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ArticlesNo Gmat MBA Programs In The US While the majority of top business schools still require GMAT scores upward of 700 to gain admission, many no GMAT MBA programs around the country have excellent academic reputations. These no GMAT MBA programs prepare students for the business world with excellent education opportunities. Even some of the top American business schools are allowing for a substitution for the GMAT with the GRE, giving business professionals more options in applying to a program.
There are various no GMAT MBA programs. The University of Phoenix, an accredited for-profit institution that serves more than one hundred thousand students online each year, offers a no GMAT MBA program. Students have to have a minimum GPA requirement and submit official transcripts, as well as an application. Harvard...
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NewsUCD Smurfit Launches an MSc Program in International Law and Business
Ireland's UCD Dublin's Smurfit Graduate School of Business has announced that it will launch an MSc program in International Law and Business, in partnership with the UCD Sutherland School of Law. The program will be 12 months long and cover the theoretical underpinnings of both law and business. According to the course webpage, the program is designed to help students land jobs in a variety of capacities, from "international law firms and multinational professional service firms through to multinationals requiring in-house legal advisers." Applications for the inaugural 2014 cohort are now open. To apply, those interested should have a degree in law or business, or from a related discipline such as economics or finance. For more information or to apply, please see the UCD Smurfit MSc in International Law and Business course webpage.