GMAC launches its official Indian website

19 Oct

NEW DELHI: Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), the owner and administrator of the GMAT exam, announced the launch of ‘’- the official GMAT website on Tuesday.

The website has been designed exclusively for the Indian aspirants and exhibits a detailed classification of the top business schools in India, Indian B-schools accepting GMAT score and placements offered by B schools accepting GMAT scores globally.

“We’ve seen dramatic growth in the number of Indian candidates interested in pursuing management education over the last several years,” said Ashish Bhardwaj, regional director forSouth Asia, GMAC.

“Also with significant growth in acceptance of the GMAT at Indian business schools, these candidates have more choice. This new site will help them navigate the path to a quality graduate management degree with content designed specifically for this market.”

The India specific portal hosts information around funding options, the cost implications and the prospective return on investment. Additionally, the portal also runs a thread of video testimonials by select Indian students, narrating their journey and experiences from preparing for GMAT and making it to the business school of their choice.

GMAC has 200 member schools in 24 countries of which six member schools are located in India: Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, SP Jain Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai, School of Business Management, NMIMS University, Mumbai and Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai.


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