GMAT at VU University
VU Amsterdam uses the GMAT as part of their admission procedure for the Pre-Masters program at University of Applied Sciences level. The minimum score is 550 and the deadline is usually set at January 31st. Please note that there will be some time to process your score, and VU usually does not accept a provisional result.
PhD programs also require a GMAT score, but no minimum score is required.
We offer our courses in three attractive package deals. Also, the courses that come with live sessions can be bought separately from other courses. To see all details, click the button below.See our plans and pricing!
Follow the free introduction
A lot of valuable information about the GMAT can be found in our free introduction. What should you expect from the test, how do you prepare, what is the best practice material. All information is on demand available on our e-learning platform complemented with live Q&A session to answer any question you have.Sign up for the free introduction!
History of VU
VU Amsterdam was founded in 1880 by Abraham Kuyper, to provide a location for the reformed protestant church to have an independent university. Abraham Kuyper was also prime minister of the Netherlands from 1901 to 1905. VU Amsterdam works closely together with the UvA and other institutions, both in and outside the Netherlands.
Let us contact you and help you to get you started with personal advice.
Discuss your preparation plan with an expert
Now that you registered yourself for a GMAT exam, you can start or continue with your preparations. Do you need help with your planning? Get in contact with us and we will help you to nail your GMAT exam!