At the time of application, you have followed your secondary education fully in English or can prove that at least the past 2.5 years you were taught fully in English. This only applies to students who follow education in a native English-speaking country (USA, UK, Canada (with the exception of Quebec), Ireland, Australia, New Zealand or South Africa).
If you have completed your education in a non-English speaking country, you must have obtained a minimum grade of B+ for AP English during the penultimate year. If this requirement is not met, an English language test is required.
For applicants in the final year of high school:
- The grades of your penultimate year (the year before your final year) including your AP College Board result(s) will be used to calculate your GPA.
For graduated applicants:
- The results of your final year and the AP College Board results will be used to calculate your GPA.
At the time of application, you must have already completed at least one College Board AP exam with a sufficient score
Applicants must list their College Board AP exams already obtained and/or the planned College Board AP exams. Always include a print-out from the College Board AP exams, signed and stamped by your school representative.
- Applicants who follow more than one education system and next to the American High School Diploma also obtain another diploma will be assessed according to the requirements of one diploma type and must meet the requirements for one of these diplomas. A revaluation of the American High School Diploma to another diploma type is not accepted.
- You must include the RSM diploma statement in your application. This statement must be filled in by your school counselor or school representative. If you have already graduated at the time of applying, the statement is not required.
- In the application, you must submit official grade lists signed by your mentor or school representative. Screenshots or self-made Word/Excel documents with your grades will not be accepted. Ensure that RSM can clearly understand how the grades were determined if your school uses a different grading system or calculations.