Applicants who are applying based on a degree obtained in an EU/EEA country, belong to Group A.
Applicants who belong to Group A need to fulfil the following requirements:
The GPA in the degree based on which you are applying is at least Grade B or higher (US grading scale) or GOOD or equivalent.
You can check if your GPA meets the requirements with the WES World Education Systems online grading scale conversion tool.
All applicants who belong to Group A are required to calculate their GPA (on the grading scales used in their degree) for the studies included in the degree based on which they are applying and state the calculated GPA in the application form.
The applicant also needs to submit an official certificate where the GPA in question is clearly stated if such a certificate can be issued by the degree awarding institution. The certificate can be either the degree certificate, transcript of records or a separate official certificate issued by the degree awarding institution.
If the applicant does not submit an official certificate where the GPA is clearly stated with their application, Hanken will verify that the GPA calculated by the applicant is correct. Hanken reserves the right to decide whether the applicant fulfills the GPA requirement or not.
Applicants who have not yet graduated at the time of applying, are required to calculate the GPA for the degree based on which are applying for the courses which are included in the transcript of records submitted with the application and, if possible, submit an official certificate where the GPA in question is clearly stated.
If the GPA in the degree based on which you are applying does not meet the set requirements, you need take either the GMAT or GRE test and obtain the minimum test score requirements as listed below under Group B.
Note: The UK is in Group B