The selection criteria explained

The selection criteria explained

There are several mandatory requirements which you must fulfil in order to be considered eligible for an exchange or for a specific destination in particular. There is a maximum number of exchange slots in the programme. The following selection criteria guarantee that each student has sufficient qualifications and motivation to study successfully abroad. The selection committee applies all criteria, as outlined below.

To be selected to go on exchange, you must fulfil several mandatory requirements. The following selection criteria guarantee that each student has sufficient qualifications and motivation to study successfully abroad: All applying students must have achieved a minimum average weighted grade of 6.5 in their bachelor programme at RSM or another university. If you want to apply for business schools in North America, your average weighted bachelor grade should surpass a 7.5. For traditional popular destinations, your average should surpass a 7.0 (see overview partner schools). Current master students must have completed at least 2 of their master core courses. In all cases, students should bring their most recent Osiris print out, which shows all core courses results, to the interview which takes place early February 2017. Students must show equal proof of their language skills required for the school they apply for. Students must write a motivation letter which is primarily based on the study programme abroad. Students must demonstrate that they are mature, independent, flexible and responsible by extra-curricular activities. Participation in RSM activities is a big plus for selection. Students must be aware that they represent RSM/fulfill an ambassadors role abroad. Students applying for MBA level programmes (most schools in N-America and Asia) must have at least one year of working experience (internships, part-time (management) job).