All MBA applicants are required to write the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), an internationally recognised test measuring verbal, quantitative and reasoning skills. EMBA applicants are required to write the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT). However, as an alternative to the GMAT, applicants can complete the MCPA Assessment. Applicants writing MCPA are required to write the National Benchmark Test (NBT) and obtain an acceptable NBT score.
The GSB will consider applicants with an acceptable GMAT score.
The GSB offers a five-day GMAT Preparation course to familiarise students with the structure and content of the GMAT and to share a strategy and answering techniques which will develop delegates' confidence in sitting for the test.
Applicants who have already taken the GMAT should enclose a certified copy of their score with their application pack. Generally, GMAT scores older than four years are not acceptable unless approved by the MBA director.