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Do British business schools accept academic grades received in the Netherlands such as Bachelor/Bakkalaureus? I am going to study Business Economics at the international Hogeschool in Venlo.
Do British business schools accept academic grades received in the Netherlands such as Bachelor/Bakkalaureus? I am going to study Business Economics at the international Hogeschool in Venlo.Answer of London Business School

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Dear candidate,as a truely international school, we have students coming from over 60 different countries. We accept grades from all universities, backerd up by at least 2-3 years work experience after you graduate.David Simpson
Senior Manager, MBA Marketing & Admissions
Answer of Warwick Business SchoolDear enquirerWarwick Business School accepts the grades you mention, although to apply for the Warwick MBA other criteria also have to be met, such as the requirement of 3 to 4 years' relevant employment experience, and for full-time study, a good balanced GMAT score.Regards, Diana Holton
Asst. Comms. Manager
Answer of AshrideThank you for your enquiry.
Yes, British Business Schools accept overseas qualifications. Here at Ashridge we offer an Executive MBA and academic qualifications are assessed alongside other entry criteria, namely business experience/track record.
Hope this helps.Answer of University of OxfordYes, the country in which you study is not relevant.Best wishesAlison Owen
MBA Planning and Admissions Manager
Answer of CranfieldThe qualifications from the Netherlands that we would accept as being equivalent to a UK Bachelors degree are the Doctoraal and the HBO. You would also need at least three years' post qualification work experience.Maureen Williams
Answer of University of OxfordThank you for your enquiry. I give below details of our MBA Programme which I hope will answer the questions you have.To obtain the most complete and up to date information on the Oxford MBA programme and application procedures, please refer to our website at www.sbs.ox.ac.uk. I can confirm that the 2003-2004 admissions will be structured in stages and we will process applications received on one of four different deadlines. These deadlines are (to be confirmed): 1st November 2002, 10th January 2003, 14th March 2003 and 16th May 2003.We are currently re-printing our brochures and application forms. There is a downloadable brochure on this website. The link is: www.sbs.ox.ac.uk/html/mba_structure.asp There are also details of the MBA course, including the entry requirements, in this email.Should you wish to apply, I have attached a Word copy of the application form which you can fill out and return to us by post or email. You can also apply online.The Oxford MBA is a one year full-time, very intensive and challenging course, which starts in October of each year. The University of Oxford, Said Business School Oxford MBA is a very general course with a strong entrepreneurial and financial side. We do not offer specialisation on any subject, however the students have the choice of four electives in the third term of the programme.The Said Business School does not offer any part-time, distance learning, executive or joint MBA courses. As it is a very young programme it does not have any association with other Universities in England or around the world, and therefore we do not accept or offer any programme transfers or joint courses.For information on other postgraduate courses offered by the University of Oxford, please, contact the Graduate Admissions at: graduate.admissions@admin.ox.ac.ukI can confirm that the tuition fee for the 2003-2004 Oxford MBA programme will be £21 000 00 sterling, and the application processing fee to be sent with the application will be £120 00 sterling.For scholarships and financial assistance, please refer to our website (as above), or to the University of Oxford website at www.ox.ac.uk or more specifically, www.admin.ox.ac.uk/io/scholinfo.htmThe entry requirements for the University of Oxford MBA programmes are expected to be:- evidence of performance in a first degree. Usually the minimum qualification acceptable is a good first degree (GPA 3.5 or its equivalent)- for non-native English speakers, proven proficiency through the international English Language Test Scheme (IELTS) 7.5 or the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) 600- a GMAT score normally in excess of 630 (This is a mandatory requirement for all applicants regardless of their academic or professional background). For more information on how to arranged to take the GMAT test, please refer to the following website: www.gmac.com- two references to be submitted on the reference forms (one professional and preferably one academic reference)- written work for assessment as outline in the guidance notes and on the application form.- details of work experience (a minimum of two years is preferred)- three passport size photographs- official copy of degree transcripts/ certificates- £120 00 sterling towards application processing feeIf you feel you meet the above entry requirements, we would be delighted to receive an application from you. Please note that we are unable to give further indication with regards to your suitability for entry to the Oxford MBA without receiving a completed application from you.To check the details in this email. Please refer to our website in about a month, when the finalised details will be published.I hope this information is of assistance to you.
Yours sincerely
Ginny Madeley
MBA Admissions Assistant
Answer of University of CambridgeIt would be wise for you to check with the individual schools. However if the qual you are refferring to is the equivalent of a British Bachelor, then the answer is yes.Louise FreckeltonAnswer of Manchester Business SchoolDear Sir,Yes, we will accept grades from the Netherlands so long as they are the equivalent of a British degree.Kind Regards
Kate Bradley
Senior Marketing Executive
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