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Graduate Management Admission Council


The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), is an international, not-for profit association of the world’s leading business schools, with 205 governing schools in 25 countries, including three in Australia.

GMAC meets the needs of management schools and students through a wide array of products, services, and programs. We serve as the leading source of research and information about quality graduate management education around the world.

We are also the owner and administrator of the GMAT® exam. First administered in 1954, the GMAT exam is the premier standardized test specifically designed for graduate business and management programs. Available in 110 countries, it is the most widely used assessment for graduate management admissions and the most reliable predictor of academic success in graduate business studies.

More than 5,400 programs use it as a consistent, objective way to compare aspiring students worldwide—no matter what their education, age, gender, or citizenship—and to evaluate whether they are prepared for the rigors of a graduate management program. A record 286,529 GMAT exams were taken in 2011/12.

GMAC’s Asia-Pacific office, located in Hong Kong, can provide a host of services to Australian business schools including: marketing and recruitment tools, research and market intelligence, worldwide professional development opportunities, and innovative grant initiatives. 

Prospective students can access free GMAT preparation materials and learn more about MBA and Masters programs at

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