Nail your admissions test

Being interviewed for admission to a business school can be a nerve-racking experience.

But fear not! We've gathered some tips for you to make sure you nail that upcoming business school admissions test.

TIP 1: There's No Such Thing as Being "Over"Prepared

As the old saying goes: “You never get a second chance to make a great first impression”, so make sure you do your homework beforehand and find out more about the programme and the school itself:

  • What made you choose this particular programme?
  • What courses, as part of the curriculum, are you interested in?
  • What do alumni have to say about their experience?
  • What does the business school itself stand for? For example, at Vlerick, we have a hands-on approach to learning with a strong focus on personal development.

Whatever your choice of school, however, the jury will also want to assess your knowledge and insights on the world of business. That’s why it’s important to follow the news and current affairs. For specialised business programmes, you might also want to brush up on specific key concepts.

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