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Question: What do Belgium, Singapore and Korea have in common?

Posted: Jun 18, 2010

Answer: They all have institutions which have just been added by GMAC to their “Global Business School Group” that administers the GMAT. Europe keeps growing! In fact, this is the first time a member has been accepted from either S.Korea or Belgium, making a total of 183 schools from 22 countries. On the topic of statistics: the GMAT is now used as part of the admissions process in over 1,900 business schools…can you afford not to have it on your CV? That’s over 4,750 different programs! For Singapore, this is their third member school, which increases its reputation as the New York of Asia.

The Belgian school is Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School; yet another opportunity for managers who have the GMAT at a good level to apply within Europe to gain the all important MBA from a respected, local institution.

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