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European Business Schools are attracting more students

European business schools are attracting a steadily increasing proportion of the total market of prospective students interested in management education

Posted: 02-Feb-2011

European business schools are attracting a steadily increasing share of the total market of prospective students interested in management education, according to an analysis released by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), owner of the GMAT exam.The analysis also found that European citizens who are planning to attend business school are showing greater interest in attending institutions located within Europe than they did five years ago, GMAC researchers found. Europeans also are taking the GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) at a growing rate, and account for a rising percentage of the worldwide GMAT testing pool.

“We’re seeing clear signs that more and more people view Europe as an excellent place to study business,” said Julia Tyler, GMAC’s London-based executive vice president of member services and school marketing. “Europe is home to an expanding base of high-quality management education programs—and the world is taking notice.”


Source: Graduate Management Admission Council

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