It is the dream of thousands of graduates from all over the world to pursue their Masters degrees in the USA, however there are many obstacles that force them to abandon their dreams. One substantial obstacle is the GMAT exam required to enter most US universities’ masters’ programs.
What is the GMA test? The GMAT exam is designed to test skills relevant to business and management programs. It is taken by more than 200,000 students annually, and after countless hours of studying, only 6% of the takers obtain a score high enough in order to gain admission.
We are excited to deliver the good news that one of the highly prestigious, and internationally renowned American universities has removed the GMAT requirement from their admissions program.
This university is ranked 126 worldwide for their MBA program, and is among the best Business schools in the nation. 42% of the universities’ students are international, creating a culturally diverse environment.
Illinois State University’s Master of Business Administration program has removed the GMAT requirement for Direct Entry students beginning May 2023 for the upcoming summer term.
Begin your application straight away by clicking on the link below, and an Academic Advisor will contact you immediately to help you turn your dream into reality.