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RSM Student Representation

First General Meeting of the year!
We had so much fun at the event and all the committees were together for the first time!
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2 months ago

RSM Student Representation

The board of SR had an amazing day at Hotel New York taking their board pictures!

We are all very excited about the upcoming year and cant wait to work with all the volunteers joining our Organisation soon!
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2 months ago

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Extended Deadline for BA student Reps!

Dear fellow students! we need more representatives for the BA program, therefore we have extended the deadline for motivated students who want to apply for this position until the 16th of September at 23:59.

Be a positive force at our university and SPEAK YOUR MIND!!

visit www.rsmsr.nl for more info!
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Major Update for our Website!!!

Leave all your feedback or questions on our website www.rsmsr.nl !!! This way you dont have to wait for reps sending in their google forms in the whatsapp groups anymore! You can SPEAK YOUR MIND, anywhere and always!

Hope to hear from you soon!!!
Your SR family ☺️
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What is SR?

Mission

What is SR?

The major goal of the Student Representation (SR) is to look after the interests of the student body through representation on faculty and university level. We are an intermediary between students and the faculty personnel. The SR ensures an exchange of information and feedback between those bodies. This comes to expression in the evaluation, improvement proposals and guarding of the education’s quality at RSM Erasmus University, for both the BA an IBA program.

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Our Mission in a Nutshell

Our course-representatives have the responsibility of facilitating the communication between the students and professor and/or course coordinators. The feedback system is the most important activity to provide further evaluation. Within this system the students are represented by the assigned course-representative who receives feedback from the students in the specific course they are responsible for. The student representatives forward the feedback to the professor to discuss about the subject matters and decide on solutions, if necessary.

During each trimester at least two meetings are organized in which course representatives and professors evaluate the course together. At the end of the trimester a report is composed evaluating the feedback from students, compiling it, and finally handing it to the Program Management. This feedback system provides the Program Management with valuable information about professors and course content and consequently enables it to tackle difficulties and take corrective actions immediately.

Find the reports for IBA here.
Find the reports for BA here.

We also improve the education by the Program Advisory. This SR function was added in 2011 and is subdivided into three different commissions: General Studies, 7th Trimester and Examination and Tutoring. Each group consists of one student from every bachelor year, both BA and IBA. Through these commissions, we are able to implement the point of view from students on broader related issues than a single course. We suggest improvements for the Program Management and help them with student related questions.

Find the Program Advisory reports here.

Finally, the SR creates an impact on the educational quality through the presence in different Commissions and Councils: Our aim is to be represented in the Faculty Council, Management Committee, Programme Committee, and the University Council. By participation we are able to communicate feedback between all stakeholders within the faculty and university. This is highly important for several issues that go beyond the scope of one study and therefore cannot be addressed by representatives. Through the activities of the SR we are able to use the common point from the student body to implement it into the decision making of the faculty and university.