What Are the Most Popular Programs to Send GMAT Scores To?

Matt Hazenbush

Matt Hazenbush - mba.com

Matt Hazenbush is the editor of mba.com.

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Top B-School BadgeWhen it comes to choosing a graduate business school program, there’s never been more high-quality options to select from. In mba.com’s Program Finder, prospective applicants like you can explore more than 7,700 programs at more than 2,000 business schools around the world. With so many options available in such a diverse array of program types, formats, and locations, how do you even begin to know which to apply to? To get started, it can be helpful to know what the most popular business school programs are.

What are the most popular business school programs?

Don’t let the high volume of options slow your progress toward making a meaningful investment in your career and life. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, you’ve come to the right place. Like when making any big decision, knowing what some of the most popular options are among people like you can help you get started in your decision-making progress.

To serve as a starting point for your program search, mba.com has compiled lists of the top business school programs from the last year to give you a sense of what the most popular program options are among GMAT™ exam test takers:

These lists are ordered by the number of unique individuals who sent a GMAT score report to a program in the last testing year (July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021), giving you a data-based measure of its popularity with prospective students.

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Matt Hazenbush

Matt Hazenbush - mba.com

Matt Hazenbush is the editor of mba.com. He has more than six years of experience writing and speaking about graduate business school and careers. Prior to leading the mba.com team, Matt was the Research Communications Senior Manager for the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). In that role he was responsible for key GMAC Research reports, including the annual Application Trends Survey and Corporate Recruiters Survey reports, as well as research white papers and briefs. Matt earned a B.A. in History and Communication from Boston College, and an Ed.M. in Higher Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

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