Your future career
Your future career
Your advanced business and management knowledge, combined with your non-business bachelor degree puts a long list of clear benefits onto your CV.
You have demonstrated your ambition to use your bachelor discipline as a springboard into management. Your studies and the unique learning experience at RSM have given you knowledge of general business administration and demonstrated your aptitude for adapting to new situations.
You will have gained international experience and interpersonal skills, and will have developed your academic, managerial and social skills through real-life business cases and company assignments.
You have a thorough understanding of key issues faced by businesses, and your thesis shows that you have investigated one specific functional area in more detail, thus demonstrating an affinity for a future employer. There is also scope within the programme to emphasise certain functional areas of business. You can express an affinity for, for example, finance, marketing, logistics, or HR by carefully selecting your consultancy project, your thesis, or the opportunity for exchange study.
Many students find positions within multinational firms and organisations, partially thanks to relationships they have developed with representatives from the world of business – as well as peers – during the programme’s corporate and other networking events. Students applying for jobs in their home countries are equipped with knowledge and skills to take with them.
You can read more about our graduates and their career progress from their LinkedIn profiles.
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Cas van Andel
Sven van Marle
Bruno Rhodes Costa
Gabriella van der Veen
Pedro Luis Barrera Albarello
Sara Di Perna
Sophie van den Noort
Allen Foster Pushparaj
Raissa de Boer
Alessandro Gallo Stampino
Carlos Juan Berkhoff
Evan van der Holst