MBA without GMAT


Fox

Hi everyone,

Currently and actively searching MBA, I'm facing a problem.
I've got still one year to do in order to complete my master degree (here in france) after what I want to enter an MBA.
Thus I don't think I will have the time during the next year to pass the GMAT (and have a suitable score).
I'll have done my whole formation in internship so I should justify about 3 years of work experience.

I know it sounds crazy and assume most US universities ask for the GMAT but I did find in UK many universities that don't ask for it...

So my question is quite simple: Does exist MBA which doesn't have in their admission requirement the GMAT?

ps: I'm interested in MBA in general management and don't have special restriction for the location (California would be better for me though).

Thanks in advance,
Fox

Hi everyone,

Currently and actively searching MBA, I'm facing a problem.
I've got still one year to do in order to complete my master degree (here in france) after what I want to enter an MBA.
Thus I don't think I will have the time during the next year to pass the GMAT (and have a suitable score).
I'll have done my whole formation in internship so I should justify about 3 years of work experience.

I know it sounds crazy and assume most US universities ask for the GMAT but I did find in UK many universities that don't ask for it...

So my question is quite simple: Does exist MBA which doesn't have in their admission requirement the GMAT?

ps: I'm interested in MBA in general management and don't have special restriction for the location (California would be better for me though).

Thanks in advance,
Fox
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lukeh

Hi

This has come up as a major topic on the board

Have a look here:
http://www.find-mba.com/board/2338

Hi

This has come up as a major topic on the board

Have a look here:
http://www.find-mba.com/board/2338

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coldeepak

Hi! I am a 22 years plus 2007 batch graduate from St. Stephen?s College Delhi; India, been a National & All India Inter University Squash Championship amongst other prestigious achievements in Badminton/Tennis/Hockey/ Football/Aquatics/Athletics & extra-curricular. Since 01st Jan 2008, an Assistant Manager with the Goodricke Group in a tea estate near Jorhat in Assam; spread in 1000 hectares with a 2500 plus strong workforce; actively involved with functions in HR & Administration. Looking for an MBA without GMAT or entrance exam etc & purely on the strength of graduation from the most reputed under graduate institute in India, exceptional sports performance & personal interview - request any chance !

Hi! I am a 22 years plus 2007 batch graduate from St. Stephen?s College Delhi; India, been a National & All India Inter University Squash Championship amongst other prestigious achievements in Badminton/Tennis/Hockey/ Football/Aquatics/Athletics & extra-curricular. Since 01st Jan 2008, an Assistant Manager with the Goodricke Group in a tea estate near Jorhat in Assam; spread in 1000 hectares with a 2500 plus strong workforce; actively involved with functions in HR & Administration. Looking for an MBA without GMAT or entrance exam etc & purely on the strength of graduation from the most reputed under graduate institute in India, exceptional sports performance & personal interview - request any chance !
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lukeh

Hi coldeepak,

Just one question: are you looking for some advice or posting your CV in the hope that someone will give you a place on the basis of seeing it here? If the latter, although you sound very impressive, I'm afraid that's not how this board works.If the former, why not try using the search facility on this website to identify some schools which interest you, go to their web pages, and find out what their entrance criteria are. On the basis of what you've said, it sounds like you won't be short of offers.

Hi coldeepak,

Just one question: are you looking for some advice or posting your CV in the hope that someone will give you a place on the basis of seeing it here? If the latter, although you sound very impressive, I'm afraid that's not how this board works.If the former, why not try using the search facility on this website to identify some schools which interest you, go to their web pages, and find out what their entrance criteria are. On the basis of what you've said, it sounds like you won't be short of offers.
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coldeepak

Hi Lukeh,
Thanks for correcting me & also being so kind. I'm new on this board & before I use the web engine efficiently & to my advantage, someone kindly help on following input>
1. Under Grad Humanities from a top College in Delhi, India
2. National & All India Inter Univ Squash Winner
3. age - 22 plus
4. Work experience - @ 1 year
5. Looking for Full Time MBA in London in a good B School
6. Don't want to take GMAT or any written entrance
7. Any Chancellor's/any other likely scholarship on sports - to assist funding
Thanks - coldeepak

Hi Lukeh,
Thanks for correcting me & also being so kind. I'm new on this board & before I use the web engine efficiently & to my advantage, someone kindly help on following input>
1. Under Grad Humanities from a top College in Delhi, India
2. National & All India Inter Univ Squash Winner
3. age - 22 plus
4. Work experience - @ 1 year
5. Looking for Full Time MBA in London in a good B School
6. Don't want to take GMAT or any written entrance
7. Any Chancellor's/any other likely scholarship on sports - to assist funding
Thanks - coldeepak
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lukeh

Hi coldeepak,

Glad to be of service. I'm afraid I'm not quite sure what you'd like me to do with the above info, however. I would say, thought, that if you're looking to take am MBA outside India then it's very likely you'll have to take a GMAT or equivalent. But don't worry! Noone likes them. If you use the search facility on this site you can also find loads of stuff on here on what to expect, problems, procedures, and how best to approach them.

