Admissions Test

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Vlerick Business School Admissions Test (VBAT)

We organise the VBAT on a monthly basis on our campuses in Belgium. The location of the VBAT has no link with the location of your Masters programme. You can apply for all Masters on any location.
When you apply through the VBAT you’ll take an analytical test and a face-to-face interview on the same day.
The analytical test is a computer based, multiple choice test. It assesses whether you can quickly read and interpret business data and it will take around 20 minutes.
Please find below our VBAT dates in Belgium 

Date  Deadline Campus
Tue 13 June 2017 Sun 4 June 2017 Brussels
Wed 12 July 2017 Sun 2 July 2017 Ghent
Tue 22 August 2017 Sun 13 August 2017 Leuven

In order to prepare for your admission test, you can find some tips & tricks in our VBAT preparation document.

GMAT/GRE

If you are unable to attend one of our VBAT dates, you can also apply with a GMAT or GRE score. In that case, please make sure to complete your application and submit your test score.
If your native language is not English and/or your undergraduate degree was not taught in English, you will also need to provide an English proficiency test. For a full list of the recognised tests and minimum scores, please check out our FAQ.
Once your application has been completed, you will be invited to a Skype interview with one of our programme directors.

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Sara Teuwen
sara.teuwen@vlerick.com
Skype  SaraTeuwen_VLERICK
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