry Visa
An Entry Visa is valid for 90 days (counted from the day that you pick up your Entry Visa).

Validity Residence Permit 
A Residence Permit is valid for the duration of your study plus three extra months. This means that you do not have to apply for an extension after one year.

I already have a Residence Permit for another EU/EEA Country

NON-EU/EEA students holding a (permanent or temporary) valid Residence Permit (e.g. for study purposes) for another EU/EEA Country no longer need to apply for an Entry Visa for the Netherlands. For these students, the procedure for a Residence Permit application applies. A copy of the EU/EEA-Residence Permit must be uploaded in your application. The Residence Permit must be valid at the time of the application, and still be valid when the student collects his/her Residence Permit in the Netherlands.

I already have a Residence Permit for the Netherlands

NON-EU/EEA students holding already a Residence Permit for the Netherlands (e.g. for study purposes, stay with partner or family, employment), need to apply for Switching InstitutionsChange of Purpose or an Extension of your Residence Permit. Requests can be sent after being completely registered (onwards September 1st) to EUR International Office: or 3 months prior to the expiration of your permit.

The Financial Requirements (determined by the IND)

Before your immigration application is sent to the IND, you are required to prove that you have sufficient financial means to cover your study (only for the first year of your study): 

  1. the Tuition Fee (BSc IBA €9,600.-, MSc €18,700.-;
  2. the Immigration Fee (€ 192.-)
  3. the Costs of Living for 12 months (€11,400.-: €950.- for every month of your stay in the Netherlands)

Note: it is not possible to pay your tuition fee in instalments

Contact details for the immigration application

Your main point of contact for the immigration application at RSM/ Erasmus University is Ms. Joyce Maliepaard.

Once you have a conditional or unconditional offer you receive the ‘Immigration application process’ (from mid March on). The guidelines explains the procedure to successfully process your application. After having received the information you will be registered in student registration system ‘Osiris Zaak’ (‘Osiris Zaak’ opens in  April).

After your registration in 'Osiris Zaak' your main point of contact is EUR Internatinonal Office ( The immigration documents and invoice for the payment of the fees will be sent to you in 5 working days

Deadline for MSc students
The deadline for uploading your immigration application documents and your proof of payment in 'Osiris Zaak' is: JUNE 15th. If this deadline is not feasible for you, please send an email to

Deadline for BScIBA students
The deadline for uploading your immigration application documents and your proof of payment in 'Osiris Zaak' is: JUNE 15th.I f this deadline is not feasible for you, please send an email to

Any questions about your immigration and COVID-19?

Please read the FAQ’s carefully

Release date: March 2021

Kick-off events

Before the official start of the academic year, there will be a general master (MSc) kick-off event as well as specific kick-off events for each programme.

There will also be Erasmus University wide oreintation events taking place as of mid-August such as Eurekaweek. We suggest you arrive in early August to ensure that you can participate in all of these activities.

WhatsApp & Facebook groups

Connect with your soon-to-be-peers in your programme.

Programme WhatsApp group Facebook group
MSc Accounting & Financial Management Whatsapp groupchat Facebook link
MScBA Business Analytics & Management Whatsapp groupchat Facebook link
MScBA Master in Management Whatsapp groupchat  Facebook link
MScBA Parttime Master in Management Whatsapp groupchat  Facebook link
MSc Business Information Management Whatsapp groupchat Facebook link
MSc Finance & Investments Whatsapp groupchat Facebook link
MSc Global Business & Sustainability Whatsapp groupchat  Facebook link
MSc Human Resource Management Whatsapp groupchat Facebook link
MSc International Management / CEMS Whatsapp groupchat Facebook link
MSc Management of Innovation Whatsapp groupchat  Facebook link
MSc Medical Business & Innovation Whatsapp groupchat Facebook link
MSc Marketing Management Whatsapp groupchat Facebook link
MSc Strategic Entrepreneurship Whatsapp groupchat Facebook link
MSc Strategic Management Whatsapp groupchat  Facebook link
MSc Supply Chain Management Whatsapp groupchat Facebook link
English Premaster (online) Whatsapp groupchat Facebook link
Nederlandstalige Premaster Whatsapp groupchat Facebook link

Curriculum & Schedules

Master programme curricula and course schedules are available through the new Osiris Course Guide (which new master students will learn more about at the Master Kick-Off Day).

Here are instructions for accessing course schedules and curriculum information (including literature and course content)

  1. Go to, you can choose for the English language on the top of the page.
  2. Click on “Rotterdam School of Management”
  3. Click on your own MSc-programme (for example: “Accounting & Financial Management”)

Click on each of the courses to read more about the course and literature requirements, and click on timetable (in the right menu bar) to see the schedule for the class. You will be redirected to the My Timetable.

My Timetable
Once you receive your ERNA log-in details you can log in, My Timetable provides students with a personal timetable. This manual offers a brief explanation of the most important screens and features. Please note that by default My Timetable only shows the week view. In order to view the complete course schedule follow the next steps:

  1. Go to the Academic Calendar to confirm the duration of the block(s).
  2. Go to My Timetable, change the view to ‘Month’ in the top left bar.
  3. Navigate through the timetable using the calendar in the bottom right corner. Note that only 1 calendar month is displayed at a time, while a course normally spans across 2 calendar months.
  4. You can choose to download the course schedule by clicking on the download button next to 'Add timetable' in the top right bar. Make sure to select the correct period in the calendar.

With your ERNA log-in details you can also access the SIN-Online website and subscribe to different channels. It is important that you subscribe at least to the following channels in order not to miss any important announcements:

  1. Your specific programme channel (for programme specific registrations and information);
  2. MSc Programme Enrolment (registration for MSc programme and electives);
  3. MSc Notice Board (used by MSc Programme Management for general, non-programme related information).

Once your enrollment via Studielink is complete, MSc Programme Management will enroll you to all your course channels. Note that course channel subscription is linked to course enrolment. In other words, you are only subscribed to a course that you are formally enrolled for.


Communication archive

Find out what you missed

Just in case you missed any of our mailings about how to prepare for your studies in September, please find them below starting in December.

  1. Congratulations on your offer of admission! - 20 December
  2. What Rotterdam has to offer master students - 16 January

  3. Finding housing, alumni spotlight and more about our career centre - 28 February

  4. RSM's mission drives its students - 30 March

  5. Join the WhatsApp and Facebook groups! - 26 April

  6. Get ready for take-off - 19 May

  7. Become an RSM ambassador - 24 June


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