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New post Updated on: 12 Jan 2019, 17:17
Hi guys,

* 26 years old, F
* Bachelor's degree in Business & Economics (major in finance), average GPA, higher grades on latest courses
* Extra courses in Leadership & Ethics, Entrepreneurship as well as International Economic History
* I have a super low GMAT (only did I once, due to lack of time during the thesis period
* Worked & studied in Australia for a year right after highschool graduation
* I speak three languages fluently + professional skills in German, Norwegian and just started taking a distance course in Mandarin
* Project Manager for a school project
* Have played piano for over 18 years ( competed in Russia, Poland, etc)
* Have over 10 years of work experience (within retail, industry, restaurant manager, public service & communication marketing positions)
* Failed every single course during my first year at university, but continued

My question is, should I even bother putting time in applying for a MSc in International Business program at SSE and ask the admission if I could redo my GMAT after the deadline or are my chances super low of getting in?

Originally posted by Vicga on 12 Jan 2019, 13:10.
Last edited by Vicga on 12 Jan 2019, 17:17, edited 7 times in total.
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New post 12 Jan 2019, 13:26
Vicga wrote:
Hi guys,

* Bachelor's degree in Business & Economics (major in finance), average GPA, higher grades on the latest courses
* Extra courses in Leadership & Ethics as well as in International Economic History
* I have a super low GMAT (only it did once, did not had time to practice)
* Worked and studied in Australia for a year
* I speak three languages fluent, + professional skills in German, Norwegian and just started taking a distance course in Mandarin
* Project Manager for a school project during spring semester 2019
* Have over 10 years of work experience
* Failed every single course during my first year at university, but continued

My question is, should I even bother putting time in applying for a MSc in International Business program at SSE and ask the admission if I could redo my GMAT or are my chances super low of getting in?


Hi, first of all, congratulations to having a great profile with diversified experiences.
Coming to your question regarding MSc in Intl Business Programme at SSE, I hope you should submit a GMAT score. I recommend you to send the detailed mail to the admission team, it will help to know the chances of getting admission. Please go through the below link for a brief idea of the requirements.

https://www.hhs.se/en/education/msc/mib/mib-admission/
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New post 12 Jan 2019, 14:01
Thank you for your answer! I have gone through the requirements, have done the TOELF and currently trying to create a motivation letter. Could you please explain more in detail what you mean by me sending a detailed email, should I do that before I actually apply for the programme? And what do you mean should be stated in the email?

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