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Business Schools in the US That Don’t Require GRE

Business Schools in the US That Don’t Require GRE

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Many international students hoping to earn their master’s degrees in the US have to go through different long and strenuous processes. They have to prepare for visa requirements, English language proficiency tests, proof of sufficient funds and hunt for secure accommodations.

But the process doesn’t end there. In some cases, the admission process in a business school is rigorous, and standards for admission are very high. Standardized tests such as the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) are required and applicants must achieve a stellar score to get in.

Truth is, the GRE can be a big expense for an international student. Not to mention, in the process of submitting pre-departure requirements, a student may not have enough time to prepare for the GRE.

Fortunately, there are many business schools in the US that offer certain programs where GRE isn’t required. In some cases, the GRE can be optional or can be waived if the applicant can meet certain conditions.

Business Schools That Offer MBA Programs Without GRE

To assist you in finding the perfect business school for you, we curated a list of business schools in the US that offer MBA programs without requiring the GRE.

To learn more about the admission process and the conditions of the GRE requirement, you can visit the official website of each business school.

Business School Program/s
Georgia State University J. Mack Robinson College of Business Executive MBA
Suffolk University Sawyer School of Business Full-time/Part-time MBA, Executive MBA, Global MBA
Babson College F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business Blended Learning MBA
MIT Sloan School of Management Executive MBA
Pace University Lubin School of Business Full-time/Part-time MBA, Executive MBA
Loyola University Quinlan School of Business Executive MBA
UCLA Anderson School of Management Global Executive MBA for the Americas, Global Executive MBA for Asia Pacific
Baylor University Hankamer School of Business  Executive MBA, Online MBA
Michigan State University Eli Broad College of Business Full-time MBA, Executive MBA
Cornell University SC Johnson Graduate School of Management  Executive MBA
Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Global Executive MBA, Executive MBA
Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business Executive MBA, Evening MBA
University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management Part-time MBA, Executive MBA, Online MBA
Saint Joseph University Haub School of Business Executive Food Marketing MBA, Executive Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Management MBA
Baruch College Zicklin School of Business Executive MBA
Texas A&M Mays Business School Executive MBA
Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business Executive MBA
University of Texas at Arlington College of Business Executive MBA, Executive MBA in Asia
Lake Forest Graduate School of Management  

After spending money on pre-departure requirements, taking the GRE can be challenging for international students. Fortunately, these US business schools don’t require GRE for some of their MBA programs. Follow MSM Unify for more updates on this list.

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