Jobs, internships and paid research positions: even if you’re just starting your first programme at RSM, check out sustainability internships and jobs. Prepare yourself during your school experience to be a part of sustainable business tomorrow.
Sustainable RSM working groups: highly motivated students can have impact and gain valuable experience, thesis data, and sustainability-oriented knowledge and skills to share with future employers by joining a project team or working group to problem-solve a real issue. You can research and report on potential solutions to social, economic or environmental issues. This co-curricular activity aligns nicely with your studies at RSM.
Student Associations at RSM: join the group or club that suits you best. Membership is more than a CV builder; active participation means networking opportunities, a laboratory for developing your leadership and management skills, as well as new friendships, fun and new learning for social, economic and environmental impact.
PhD candidates: Do you have sustainability-focused ideas? See the research that is already underway at RSM and investigate our specialist centres.