Study MBA without GMAT at USA or Canada


Dear Members,

Is it possible to study at USA or Canada without GMAT and my BBA CGPA is 2.92 outta 4.
I have work experience of 4 years full time.

If there are universities that i can get admitted into please let me know.

If i cant get into MBA, can i do masters in HRM or Marketing?

Thanks in advance.

[Edited by tarikaman.T.rex on Mar 30, 2015]

Dear Members,

Is it possible to study at USA or Canada without GMAT and my BBA CGPA is 2.92 outta 4.
I have work experience of 4 years full time.

If there are universities that i can get admitted into please let me know.

If i cant get into MBA, can i do masters in HRM or Marketing?

Thanks in advance.
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Duncan
Yes, there are lots but why would you want to attend a fourth-rate school? Take a look at Why you should take the GMAT http://bit.ly/WhyGMAT
Yes, there are lots but why would you want to attend a fourth-rate school? Take a look at Why you should take the GMAT http://bit.ly/WhyGMAT
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Razors Edg...
In Canada, the University of Laval, which is a French school, offers an MBA in Global Business in English. That school is accredited by EQUIS and AACSB, and does not require you to take the GMAT.

In general though, your options in terms of accredited MBA programs are extremely limited.

If you took the GRE you could apply for a lot of different US MBA programs... even Stanford, Haas, Stern...
In Canada, the University of Laval, which is a French school, offers an MBA in Global Business in English. That school is accredited by EQUIS and AACSB, and does not require you to take the GMAT.

In general though, your options in terms of accredited MBA programs are extremely limited.

If you took the GRE you could apply for a lot of different US MBA programs... even Stanford, Haas, Stern...
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badux
If you are seriously considering a master's in marketing -- not just as a "no GMAT" alternative -- and you have some experience in the discipline, you may be able to find schools that will waive the test.

For instance, the University of Tampa has an MS in Marketing, and if you have three or more years of experience in strategic marketing management within the last five years, you don't have the take the GMAT. Or if you have a degree from an AACSB-accredited institution and maintained a 3.0 GPA during your studies.

Or if you have a doctoral degree like an MD or a JD, you might look at UT Dallas' MS in Marketing program, which will waive the GMAT/GRE requirements for candidates with certain degrees.
If you are seriously considering a master's in marketing -- not just as a "no GMAT" alternative -- and you have some experience in the discipline, you may be able to find schools that will waive the test.

For instance, the University of Tampa has an MS in Marketing, and if you have three or more years of experience in strategic marketing management within the last five years, you don't have the take the GMAT. Or if you have a degree from an AACSB-accredited institution and maintained a 3.0 GPA during your studies.

Or if you have a doctoral degree like an MD or a JD, you might look at UT Dallas' MS in Marketing program, which will waive the GMAT/GRE requirements for candidates with certain degrees.
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