This master will help you think about where you want to work and who you want to work for.

Katharina Eicke, Germany
Institution:RSM - Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
Program:MSc in International Management / CEMS

Why did you decide for the MSc International Management/CEMS at RSM?

I decided to study international management because of its practical orientation. There were a lot of opportunities for getting in contact with future employers, such as company dinners, in-house days or career fairs. Moreover, studying and doing an internship abroad were important aspects for me to choose this programme. Finally, RSM is a well-ranked university with good job prospects.

What did you like the most?

I loved the international atmosphere of the master programme. We were from 26 countries and working and living together was both a lot of fun and a little bit of a challenge.Everybody had gotten around quite a bit before starting the master and had interesting stories to tell. Also, everybody was very open-minded and outgoing, so making new friends came along easy.

Any recommendation for future RSM students?

Inform yourself well about the different master orientations there are at RSM. There are many interesting programmes offering different opportunities. Think about where you want to work in the end and who you want to work for and with. The master will be the first step into that direction. Also, try to gain as much practical experience as possible and think about engaging in some extra-curricular activities. It’s a great way to get some distraction from studying and meet new people.

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