In the next step, your application will be evaluated and as a part of it we might invite you for a skype interview or ask you to fill an entry examination paper or test.
The decision taken by the Evaluation Commission on your application might be “Accepted”, “Conditionally Accepted” or “Rejected”.
“Accepted” means that you are accepted to the programme you have applied for.
“Conditionally Accepted” means, you are accepted to the programme but you have to send some missing documents to meet totally the admission criteria.
This may happen in case you are just finishing the secondary school, so you will need to send us the final secondary school leaving certificate after the end of the academic year, which proves that you have successfully finished the secondary school according to the educational rules of your country.
This may also happen in case you are applying to a master’s programme but you are doing the last year of your bachelor’s study, and you have not graduated yet. In this case you will have to send us your degree certificate.
This situation may occur in other cases, i.e. you have passed your language examination but you have not yet received from the language examination centre the language certificate.
In both cases (“Accepted” and “Conditionally Accepted”) you may go to the next step in the application process.
“Rejected” means you do not meet the admissions requirements due to your insufficient language proficiency or study results in the secondary school. You will be rejected as well, if the result of your entry examination paper is not satisfactory or during the skype interview, you could not convince the teacher of BBS of your ability to study at the programme. Unfortunately, in this case, you cannot go ahead with the application process. Inasmuch you are strongly determined to study at BBS, you may improve your language proficiencies and other skills, so you are more than welcome for the next intake.