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Dear students,
It's time to vote for the best professor of the Trimester again. Have your say using the voting sheets below!

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Dear student,

As a board member of SR, you have a very important job. You’ll be leading an organization of 100+ motivated people. You’ll be collaborating with the University to continuously improve the education at RSM. Besides academic responsibilities, you are organizing amazing internal and external events. One of them is a trip to foster and reward the teamwork within the organization. This year we went to Lille, Paris and a beautiful medieval castle. You’d be responsible for the organization of the whole trip including the Great Gatsby ball party that took place this year!

Learn more at our recruitment drinks today In de Smitse at 16:00.

Learn more: www.rsmsr.nl/recruitment20182019/
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Sell your Trimester 3, 6 and 9 books at the SR office T5-54 on:

Wednesday April 4th 11AM-1PM
Tuesday April 10th 10AM-12PM

Reserve your books with our online reservation form and collect them on:

Wednesday April 11th 1PM-3PM
Thursday April 12th 10AM-12PM

Learn more at: www.rsmsr.nl/second-reader
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Do you want to learn more about being a board member of SR? Come to one of our open board meetings:

Tuesday April 3rd 11:00-12:00
and
Wednesday April 11th 15:00-16:00

You are also welcome at our recruitment drinks In de Smitse:
Wednesday April 4th 16:00-19:00
and
Tuesday April 10th 16:00-19:00

Check out our recruitment page: www.rsmsr.nl/recruitment20182019/
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The recruitment of the new SR board has begun!

Do you want to develop your professional skills and rapidly expand your network, all while having a great time?

Learn more at our recruitment drinks April 4th and April 10th 16:00-18:00 In de Smitse.

Stay tuned for more information about the available positions!
Save the application deadline: April 14th 12:00
www.rsmsr.nl/recruitment20182019/

For any questions reach out to info@rsmsr.nl or drop by the office at T5-54
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Dear students,

It's time to vote for the best professor of the Trimester again. Have your say using the voting sheets below!

BA1
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BA3
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Je kan je nog tot zaterdag 23:59 aanmelden als Student Vertegenwoordiger voor BA3!

Stuur je C.V. en een korte motivatie naar info@rsmsr.nl
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*This is a message from the RSM Corporate Marketing and Communications Team*

Does RSM look like a force for positive change? Your opinion is valued!
RSM recently introduced its new mission statement, to be a force for positive change in the world. Do you think this is reflected on our website, brochures and social media pages?

We want to make sure that we keep our appeal, not just because of the quality of education programmes. So we would really appreciate your opinion on our appearance – in terms of our house style and branding.

We need volunteers to join our focus group on 12 January or 19 January; sessions will take place from 11.00-12.30 or 14.00-15.30.

Please register your interest by emailing Linda Metman linda@metmanv.nl, our focus group facilitator. Please include a phone number because we would like to get to know you better – and we can ensure the whole range of the RSM community is represented in the focus group.

To express our thanks for your participation, we’ll give you a voucher for the RSM Store, worth €15,00.

Many thanks in anticipation!

The RSM Corporate Marketing and Communications Team
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EXTENDED DEADLINE FRIDAY 23:59 You can still apply as Student Representative for the third year! Simply send your C.V. and motivation to info@rsmsr.nl Be part of the change at RSM, be part of SR!

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EXTENDED DEADLINE FRIDAY 23:59

You can still apply as Student Representative for the third year! Simply send your C.V. and motivation to info@rsmsr.nl

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Today is the last day to apply for SR. Simply send your C.V. and motivation to info@rsmsr.nl

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First of all, happy new year!🎉

Start the new year well and apply now as Student Representative for the third year! Simply send your motivation and CV to info@rsmsr.nl
before 2 january 23:59!

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We are collecting second hand books for Trimester 2, 5 & 8! You can come by our office to hand in your books on:

Tuesday November 28th from 11:00 to 17:00
Thursday December 7th from 16:00 to 18:00

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We are collecting second hand books for Trimester 2, 5 & 8! You can come by our office to hand in your books on: Tuesday November 28th from 11:00 to 17:00 Thursday December 7th from 16:00 to 18:00 R...

