At RSM, sustainability is not just another selling point. We believe it’s the future of business. And with our international MBA curriculum, we show that we mean it.
Case studies dive into how companies manage and use their resources. Class debates spark new insights about the ethical responsibilities of leaders. Group projects show how important it is to create returns for investors and society.
An approach that’s in demand.
Companies crave leaders who can make sustainable decisions. That’s one reason our MBA students are in demand all over the world.
Here’s what being sustainable means to us:
- We’re ranked among the world’s Best Business Schools for Sustainability by Bloomberg Businessweek.
- Our Sustainable RSM initiative reduces the school’s environmental footprint, as featured in Bloomberg Businessweek.
- RSM is a signatory to the UN Global Compact’s Principles of Responsible Management Education.
- We’ve hold gold status within the Net Impact Club, part of a global movement to promote sustainability among business leaders.
- We’re located in the Netherlands, a global leader in sustainable energy innovation.
- Our curriculum integrates sustainability into broader issues of stakeholder management.
- All of our MBA faculty commit part of their curriculum to sustainability in business.
It’s more than just something we talk about.
Sustainability is a fundamental part of the RSM approach. We develop global leaders whose decisions make an impact on business, society and the environment all at once.
"I chose the RSM MBA programme because of its values of sustainability, innovation and global leadership development – values to me that reflect RSM’s commitment to shaping leaders who will make a positive impact in society. RSM is a stand-out community focused on sustainability: from its Gold-status Net Impact Chapter, Sustainable RSM initiative, and relationships with global companies leading in sustainable business practices. I came out of the RSM MBA programme having gained a concrete skill set to make an impact improving sustainable business practices globally."
Maeve Quigley, Full-time MBA Sustainability scholarship winner