The selection of students for Master’s programmes is based on two selection groups. In group 1, the students are ranked by their GMAT or GRE General Test result. In group 2, the students are ranked by number of higher education credits (hec) (maximum 225 hec). Group 1 is prioritized in the selection of students so taking either of the tests is the best way to maximize your chances of securing a place on the programme.
There is no lower score limit for admission 2017.
See the Graduate School admisson website for deadline in regards to submitting the test result.
Unfortunately Graduate School has no possibility to confirm receipt of the test result.
Register for the GMAT through http://www.mba.com
This is where you find a test center, register and pay for your GMAT exam. You MUST register online and payments are usually made by credit card. Contact PearsonVUE Customer Service if you have any queries or wish to reschedule your exam. Please note that there is a rescheduling fee, size depending on how close to the exam you wish to reschedule.
Candidates are advised to study for the GMAT exam for 30-45 days before taking the exam. Study material can be found online at http://www.mba.com, where GMAT prep can be downloaded.
When you do the GMAT you have the possibility to send the test score to a number of universities in the world. The Master programmes at Graduate School, School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg have the codes below. Even if you apply for more than one master programme you only need to send the GMAT score to one master programme at Graduate School.
Accounting and Financial Management
Innovation and Industrial Management
International Business and Trade
Logistics and Transport Management
Marketing and Consumption
There is a test center available in Gothenburg
If you have additional questions about GMAT, please visit www.mba.com, if you have further queries regarding how Graduate School is using GMAT in the admission process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The GRE General Test is offered year-round at computer-based test centers in many countries. The computer-based test is not given every day at all test centers. Contact the appropriate Regional Registration Center (RCC) to verify test dates. You can register for the computer-based GRE General Test online, by phone, by mail or fax. Paper-based administrations are offered only in areas of the world where computer-based testing is not available. You can register for the paper-based GRE General Test online or by mail.
For more information about how to register, please see: http://www.ets.org/gre/general/register/
Official test preparation materials for the computer-based and paper-based GRE® tests are available for free to anyone who registers for the GRE tests worldwide or who visits the GRE website. There are also other helpful test preparation materials available but for a modest fee.
For more information about how to prepare, please see http://www.ets.org/gre/revised_general/prepare/
When you do the GRE General Test you have the possibility to send the test score to a number of universities in the world. The Master programmes at Graduate School, School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg has the code 7303. If you cannot choose the code, please choose University of Gothenburg, School of Business, Economics and Law.
For more information about GRE General Test, please see: www.ets.org/gre. If you have further queries regarding how Graduate School is using GRE in the admission process, please contact email@example.com.