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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 Master programmes.
Top 5 Frequently Asked Questions:
- Can my eligibility be assessed before I apply for admission?
- What are the application deadlines for the MSc programmes offered by RSM?
- Can I submit my application first and my English proof later?
- Do I have to / Can I submit a GMAT score?
- Is my GPA sufficient for admission:
Can I submit my application and upload my English language test results later?
Yes, you can submit your application first and complete your application package later with the results of your English language test. However, please note that the RSM Admissions Office must receive the results of your English language test (and all other applicable exams) no later than the application deadline for the programme you applied for or before the programme has reached maximum capacity (whichever occurs first). When filling in the online application form, indicate the date you plan to take the exam.
For the MSc International Management/CEMS programme, the English language test results must be submitted by the application deadline of 31 January.
Keep in mind that without a complete application - including the results of all standardised tests, you will not be able to receive an offer of admission and no place in the programme will be reserved for you. The RSM Admissions Office can, however, assess your academic background and provide you with feedback while waiting for the results of the English language test.
Are you an RSM bachelor student?
For students of the Dutch language BSc Bedrijfskunde RSM will accept proof of proficiency in English until 15 July for entry into one of RSM's MSc programmes in September 2020. Applicants who plan to take their English test during the summer, must still submit their application for the master by the application deadline! Students applying for a MSc starting in September 2021 will need to prove their proficiency in English by 15 May.
- Last update:
- Thursday, 19 September 2019