I'm a second year university student planning on applying to a Masters in Entrepreneurship on a top business university. So far I've been focusing on getting a first and having some decent extracurriculars. However I am confused as to the requirements to take a GMAT. Some universities, such as LSE, don't seem to require one. Others, such as Bocconi, my top choice, do.
Is it the norm for universities to ask for a GMAT? It would be a huge commitment that consumes all of my summer so I want to reflect on this before considering pursuing it.
Is it common for European Masters programmes to require GMAT scores? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 11-05-2015 11:17
- 11-05-2015 13:14
for top European B-Schools it is normal to require GMAT for MBA and specialised masters. B-Schools are quite transparent and publish average GMAT or GRE score on its class profile. Just bite the bullet and get a GMAT study pack.