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Is UC3M well known across Europe? The MBA there seems to be a good value and I'm quite interested in applying but I wanted to understand the school's reputation, and if it has good career support for finding a job in Europe. Thank you.

Is UC3M well known across Europe? The MBA there seems to be a good value and I'm quite interested in applying but I wanted to understand the school's reputation, and if it has good career support for finding a job in Europe. Thank you.
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Duncan

It's a young and small university. I don't think it's well known outside Spain. Europe's Labour market is really national.

It's a young and small university. I don't think it's well known outside Spain. Europe's Labour market is really national.
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Hi! I’m also interested in applying but I dont have a GMAT score, in the admissions requisites its says that GMAT is recommended.. do you know if its hard to get into without one??

Thanks for the help!

Hi! I’m also interested in applying but I dont have a GMAT score, in the admissions requisites its says that GMAT is recommended.. do you know if its hard to get into without one??

Thanks for the help!
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Chi Wang

Hi! I’m also interested in applying but I dont have a GMAT score, in the admissions requisites its says that GMAT is recommended.. do you know if its hard to get into without one??

Thanks for the help!


I applied last year and did not have a GMAT, I think it all depends on your CV and how will you contributes to the cohort. The interview questions are not tough. I do think it is a great university in spain.

[quote]Hi! I’m also interested in applying but I dont have a GMAT score, in the admissions requisites its says that GMAT is recommended.. do you know if its hard to get into without one??

Thanks for the help! [/quote]

I applied last year and did not have a GMAT, I think it all depends on your CV and how will you contributes to the cohort. The interview questions are not tough. I do think it is a great university in spain.
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laurie

In general for those programs that say GMAT optional there are a few factors that are at play. Primarily, you'll want some strong work experience, at least at the level of the current class average. If there are any doubts about your work experience - including gaps, lack of promotions, less than the average, etc. - the a strong GMAT score can help ease their doubts.

Secondly, your undergraduate performance: a low GPA or poor performance otherwise could raise concerns, which could be eased with a strong GMAT score. When you take the GMAT and get a strong score it's a good signal to the admissions people that you are capable of performing in an academic setting.

In general for those programs that say GMAT optional there are a few factors that are at play. Primarily, you'll want some strong work experience, at least at the level of the current class average. If there are any doubts about your work experience - including gaps, lack of promotions, less than the average, etc. - the a strong GMAT score can help ease their doubts.

Secondly, your undergraduate performance: a low GPA or poor performance otherwise could raise concerns, which could be eased with a strong GMAT score. When you take the GMAT and get a strong score it's a good signal to the admissions people that you are capable of performing in an academic setting.
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