MBA program to accept GRE or GMAT scores
Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick joins growing number of prestigious business schools to take GRE test scores
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Applicants to Rutgers Business School – Newark and New Brunswick MBA program may now choose to submit test scores from either the GMAT
(Graduate Management Admissions Test®) or the GRE (Graduate Record Examination®). The GRE® is being accepted by a fast-growing number of other prestigious business schools, including some of the top ranked in the world, such as Harvard, MIT Sloan, NYU Stern and Stanford.
This change will result in the acceptance of business school candidates with multidisciplinary backgrounds, professional experience, and with a wide variety of interests to enhance the MBA student experience. “Students learn not only from the all-star faculty in our MBA program, but also from each other.” said Susan Gilbert, Associate Dean and Executive Director of the MBA Program. “It enhances the already strong focus on delivering a multidisciplinary business education here at Rutgers Business School.”
With degree programs such as the Pharmaceutical Management MBA, the Science MBA and the Customized Concentration MBA and with more than 270 Rutgers University degree programs to partner with, RBS is uniquely capable of delivering cutting-edge, multidisciplinary curricula that combine the mix of business and science required by today’s leading corporations.
This change will also allow applicants to keep their options open while applying to graduate schools. According to the GRE® official web site, the GRE® is the most widely available graduate admissions test. The test is accepted for admission to university masters and doctoral degree programs in addition to a rapidly increasing number of MBA programs. It is administered in more cities and countries around the world than other graduate admissions tests used by business schools.
Learn more about the GRE and GMAT at ets.org.
Apply Now and begin taking classes this fall!
Full-Time deadline to submit GRE/GMAT scores: July 19, 2010
Part-Time deadline to submit GRE/GMAT scores: July 26, 2010
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