I realize that this forum is actually dedicated to the MBA, I therefore hope that it is okay to go a little off-topic with this.....if it's not, feel free to delete it
As a European undergrad student, however, the MBA is not the only option to continue your studies after your Bachelor degree as most of us prefer delaying the entry into the business world and therefore choose the option of a Master of Science right after the Bachelor.
The Financial Times publishes a ranking concerning the European Master in Management programs each year which is probably a pretty good measure regarding the quality and reputation of the various programs in Europe.
However, as most of the programs covered are pretty new, there is not too much information regarding the different application procedures / requirements to be found online.
As I am in the last year of my undergrad studies, it would be quite interesting for me to receive some information from students already admitted to one of the top programs (HEC, ESCP-Europe, LSE etc.) that exist in Europe.
What is hard to get in? (Hehe, pretty general question, sry about that
) How about the GMAT-Score, undergrad GPA etc. of the people you know that are studying with you?
I just heard from some LSE-students that a 680+ GMAT was the minimum to get in there this year, which sounds unlikely to me as ECs, undergrad GPA, essays are supposed to be quite important as well......any thoughts on that?
I hope that somebody can help me out with all that, I have been looking for quite a while for some information but haven't found too much of it yet....thanks!