Students4Students@RKC – advice from students for students

Last month I had the honour of meeting thirty three amazing individuals, who came to Zürich alone and left as a group.

The MALIC residency brought together people from 15 different countries and all walks of life, from bankers and SAP managers, to management consultants and entrepreneurs.

Some of them were kind (and brave!) enough to step up in front of an intimidating lens and share some of their personal experience with fellow students, whether they are at the beginning of their journey in the programme, or already approaching the end.

This will be a series of videos from the Zürich residency, hoping we will turn this into a regular event.

So, without further delay, I give you today’s first speaker, Martin!

Dr. Radu Negoescu

After finishing his MSc in Computer Science and working as a freelance consultant for several companies, including RKC, Radu went back into research and completed his PhD in Computer Science at the Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland (EPFL) and the Idiap Research Institute in Martigny. His research interests lie at the intersection between traditional computer science and human behaviour, and he has now returned to RKC hoping to pass forward some of the knowledge and skills acquired during his PhD studies to current and future managers, while at the same time help RKC maintain its long-standing focus on quality.


  1. Sean

    I’m curious about this course and what it will ultimately provide in career advancement. I would be interested to hear from students how they feel the course has benefitted them.

    • Dr. Radu Negoescu

      Hello Sean,

      Thanks for dropping by. I believe some of the future videos will provide some answers to this question too, so keep tuned 🙂

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