GMAT Amsterdam face-to-face classes open for registration

According to the guidelines released by the Dutch government on the 19th of May, from the 1st of June scheduled meetings can take place again under certain conditions. As we are confident we are able to meet all conditions, this means we are allowed to open our small scale face-to-face GMAT classes again. As we have had requests from people who are not able to take classes online, we are happy and enthusiastic to be able to welcome you again in our classrooms. We will use the time before the first classes to finalize all the necessary instructions to keep participants and teachers safe. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us via email (info@gmatamsterdam.com) or phone (+31 20 2600 110).

Participation in face-to-face classes

To be able to open our face-to-face classes, we will have additional requirements from participants, as is required by the Dutch government. Among these are the following:

  • participation in online classes is recommended above attending face-to-face classes. Online classes are cheaper too.
  • participants need to be in excellent health, and completely free of Covid 19 symptoms. If a participant has symptoms, participation can be postponed or changed to online. Participating in the face-to-face class with symptoms is not allowed under any circumstances.
  • participants follow strict guidelines for their movement and personal hygiene (such as keeping 1,5m distance, no unnecessary movement through the classroom, cleaning hands, etc).

GMAT Amsterdam Courses online available:

GMAT Amsterdam preparation courses are always available online and in classroom. Due to government advice we have postponed or cancelled our face-to-face classes, but our online Quantitative and Verbal courses are available. If you have any questions about these, please contact us via telephone (+31 20 2600 110) or email (info@gmatamsterdam.com). The teaching schedule is available here.

GMAT Amsterdam classroom sessions

Our classroom sessions are being scheduled as usual, and we’re reviewing the situation every time a start-date for one of the courses comes up. In case we have to cancel a classroom course due to health advice by the government, our online sessions will still take place. In case a classroom session takes place as scheduled, guidelines will be provided to keep yourself and others safe while attending the session.

Admission deadlines:

Business Schools are more flexible in their deadlines, but it appears to be different per applicant and business school. Please contact your preferred Business School to hear the latest news.

Always try to get information about policy and deadlines in writing to avoid any misunderstandings at a later moment.

Updates about the GMAT test:

The latest updates are made available on www.mba.com. GMAT Amsterdam is not a test center, and is not tracking test center developments on a day-to-day basis. However, we know there is an online GMAT test available to replace test center tests. More information about this can be found on https://www.mba.com/exams/gmat-online. For information about test center testing, we advise to contact your test center or the GMAT organization through available options on www.mba.com.

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