Here you can find detailed rules and regulations and appendices on required language tests, obligatory application documents, and other relevant information that should assist you in process of application.
Please note, that there might be some changes to the wording of the rules, resulting from changes in the CEMS regulations, or discovered mistakes and unclear statements that may create confusion or misinterpretation of the rules. That is why, please visit this webpage regularly and read the rules and regulations along with all appendices when the on-line application is open.
2020 SELECTION (for 2020/2021 A.Y.)
will be published soon - see important notices concerning recent changes at the end of the webpage!
ATTENTION: New, higher threshold for GPA/Entry test is now: 3.80 for GPA and 62.50 for Entry Test!
SGH graduates of BA studies: take that into account when deciding, whether to apply for admission on the basis of your GPA from your bachelor's studies or consider taking Entry Test instead.
2019 SELECTION RULES (for 2019/2020 A.Y.)
EVALUATION OF STUDENT ACTIVITY - NON-SGH GRADUATES
Please note that all students who are not graduates of SGH, must submit all required documents to the Student Union (Student Projects' Evaluation Commission) in order to get selection points! Details and links to the evaluation schedule one can find at
SGH Student Union Webpage
Generally, the assessment of student activity is conducted in the months of April-May and October-November). Students who completed studies outside SGH may submit their request for granting student activity points by submitting a Request Form to the Student Projects' Evaluation Team
or directly to the Head of the Evaluation
Team (the person may change in October 2019)
Here you can find:
IMPORTANT NOTICES CONCERNING THE RECENT CHANGES IN THE RULES FOR 2020/2021
All language certificates must be submitted on-line during the application period, however, for test taken in mid-October 2019, the deadline for submission is extended by 12 November 2019!
We regret to announce, that CNJO mid-term exam organised in December 2019 will only count for selection to exchange programmes. Available results of CNJO competence tests taken in 2017 or later (or mid-term exam taken in 2017 or 2018) will be still accepted for confirmation of proficiency in the second foreign language (other than English).
The minimum GPA for CEMS MIM candidates has been raised again, this time from 3.60 to 3.80 and minimum score for Test of Konwledge on Economy and Foreign Languages from 56.25% to 62.50%.
Scoring table has been changed: Interview and Assessment are now worth 15 selection points each.
There were several other minor changes to the rules, so please read the document carefully!
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