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Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University

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Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
Average GMAT Score640GMAT Range590-710
Total Applicants

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Acceptance Rate

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Class Size138Average Work Experience68 months Months
Applicant DeadlinesFull-time MBA classes starting Jan 2014 Final Deadline (4 Nov 2013) Rolling admissionsDecision Dates
Length of Program12 months MonthsPlacement Information

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Rotterdam MBA Application Essay Questions 2013-14

Erasmus Rotterdam Required Essay 1. How do you see your career developing and how will earning the RSM Erasmus University MBA help you achieve your goals? (around 500 words.)

Erasmus Rotterdam Required Essay 2. Describe your favorite hobby, pastime or sport and explain how it reflects your personality. (around 500 words.)

Erasmus Rotterdam Required Essay 3. Describe the most difficult decision you have made and its personal effect on you. (around 500 words.)

Erasmus Rotterdam Optional Essay. Please feel free to supply any additional information that you believe would be helpful to the Admissions Committee in making the final decision on your application.

Rotterdam MBA Application Essay Questions 2012-13

Essay 1:How do you see your career developing and how will earning the RSM Erasmus University MBA help you achieve your goals? (Please respond fully but concisely to this question. Each essay should contain around 500 words.)

Essay 2:Describe your favourite hobby, pastime or sport and explain how it reflects your personality. (Please respond fully but concisely to this question)

Essay 3:Describe the most difficult decision you have made and its personal effect on you. (Please respond fully but concisely to this question)

Optional Essay:Please feel free to supply any additional information that you believe would be helpful to the Admissions Committee in making the final decision on your application.

Rotterdam MBA Application Essay Questions 2010-2011:

The essays form an integral role in the application and selection procedure. Before you begin preparing your essays, you are requested to conduct a thorough self-assessment. The essays are meant to present a unique picture of you. The Admissions Committee is interested to learn about you, what your values are and the distinctive qualities that make you an interesting candidate for our MBA Program.

Essay 1:

How do you see your career developing and how will earning the RSM Erasmus University MBA help you achieve your goals? (Please respond fully but concisely to this question, ensuring it does NOT exceed 500 words.)

Essay 2:

Describe your favorite hobby, pastime or sport and explain how it reflects your personality. (Please respond fully but concisely to this question, ensuring it does NOT exceed 500 words.)

Essay 3:

Describe the most difficult decision you have made and its personal effect on you. (Please respond fully but concisely to this question, ensuring it does NOT exceed 500 words.)

Optional Essay:

Please feel free to supply any additional information that you believe would be helpful to the Admissions Committee in making the final decision on your application.

     
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