Master Admission for September

Master Admission for September

The following instructions are for (former) RSM Bachelor or pre-master students only. Students who do not hold a Bachelor or pre-master degree from RSM should refer for admission requirements and registration deadlines to the RSM Master website.

  • In order to start per September 2016 with one of the MSc-programmes listed below;

    (Former) RSM bachelor students should fulfil the admission requirement of having finished their RSM bachelor programme.

    (Former) RSM premaster students should fulfil the admission requirement of having finished their RSM premaster programme (including the GMAT and English requirements):

    • MScBA Accounting & Financial Management
    • MSc Business Information Management
    • MSc Global Business & Sustainability
    • MSc Human Resource Management
    • MSc Management of Innovation
    • MSc Marketing Management
    • MSc Organisational Change & Consulting
    • MSc Strategic Entrepreneurship
    • MSc Strategic Management
    • MSc Supply Chain Management

    For more information about each programme, please refer to the RSM website.

    Please note that the admission requirements for internal (former) RSM students will change per September 2017.

  • In order to start with your MSc-programme in September 2016 you must complete the following steps:

    1. Register via the SIN-Online channel MSc Programme Enrolment. You can register from Wednesday 25 May 2016 up to and including Friday 15 July 2016*.
      Students who have unenrolled from their bachelor or pre-master programme and do not have access to SIN-Online should contact MSc Programme Management around the beginning of May 2016.
    2. Enrol for the master programme via Studielink. The enrolment must be completed by 31 August 2016.

    Please note that you are only officially allowed to start the master once you have received an admission statement from the Examination Board (usually sent on the third week of August 2016) and completed the enrolment via Studielink.

    *MSc Finance & Investments (- Advanced) and International Management/CEMS have different deadlines and admission requirements, please find them below.

  • Admission requirements for the MSc Finance & Investments:

    • RSM bachelor programme students
      1) Completed bachelor programme by 31 August 2016
      AND
      2) On 16 May 2016 you must have 140 ECTS and your weighted grade point average (GPA) must be 7,0 or higher (first eight trimesters) OR you submit a GMAT score of 600 or higher; the GMAT test must be done by 15 July 2016 and the result must be sent to the RSM Examination Board via ec@rsm.nl.
    • RSM pre-master programme students
      1) Completed pre-master programme, including the MSc compulsory course Corporate Finance
      2) Proof of English proficiency for students from the Dutch-language pre-master programme.
      Students who started the pre-master programme in September 2014 or earlier must also have a GMAT score of 600 or higher.


    Please visit the Frequently Asked Questions page for more information and details.

    In order to begin the master Finance & Investments per September 2016 you must complete the following steps:

    1. Subscribe to the SIN-Online channel Enrolment MSc Finance & Investments by 15 May 2016
    2. Register for the master via SIN-Online My Registrations from 1 March 2016 through 15 May 2016, 23:59hrs, a confirmation e-mail will be sent (registration will be visible only if you have subscribed to the channel, see step 1)
    3. Enrol for the master via Studielink by 31 August 2016

    Please note that you are officially allowed to start the master only when you have received an admission statement from the Examination Board (usually sent on the third week of August) and completed the enrolment via Studielink.

  • RSM is launching a new finance master: the 16-month, 90 ECTS MSc Finance & Investments Advanced. This selective and advanced level programme offers demanding content to recognise students of exceptional ability, and features more personal and closer interaction with businesses and organisations in the industry as well as highly interactive and small classes.

    Application deadline 31 March 2017. Students who are interested to pursue this master programme must apply for admission using the on-line application form on the RSM website. More information available via www.rsm.nl/fi-a 

  • Application deadline 31 January 2017, starting the master per September 2017click here for more information about the programme and admissions criteria.

Please find the FAQ-document for master registration 2016-2017 here.