MBA without GMAT or GRE

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MBA in Europe without GMAT or GRE

by Czech College / Sunday, 31 August 2014 / Published in Study MBA in Europe

Most business schools in Europe require a good GMAT score before admitting applicants to their MBA programs as well as several years of work experience.The GMAT or GRE are standardized tests that higher educational institutions require for the enrollment of advanced degree programs like MBA.  

The procedure for admission into MBA to top business schools  could be a little demanding, complicated and time consuming, and hence it needs to be prepared for, carefully. Although there are various stages, an MBA program in Europe always normally requires a Graduate Record Examination also called the GRE or a Graduate Management Admission Test, also called the GMAT, as well the English Language Proficiency Test like the IELTS. Some of the best MBA Business Schools in Europe prefer having their own admission exam/test, and this is to reflect the institute’s specific requirements better, however, these tests again are very similar in nature to the tests mentioned above. 

Submitting an essay is the step that comes next in this process of admission, which is aimed at depicting the prospective student’s suitability for the MBA program desired. This essay needs to be directed very well towards the applied Business School, and shouldn’t be a general essay, which can be utilized for filling several MBA applications. For an admission process, letters of recommendation are something, which is required and also it’s an important basis for deciding between 2 applicants who have similar profiles. The interview is the last step, which is normally conducted by the admission office representatives, the business people or the alumni. 

Czech College 

There are many more Business Schools in Europe that gives very affordable and quality business degrees without requiring GMAT. For example, Czech Republic has got some of the finest Business Schools in all of Europe . Although nicknamed as the  Switzer­land of the East­ern Europe, the costs of liv­ing in Czech Republic are among the cheapest in the Cen­tral and East­ern Euro­pean countries so the life is thus more affordable. 

Czech College based in Prague is a business school with international focus . It offers all its programmes in English language. Currently it offers two programmes with specialisation in  Busi­ness, Inter­na­tional Man­age­ment, Finance, Mar­ket­ing, Entre­pre­neur­ship and Oper­a­tions Management. 

Contact Czech College for more details. We will be happy to answer your questions.