Articles about RSM Rotterdam
Why it Could be a Good Time to Apply for an MBA
May 08, 2020
Covid-19 has forced business schools to extend admissions deadlines and waive entrance requirements, signalling a shift from a seller’s to a buyer’s market
How Business Schools Are Embracing Sustainability
Nov 04, 2019
Business education is going beyond the bottom line to teach students about issues such as climate change, resource efficiency and poverty mitigation
Employer Funding for MBAs: Myth or Reality?
Sep 17, 2019
New data show that a substantial number of MBA candidates are being paid by their employers to pursue a pricey graduate business education, but are there strings attached?
Should Harvard Business School’s Case Method Be Scrapped in MBAs?
Jul 15, 2019
Some schools are railing against Harvard’s cases, claiming that they are outdated and fail to represent individuals from all of society. Is there a better way to teach future business leaders?
Specialist MBA Degrees Find their Niche in Business Education
Apr 10, 2019
General and specialized MBAs both have distinct advantages. Which one prospective students choose will come down to their planned career path
Age Just a Number as Older Candidates Flock to MBAs
Feb 11, 2019
As we live and work longer, and employment becomes more insecure because of automation, experienced professionals are coming back to business school in their late 30s
Going Dutch: MBA Programs in the Netherlands
Oct 04, 2018
Dutch business schools are on the up, thanks to the ease of access to visas, healthy job prospects and the major presence of multinational corporations such as Unilever
The “Green” MBA: When Sustainability Becomes Mainstream
Nov 09, 2015
Concepts like sustainable business, corporate social responsibility and environmentalism, once relegated to the status of electives, have become mainstays of many MBA programs.
Shelter from the Storm: Is an MBA a Refuge from the Crisis?
Apr 08, 2010
We asked business school recruiters what the downturn (really) means for applicants.