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Beste tweedejaars BA studenten,
Zoals sommigen van jullie wel zullen weten zijn er een aantal problemen geweest met het inleveren van de 'Video Assignment' van Wetenschapsleer. De video kon enkel ingeleverd worden via Turnitin en veel bestanden waren te groot. Er is hierover contact geweest met de professor en nu is er de mogelijkheid om je video in te leveren via Blackboard! Succes! #speakyourmind

Met vriendelijke groet,
Patricia van Eeden en Maarten Schoorl
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Will you be in the SR Board of 2018/2019?

Board Recruitment 2018-2019

The Student Representation’s mission it to improve the quality of the education at RSM Erasmus University by facilitating and improving the feedback exchange between the students and faculty.

Any student of RSM can apply to become a member of the board, including students who are currently not SR members as well as all bachelor, master and pre-master students.

Start below for an overview of the individual job descriptions of each board position!

You can always find more information on this website which includes documents such as our mission and organization, which will all together give you a greater idea of what is ahead. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by sending an email to info@rsmsr.nl or stop by the office (T5-54).

We are looking to fill the following board positions:

As the chair(wo)man, it is your duty to organise and manage all SR related areas. It is your responsibility to monitor not only the organisation, but also the progress of the other board members to make sure that individual and common goals are being achieved. This entails scheduling and leading weekly board meetings, having personal meetings with each board member, creating overall plans, and ensuring that all activities are in line with the organisation’s statutes.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Scheduling & leading weekly meetings
  • Keeping up to date with all board members
  • Personal projects to further develop and improve SR
  • Scheduling one-on-one meetings with board members
  • Establishing relationships to both IBA & BA program management
  • Writing the policy plan
  • Creating short- and long-term goals that should be achieved during the board year

 

Needed Characteristics:

  • Good organization skills
  • High level of English
  • Approachable and trustworthy
  • Team working skills
  • Objectivity
  • Patient & Attentive
  • Punctual and good time management

 

Expected Working Hours:

The position of chair requires an average of 15 hours per week.

 

As the Secretary & Treasurer of SR, you will be in charge of all internal organisational processes and the financial aspects of the organization. You will create a budget where you have the ability, and responsibility, to approve other board member’s budget requests. Moreover, it is your responsibility to monitor all cash in- and out-flows to ensure payments do not exceed the established budget. At the end of the year, you will have to publish an annual report that encompasses all of SR’s financial information. Additionally, as the secretary, you will help the chairman lead board meetings, schedule event locations and be in charge of the general internal organisation.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Creating a yearly budget
  • Creating financial reports
  • Approve or reject monetary requests
  • Monitor all inflows and outflows of money
  • Bookkeeping
  • Organisational aspects
  • Scheduling events & locations

 

Needed Characteristics:

  • Good organization skills
  • High level of English/Dutch
  • Punctual
  • Objectivity
  • Familiar with financial procedures

 

Expected Working Hours:

This position will take on average 10-15 hours per week.

 

Indicated by our foundation’s name, representation of the student body is SR’s core business. As the IBA Coordinator you will be in charge of the Student Representative across all three years in IBA, as well as all the minors offered by RSM. This job entails recruiting suitable Student Representatives, motivating them, guiding them, and monitoring and checking their work. You will also be in close contact with Programme Management as well as the Professors – a great way to network.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Being approachable for the Student Representatives and students.
  • Gaining reliable/valuable feedback.
  • Finalising reports.
  • Establishing contact with all professors in IBA.
  • Be familiar with the courses and procedures within IBA.
  • Encouraging students to “Speak Their Mind”.
  • Monitoring Student Representative’s progress and work.
  • Maintaining close contact with Programme Management.

 

Needed Characteristics:

  • Good organisation skills.
  • High level of English.
  • Politeness and respect for professors.
  • Team working skills.
  • Objectivity.
  • Familiarity with IBA procedures.
  • Patient & Attentive.
  • Punctual and good time management.

 

Expected Working Hours:

Peak work times are at the beginning of the trimester to establish contact with the Professors, and at the end of the trimester to finalise the reports. During these periods, this position will take approximately 10-15 hours per week. During other times, this position will take approximately 5-10 hours per week.

