Requests which have been submitted too late, or which are incomplete, will not be processed.
Submitting your request
- The time spent on the subject (possibly expressed in credits) should at least be equal to the time allotted to that subject;
- As regards to contents and level, there should be sufficient correlation between the study matter on the basis of which the applicant hopes to qualify for an exemption. The work procedures and objectives of the subjects taken for which exemptions are being sought should correspond, as indicated by the documents submitted. In addition, there should be an accompanying letter showing which components of the subject matter correspond to which components (case studies, exam components) of the subject or subjects for which exemption is sought;
- The documents should show that the applicant has passed all subjects for which exemption is sought with satisfactory grades;
- It is not permitted to use one and the same course completed during your previous education as a basis for more than one exemption in the RSM bachelor programme.
No credits or grades for exemptions will be shown on the grade list. An exemption will not affect the GPA, as it is recorded as a non-numeric result “VR” (in Dutch) or “EXEMPT” (in English). This information is important in connection with student performance grants and in recognition of a ‘cum laude’ classification.