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Is the GMAT test mandatory for all applicants? Is the GMAT test mandatory for all applicants?

For master applicants who will obtain their bachelor diploma from a non-Dutch research university it is mandatory to prove their mastery and ambition with both a sufficient GPA and GMAT test result.

Master applicants who will obtain their bachelor degree at a Dutch research University (WO) only have to meet the GPA requirement of a 7.0 or higher.

Note: Students with a Dutch bachelor degree who do not meet this GPA requirement can still get admission to the academic year 2020-2021 (starting per September 2020) by completing the GMAT test with a score of 600 or higher. From the academic year 2021-2022 (starting per september 2021) onwards, it will no longer be possible for applicants with a Dutch bachelor diploma to compensate for an insufficient GPA with a GMAT test score.

Last update:
Monday, 9 September 2019

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