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SR is hosting an alumni event where you will get the chance to listen to and discuss various interesting topics with our wonderful alumni! It will take place on Tuesday, February 8th, 17:30 - 19:00 in T3-02 or online. Interested? 🤔 Don’t miss a chance and sign up through the following link:forms.gle/zWVeF9YaCL7CwGX18 P.S. There will be pizza afterwards!🍕😜Read more about our alumni:⭐Dolly⭐ was the Programme Advisory Coordinator of the SR Board in 2017-2018. She studied IBA (BSc) and Global Business & Sustainability (MSc) at RSM. Now she is working as an Innovator Analyst at Fashion For Good.⭐Isabel⭐ was the Chair of the SR Board in 2017-2018 and is now part of the SR Supervisory Board. She studied IBA (BSc), Marketing Management (MSc), and Human resource management (MSc) at RSM. Currently, she is a Corporate Recruiter at TOPdesk.⭐Evert⭐ was the Marketing & Events Coordinator of the SR Board in 2017-2018. He studied BA (BSc) at RSM, Global Strategic Management (MSc) at ESADE, and Global Commerce (MSc) at the University of Virginia. Currently, he is part of the International Talent Programme at ING. ... See MoreSee Less
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🔴PROFESSOR AWARDS 2021🔴We are honoured to present the Professor Awards 2021! Similar to last year, this event is pre-recorded and all professors, supporting staff and students contributed to make this video possible! This year’s theme is “Moving Forward”. We hope you take the time to watch and support the nominated and winning professors of 2021! ... See MoreSee Less
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🔴FINAL VOTING PROFESSOR AWARDS🔴 Join us for Professor Awards 2021 on Thursday, May 27 on our Instagram and Facebook! The time has come for you to honour the BEST professor of each year and final voting takes place now! VOTE NOW! www.rsmsr.nl/professor-awards-2021/ ... See MoreSee Less
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🔴🔴ONLINE PUB QUIZ🔴🔴Do you want to meet new people at RSM? Feel the need to kick back, relax and enjoy yourself? We have the perfect online event for you!Together with Prof. Madertoner, SR will be hosting an online pub quiz open to any RSM student! All participants have the chance to win a special online escape room voucher. Get to know your fellow students in an informal and interactive environment on Thursday, 29 October at 6PM CET! Link below to sign up for our event now! chat.whatsapp.com/B6eS8pcWUm12hPgFRNuaQ3 ... See MoreSee Less
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Being an IBA Representative

Goals

The Student Representation’s main aim is to improve the quality of education at RSM Erasmus University by facilitating and improving the feedback exchange between the student body and faculty personnel. Student Representation gives students a voice and makes students’ opinion being heard. To achieve this, Student Representatives are recruited carefully and trained. These Student Representatives then collect feedback through various channels and have a personal talk with the respective professor. By doing so, Student Representation builds a good relationship between the student body and the academic staff.

Furthermore, Student Representation plans to exchange experiences between the Dutch BA Program and the International IBA Program. Therefore, Student Representatives will work closely together in the future. Moreover, predecessors’ experience regarding certain courses and professors will be taken into consideration to avoid repeated mistakes and problems by profiting from Student Representatives’ work of previous years.

 

Responsibilities

The Student Representation is responsible for creating and upholding a good relationship between students, professors and the Program Management. Through careful feedback collection and communication the overall quality of courses is improved.

As representation of courses is the core business of Student Representation, recruitment and training of new Student Representatives is crucial. RSM Bachelor courses are usually represented by at least two students. During the first lecture of a course these Student Representatives introduce themselves. They are then responsible for communicating possible issues to the professor and gathering general feedback through various channels, such as surveys, personal talks and emails.

Representatives need to collect feedback from at least 30 different students in order to get a reliable impression of the course. In total, they have two personal meetings with the professor per trimester (mid-term and at after the final exam). After expressing crucial points to the professor, the mid-term report summarises feedback and outcomes of the talk halfway through the trimester, the final report at the end of the trimester, respectively. Those reports, as well as other agreements with the professor, will be checked by the coordinators and communicated toward students and the Program Management.