In response to the continued COVID-19 pandemic, Weatherhead School of Management announced today it will waive GRE and GMAT test scores as a part of the admissions process for all master degree programs.
This announcement comes as a continuation from the summer and fall of 2020 when the school initially began waiving test score submissions for incoming students.
Graduate programs waiving the test scores include the MBA programs, Master’s of Science in Management – Finance, Master’s of Science in Management – Operations Research and Supply Chain Management, Master’s of Science in Management – Business Analytics and the Master of Accountancy program.
“The decision to extend our admission test waivers was made to stay ahead of the COVID-19 pandemic as the situation evolves,” said Gregory Jonas, senior associate dean of academics and graduate programs. “The past year has created many challenges for incoming students, and our goal is to reduce the stress involved with the application process – particularly factors that are out of the control of students. We look forward to providing the same world-class education to our incoming students as we have in the past, despite the new challenges this year has created.”
All additional requirements to be admitted to the programs must still be met. Candidates interested in being considered for scholarships are still encouraged to complete the GMAT/GRE tests to enhance scholarship opportunities.
Incoming and prospective students with questions are encouraged to contact the graduate admissions team at 216-368-2030 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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