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🎬🔴Little throwback of this year’s Member’s Day!!! 🔴🎬 ... See MoreSee Less

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🔴🔴 Remember to apply for our 3rd year Reps this year!! All the details on how to apply are on our website rsmsr.nl! The deadline is Sunday the 19th at 23:59! We look forward to seeing you soon and joining the SR family ... See MoreSee Less

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Welcome back (I)BA3! (Dutch version below)

The RSM Student Representation is happy to announce that it is time for recruitment as this is your final year of IBA! We are looking for convincing potential IBA3 and BA3-representatives. As an (I)BA-Rep, YOU will play a role in the education system, politics, and communication dynamics of the RSM faculty.

Your role? Being the feedback channel between – and a spokesperson for – professors, Programme Management, and the student body. Arrange Professor meetings, conduct performance analysis reports, and consult your fellow students.

What is in it for you? Work on your problem-solving, communication skills, and analytical mindset and pump up your CV for post-Bachelor activities. Also, benefit from new friends and free beer during social gatherings.

How to apply? Send CV and cover letter to info@rsmsr.nl by Sunday, January 19th, 2020 at 23:59pm. We will also be happy to welcome you at our recruitment drinks at de Smitse on Tuesday, January 14th, 2020 at 5pm.
We look forward to your applications. Cheers, your RSM SR​

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De RSM Student Representation is verheugd om aan te kondigen dat het tijd is voor de werving van de derdejaars vertegenwoordigers! We zijn op zoek naar overtuigende potentiële IBA3- en BA3-vertegenwoordigers. Als BA-Rep, zal JIJ een rol spelen in het onderwijssysteem, de politiek en de communicatiedynamiek van de faculteit RSM.

Jouw rol? Het feedbackkanaal zijn tussen - en een woordvoerder voor - professoren, Programme Management en de studenten. Organiseer vergaderingen met jouw professor, schrijf een analyseverslag en raadpleeg jouw medestudenten.

Wat zit er voor jou in? Werk aan je probleemoplossende, communicatieve vaardigheden en analytische mindset en pomp je CV op voor post-bacheloractiviteiten. Profiteer ook van nieuwe vrienden en gratis bier tijdens onze beruchte sociale bijeenkomsten.

Hoe kan je solliciteren? Stuur je CV en motivatiebrief naar info@rsmsr.nl vóór zondag 19 januari 2020 om 23:59 uur. We verwelkomen je ook graag op onze recruitment drink bij de Smitse op dinsdag 14 januari 2020 om 17.00 uur.
Wij kijken uit naar jouw sollicitatie. Tot snel, jouw RSM SR.
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🔴🔴Happy New Year everyone!!🔴🔴

🔴We are back in 2020, ready for a new great year full of excitement and events.

🔴We are now recruiting for the 3rd year reps. Deadline to apply is the 19th of January. Recruitment drinks are on the 14th at 5:00pm.

🔴Keep an eye on our instagram (www.instagram.com/rsmstudentrepresentation/) and facebook (RSM Student Representation) pages for the latest updates!!!
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The past Wednesday 20th of November, we had the opportunity of celebrating both, our Member’s Day and the birthday of SR🥳 After having dinner, we went barhopping🍺🍹and we ended the evening blowing out the candles🎂🎂 We are 34 YEARS OLD‼‼ ... See MoreSee Less

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History

In 1985, a group of Dutch students raised a student-organization to improve the quality of the Dutch Bachelor study Business Administration (Bedrijfskunde). This organization, called “De Studentenvertegenwoording (SV)” to created a concentrated and “student-led”  union within the university body.

The core responsibility in the beginning years was simple. Students from the Business Administration study could approach the SV with all their study-related problems. Thereafter, the SV tried to solve these problems by talking with the associated departments within the Rotterdam School of Management.

After a few years, which were quite successful for the SV, a structure was created. For each course within the Bachelor’s, two representatives were appointed. These representatives were the contact people for students when they would have any problems with their course during their academic year. The course, literature, professors, exams and Blackboard (at a later stage) were discussed with the professors by these representatives.

During these developments within the SV, the International Business Administration students created their own SV, called the Student Representation (SR). This student organization had the same core responsibility as the Dutch equivalent, namely: giving a voice to their students and trying to improve the quality of their study within the Rotterdam School of Management.

In 2008, The SV and SR had a meeting and concluded within that they could create an even stronger body for their students if they would merge. After several meetings with each other and with the university body, the Student Representation was created “again”. This organization from now on would be “the” student organization, acting as an intermediary between students on one side and the RSM staff on the other side.

SR has become a well-respected organization within the Rotterdam School of Management. Students can hand in their feedback for their courses via Social Media, the website and of course via their student representatives. In 2011, the SR added a new section of representation: Program Advisory. Students can hand in their feedback regarding more “general” academic procedures, including examination, general studies, and the 7th trimester. The purpose of Program Advisory is to imporve the program as a whole. The SR changed a lot of course-related topics and improved the quality of the university. In 2015, SR further expanded to represent the minors of the Rotterdam School of Management. SR has also continuously worked on improving its own processes, such as its feedback gathering mechanisms.

In order to constantly improve the quality of the education of RSM, we need the feedback of as many students as possible, we need you to SPEAK YOUR MIND!

Organizational Structure