Candidates are ranked according to the following formula:
Final score (CF) = XA+Y (B1+B2+B3)
A = Bachelor degree average grade;
X, Y, B1, B2 e B3 are defined in the table below.
|Academic, Scientific and Technical-Professional Curriculum
| B1. Academic and scientific curriculum
| B2. English Language Score Certificates*
| B3. Technical-professional curriculum
* Candidates from non-English speaking countries must hold an English Proficiency Certificate, such as TOEFL/IELTS (British Council)/ Cambridge (FCE, CAE.CPE), BabeliUM or other duly certified. In the Master in Finance, students only get credit for English Proficiency if they provide a certificate of a minimum level of B2, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. The Programme Committee may request an interview to assess the candidates' English language proficiency.
Candidates whose final score is less than 10 will not be admitted. The final ranking is rounded to two decimal places.
In the event of a tie, the resolving criteria is the following: 1st the score obtained in component A, 2nd the score obtained in B2, 3rd the score obtained in component B1, and 4th the average of the scores obtained in undergraduate courses of Quantitative Methods.