All the best,

lukeh

Hi coldeepak,

Glad to be of service. I'm afraid I'm not quite sure what you'd like me to do with the above info, however. I would say, thought, that if you're looking to take am MBA outside India then it's very likely you'll have to take a GMAT or equivalent. But don't worry! Noone likes them. If you use the search facility on this site you can also find loads of stuff on here on what to expect, problems, procedures, and how best to approach them.

All the best,

lukeh
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Webster University, London, USA (100 campuses), Thailand, Switzerland, China, Netherllands. Belgium. No GRE or GMAT Not for Profit, online on on campus, accepts international students, no entrance exams - all business managment, HR & Counseling. Worldwide Reputation.

Classes meet one night a week - geared towrad the workign adult professional

Webster University, London, USA (100 campuses), Thailand, Switzerland, China, Netherllands. Belgium. No GRE or GMAT Not for Profit, online on on campus, accepts international students, no entrance exams - all business managment, HR & Counseling. Worldwide Reputation.

Classes meet one night a week - geared towrad the workign adult professional
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lukeh

Cool!

Cool!
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There are many B-schools in UK, which do not ask for GMAT. Even there are universities which do not ask for TOEFL or IELTS.

There are many B-schools in UK, which do not ask for GMAT. Even there are universities which do not ask for TOEFL or IELTS.
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lukeh

That may be true, but Cass, Imperial, Judge, LBS, Said and Warwick all say they require at least 3 years' experience and good GMAT scores. The best way to find out which schools require it or not is to just run through the list and check yourself. A good place to start might be find-mba.com's list of the most popular UK B-schools.

http://www.find-mba.com/most-popular/uk-ireland

That may be true, but Cass, Imperial, Judge, LBS, Said and Warwick all say they require at least 3 years' experience and good GMAT scores. The best way to find out which schools require it or not is to just run through the list and check yourself. A good place to start might be find-mba.com's list of the most popular UK B-schools.

http://www.find-mba.com/most-popular/uk-ireland
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how do u rate MBA from Aberdeen University, Liverpool University, Nottingham University

how do u rate MBA from Aberdeen University, Liverpool University, Nottingham University
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lukeh

They're not first rank, but they're all pretty good at what they, especially in those areas in which they specialise (Aberdeen and energy, for example). Of the three, only Nottingham features in the Economist's top 100 European MBA programmes, at 93. But then it's all relative, isn't it? And rankings aren't everything. Liverpool, for example, is the best city, with the greatest football club, in the world. It's MBA isn't.

They're not first rank, but they're all pretty good at what they, especially in those areas in which they specialise (Aberdeen and energy, for example). Of the three, only Nottingham features in the Economist's top 100 European MBA programmes, at 93. But then it's all relative, isn't it? And rankings aren't everything. Liverpool, for example, is the best city, with the greatest football club, in the world. It's MBA isn't.
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i m 26 yr old. i have done my mca from mumbai university with a 1st class.
my work experience is 1 yr which i did in my last yr of mca. I have also worked for a local company as a networking engineer.
I had secured a job in a sewi cmm level 5 company in july 2008 but the joining date was postponed repeatedly due to the market issues.
Now i m thinking of taking up a MBA from some university in uk. i dont mind giving GMAT but when do the batches for Mba start ?and are their any job guarantees after finishing the course considering the economic condition of UK.
Which is a good university for doing mba in IT.

i m 26 yr old. i have done my mca from mumbai university with a 1st class.
my work experience is 1 yr which i did in my last yr of mca. I have also worked for a local company as a networking engineer.
I had secured a job in a sewi cmm level 5 company in july 2008 but the joining date was postponed repeatedly due to the market issues.
Now i m thinking of taking up a MBA from some university in uk. i dont mind giving GMAT but when do the batches for Mba start ?and are their any job guarantees after finishing the course considering the economic condition of UK.
Which is a good university for doing mba in IT.
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