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Contact us

  • The RSM website and the Frequently Asked Questions section are the quickest and most comprehensive way of finding an answer to any questions you may have. 

    RSM regularly organizes Virtual Information Sessions about the admissions process, student life and other relevant topics. To view the schedule, please check out the events overview.

  • Our current students are available for questions in relation to the MSc programmes and student life at RSM. You can contact them through our Talk to a current student page. 

  • The ideal time to visit the campus and find out more about the MSc programmes offered by RSM, is during one of our Open Days

    If you are currently residing outside the Netherlands and can not join the Open Day, you can also plan a visit through our student-for-a-day programme. During your visit one of our current students will give you a tour of the campus and answer your questions about the studying at RSM. To plan your visit, use the registration form.

  • Am I eligible?

    > Get to know the admission criteria for the programme of your interest

    When and how to apply?

    > Familiarize yourself with the application deadlines and process.

    Questions for the RSM Admissions Office?

    > Check our Frequently Asked Questions 

    Top 5 Frequently Asked Questions:

    1. Can the English and GMAT deadlines be extended due to COVID-19?

    2. Can my eligibility be assessed before I apply for admission? 
    3. What are the application deadlines for the MSc programmes offered by RSM?
    4. Can I submit my application first and my English proof later?
    5. Do I have to / Can I submit a GMAT score?
    6. Is my GPA sufficient for admission:

    > Can't find the answer in our FAQ? Use our Contact Form to send your question directly to us. We'll get back to you as soon as possible.

    Due to the limited office hours there are currently no telephone consulting hours available.

    Problems when registering in Studielink?

    > Please contact the Erasmus Student Service Centre. (Remember that after registering for the master in Studielink, you need to continue the application process in the RSM Online Application Form (OLAF).

    My ERNA doesn't work or I didn't receive it:

    > If you have started the application process in Studielink, but have not received your ERNA details which you need in order to log in to the Online Application Form (OLAF), please inform the Erasmus University ICT Servicedesk: servicedesk@eur.nl

    In your message, explain the problem clearly, include your name, student number, email address and that you are applying for a programme offered by Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University.

  • Students already following at premaster or MSc programme at RSM can find relevant information on the Current Students pages.

  • 30-3 Updated deadlines for submitting GMAT and English results

    DEADLINES TO SUBMIT GMAT & ENGLISH RESULTS:

    For EEA applicants

    • Submit your application, with or without your English or GMAT test result, by Friday 15 May 2020 or before the programme has reached maximum capacity (whichever occurs first).
    • Submit your English test and/or GMAT test results before Friday 31 July 2020.

    Non-EEA applicants

    • Submit your application, with or without your English or GMAT test result, by Friday 15 May 2020 or before the programme has reached maximum capacity (whichever occurs first).
    • Submit your English test and/or GMAT test results by Sunday 31 May.

    PROGRAMMES WITH A MAXIMUM CAPACITY:

    The application system has already closed for the following programme(s) as they have reached their maximum capacity. It is therefore not possible to extend the GMAT and English deadlines for these programmes.

    • MScBA Business Analytics & Management
    • MSc Business Information Management
    • MScBA Master in Management (English, Full-time)
    • MSc Finance & Investments
    • Premaster International Business Administration in English

    ONLINE ALTERNATIVES FOR TESTS:

    Many GMAT and English testing centres have been closed because of the COVID-119 epidemic.

    A new interim online proctored alternative to the GMAT exam should be available in mid-April.

    In the same way English testing centers may introduce online possibilities soon. TOEFL is already a spcecial at home edition in a limited number of countries. For more information, check the TOEFL website.

     

    23-3 Standardized tests

    If your standardized test (GMAT, TOEFL, IELTS or Cambridge) was cancelled, or you have not been able to schedule a date yet due to the COVID-19 outbreak, please notify the RSM MSc Admissions Office. We urge you to still apply on time. 

    Keep checking for possiblities to do the tests online. TOEFL is already offering this possibility in certain locations.