So i've decided on going after a career within asset management, I have a strong interest in value investing and would really enjoy doing it professionally, however I believe it would be too difficult to pursue it from my current university. As a result of this i've decided that I want to enroll in a city uni msc finance program.
I currently study Economics and have been predicted a 1st, I have one year long internship in the energy sector but no real finance related internships. Would it be necessary to take the GMAT prior to applying?
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- 27-10-2015 17:53
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- 10-11-2015 11:16
Whether or not you require the GMAT exam for your programme depends on the school and programme you want to apply to. You can use our school finder to find more information: http://www.mba.com/global/find-and-compare-schools.aspx
In most cases the GMAT score is part of your application, so in case the GMAT exam is required for your programme, you should take it prior to applying. Keep in mind that you need some time to prepare for the exam as well. Information about preparing for the GMAT exam can be found here: http://www.mba.com/global/the-gmat-exam/prepare-for-the-gmat-exam.aspx
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