Hi there, I graduated from the MSc Finance in 2015 and didn't submit a GMAT when applying. 90% of the people in my cohort did not take the GMAT either - most of them where doing an undergrad right before and didn't have time for that.(Original post by PNW2London)
Curious to know if any of you that got accepted into the MSc Finance or MSc Investment and Wealth Management did so without submitting GMAT scores?
Would like to hear about your overall application, PM me if you would rather share privately.
My background: economics/management undergrad in France, started a postgrad programme ("Magistère") in Finance in Paris as well before joining Imperial. Previous work experience in M&A and Consulting.
By the way, I launched a platform called Unibudy very recently - it lets applicant connect with current students at their targeted courses. We have about 15 Imperial postgrads on there as I write, so feel free to have a look and let me know your thoughts.
P.S.: I wrote a post about "Career Planning" which you might find useful for your application as well
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