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I'm a current student from another EUR faculty. Am I eligible for the master programmes at RSM?

(International) Economics and Business Economics (Erasmus School of Economics)

Students from the EBE and IBEB programmes are generally speaking eligible for most of the RSM MSc programmes, as the bachelor contains at least 40 EC's of business administration content. The only exception to this is the MSc in Supply Chain Management, as this supply chain / operations is not a standard component in the bachelor. Applicants planning to pursue the MSc in Supply Chain Management are recommended to follow the major in Urban, Port and Transport Economics or take an additional course Supply Chain Management as an elective. 

International Bachelor in Communication (IBCom)

Applicants completing the International Bachelor in Communication and Media at Erasmus University, can continue to selected MSc programmes at the Rotterdam School of Management (RSM). For 4 out of the 7 MSc programmes listed below*specific courses listed the IBCoM-RSM Matrix are required:

  • MScBA Master in Management
  • MScBA Accounting & Financial Management
  • MScBA Business Analytics & Management
  • MSc in Marketing Management*
  • MSc in Global Business & Sustainability*
  • MSc in Human Resource Management*
  • MSc in Strategic Entrepreneurship*

Erasmus University College (EUC)

Applicants completing their bachelor at Erasmus University College (EU), can continue to MSc programmes at the Rotterdam School of Management (RSM). For many of the masters, certain tracks and additional courses are required. Specific details are listed in the EUC-RSM matrix.

Other EUR faculties

Students from other EUR faculties are generally eligible for at least one MSc programmes offered by RSM. You can apply for the programme you are most interested in, and if the content of you bachelor is not a direct match, the RSM Admissions Office will try to offer you any possible alternatives. Only students who have studied Law, may not be directly eligible due to the missing research methods and statistics components. 

Last update:
Friday, 25 September 2020

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