 

Indicated by our foundation’s name, representation of the student body is SR’s core business. As the BA Coordinator you will be in charge of the student representative across all three years. This entails recruiting suitable reps, creating teams, close contact with program management & professors, checking and finalising reports, and helping the reps. Moreover, you will work as a communication channel between the university’s (teaching) staff and your fellow students – a great chance to network.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Being approachable for the representatives and students
  • Gaining reliable and valuable feedback
  • Finalizing reports
  • Establishing contact with all professors from the trimesters
  • Be familiar with the courses and procedures within BA
  • Encouraging students to “Speak Their Mind”
  • Monitoring reps’ progress and work

 

Needed Characteristics:

  • Good organization skills
  • High level of Dutch
  • Politeness and respect for professors
  • Team working skills
  • Objectivity
  • Familiar with BA procedures
  • Patient & Attentive
  • Punctual and good time management

 

Expected Working Hours:

Peak work times are at the beginning of the trimester to establish contact with the Professors, and at the end of the trimester to finalise the reports. During these periods, this position will take approximately 10-15 hours per week. During other times, this position will take approximately 5-10 hours per week.

 

As the Marketing & Events coordinator, you are in charge of all external & internal events of SR, as well as all external & internal presence of the organization. This entails organizing and executing external events such as Professor Awards and Drinks with your Professor; as well as internal events such as the annual SR trip, barbeque, and other social events for the internal members. Additionally, you will improve and increase SR’s presence on campus by using different marketing techniques to raise awareness of what the organisation does.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Organising all internal & external events
  • Establishing SR’s presence on campus
  • Recruiting new internal members for all committees
  • Monitoring expenses
  • Establishing contact to IBA/BA program management
  • Organising the SR Trip
  • Creating marketing campaigns
  • Using photoshop, wordpress, video footage programs, etc. to create advertisements
  • Tending to all social media platforms
  • Managing a committee of desired size

 

Needed Characteristics:

  • Good organization skills
  • High level of English
  • Team working skills
  • Delegation skills
  • Punctual and good time management
  • Experience with marketing and/or event planning

 

Expected Working Hours:

This position will take up an average of 12 hours per week.

 

As the Program Advisory Coordinator, it is your goal to better the academic environment of (I)BA by improving general practices. As there is not a set body of work, the position offers freedom to work towards any aspect of academic improvement. It is important to be proactive and seek for involvement in various projects across campus. This freedom thus entails the responsibility of constantly recognizing fields of improvement of RSM and working diligently towards improving them. This for example includes the 7th trimester and matters such as student stress levels. A natural part of the job is to work closely with numerous other bodies such as Program Management, academic directors, learning innovation team, career centre, and international office. This collaboration especially happens during the Boost the Bachelor, where you will play an active role in contributing a student perspective towards the redesign of the bachelor. You will recruit a committee of desired size to work with you in order to produce reports. Lastly, providing evidence of all suggestions made in reports for the above mentioned bodies is essential, and therefore conducting surveys and focus groups is an integral part of the work of the committee.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Recognizing academic fields of improvement of (I)BA
  • Recognizing needs of students
  • Be familiar with the courses and procedures within (I)BA
  • Gaining reliable and valuable feedback
  • Actively participate in Boost the Bachelor
  • Seek involvement in various projects
  • Finalizing reports

 

Needed Characteristics:

  • Passion to improve RSM
  • Persistent
  • Organization skills
  • English fluency
  • Team-worker
  • Time management
  • Creativity
  • Patience

 

Expected Working Hours:

Peak work times take up to 15 hours per week, while regular work weeks will add up to approximately 10 hours per week.

How to apply?

Apply now!

The Application deadline is the 14th of April 2017 12:00 hrs. Please send an email to info@rsmsr.nl titled “Application for the SR Board 2018/2019”. In this e-mail you should attach your CV and motivation letter (no more than 2 pages).

 

Your motivation letter should cover the below mentioned points:

  • For which position(s) would you like to apply and why?
  • Why would you be a suitable candidate for this position? And for the board in general?
  • How would you contribute to improve SR in general?
  • What do you want to change/improve/implement through the desired position? What are your plans/ideas?
  • Add anything you want to add and think is important/relevant.

There is no specific structure that we require to see in your motivation, just be yourself and do not exceed the limit of 2 pages. Please write your motivation letter in English.

We look forward to your applications!

SR Board 2017-2018