In the b-school scene, GMAT has more than replaced previously valued entrance tests like MAT, CMAT, and others.
Most MBA colleges in India and abroad today have made GMAT score a crucial part of their selection system beside consideration of the applicant’s academic preparation and performance, recommendations, statement of purpose, personal interview, and another factor that holds much weight and in some cases has the potential to offset the importance given on the GMAT result— some substantial work experience to show on behalf of the applicant.
If you are planning to stay in India to pursue an MBA but apprehensive of scoring low in GMAT, you will still be holding some good chances to access admission in the following b-schools without a hit, take a look:
ISB Hyderabad and Mohali
ISB has two campuses in India which achieved global recognition since their establishment in 2001. The school environment is apt for developing for students an in-depth business acumen and comprehensively sharpens their analytical skills.
ISB is the first b-school in India to earn an AACSB accreditation, and additionally, it has accreditation by EFMD Quality Improvement System– both accreditation organisations focused on raising the quality of management studies worldwide.
The average GMAT score cut-off for ISB Mohali is 590-770, and of Hyderabad, 600-770. You would need to show 12-24 months of full-time post-qualification work experience.
S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai
One of the fewer b-schools in India which offers management programs in the advanced and latest areas of business management, bringing up students for an international business environment. In the Times Higher Education and the Wall Street Journal list of global b-schools, you will find S P Jain Global ranked ahead of IMD, HEC PAris, NUS Business School,Cranfield School of Management. and Melbourne Business School.
If you are interested in sharpening your business acumen in specific niches, you will find S. P. Jain programs suited to your preference. There are niche programs focused on Global Luxury Goods & Services Management, Global Family Managed Business, and Global Owner Manager Programme.
Candidates at this reputed institute are selected by shortlisting based on academic work, S P Jain Aptitude Test ot CAT/GMAT/ GRE score. GMAT resultsat S P Jain with scores as low as 650 is no barrier to successful selection.
Woxsen School of Business, Hyderabad
WSB in Hyderabad constitutes a placement team which does some great work with yearly tiered desired job role placement, opening up opportunities to students at premium MNCs like Dell Technologies or Amazon, pharmacological companies, and more. The top pay package at an average varies between 6-7 LPA.
Besides these factors, another draw for enrolling at Women has to be it’s superb infrastructure, with spic and span classrooms, full AC and WiFi-enabled, recreational spaces like a fully equipped gym, swimming pool, badminton courts, football and cricket field, tennis court, golf courses, and more.
Candidates with low GMAT scores, starting from 650 are fully eligible for the selection, with other areas of achievements to show for.
Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai
Great Lakes Institute of Management holds a reputation for 100 % placements every year with jobs having average CTC around 9.3L. Placement happens at Deloitte, CRISIL, McKinsey,JP Morgan & Chase, Amazon, Barclays,Anheuser-Busch, Britannia, InbevITC, Lotte, and more.
Great Lakes allows a GMAT score of 680 at the lowest for PGPM.
Amrita School of Business, Amrita Viswapeetham, Amritapuri
Amrita School of Business offers specialisations in five areas in its MBA course– Operations, Finance, Marketing, Human Resources Management, and Business Analytics. It has been maintaining a high placement record, bringing in game-changing companies like Amazon in the placement scenario.
Securing a GMAT score of 550 at the least will make you eligible for selection at this institute.
Let no low scores hold you back from achieving your dreams!