Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

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Welcome to our Frequently Asked Questions section where you will find answers to the most commonly asked questions in relation to our pre-experience bachelor and master programmes.

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Do I have to follow a premaster programme?

RSM's premaster programmes are offered mainly to students with a bachelor from a University of Applied Sciences (HBO).

 Students with a bachelor from a Research University can follow a premaster programme if they did not obtain 20 EC in qualitative and quantatitive methods and statistics, of which at least 10 EC have to be in quantitative research methods or statistics. We advise you to always apply for the master first, and during the evaluation we can see wether a premaster is a better option for you.

RSM's premaster programmes are open to students from any discipline. After submitting an application for a premaster programme, RSM will evaluate the application and indicate which Master programmes are possible to progress to after successful completion of the premaster. Applicants without a business-related bachelor are only admissable to the following Master programmes: Master in Management (full-time and part-time). Accounting & Financial Management, and Business Analytics & Management.

Last update:
Monday, 6 January 2020

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