The Graduate Management Assessment test (GMAT) is a computer based test that is required of students applying for higher degrees such as an MBA. This is a lengthy test that can assess your suitability for your degree program and many courses value students that have achieved high scores. However, some students may not want to take the test for various reasons, such as time or they just don’t fare well when taking these forms of tests. For some students it is possible to waive the requirement for the GMAT, however, you will have to apply using a GMAT waiver letter.
For these purposes, we are planning an international encounter in the near future (August/September) to jointly deliberate on strategies and possibilities to protest and to discuss possibilities about how the topic can be made clear to the broader European public as a threat to democracy and rights. Paris, Berlin, Vienna or Bucharest (as a country with a totalitarian past, especially sensitized) are currently up for discussion as places for the encounter. Should you dispose of European contacts which you could win for this purpose or see possibilities for a material support of such a networking encounter, we would be pleased to receive your offers.