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What is the GMAT ?

The GMAT (Graduate Management Admissions Test) is considered by most business schools (including MIM, MSc, MBA, and EMBA programs) as an excellent indicator of a student’s academic success.
This standardized test is administered by computer (“Computer-Adaptive Test”) and measures computing, analysis, and writing skills. It does not test any specific business skills.

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What is the TOEFL ?

The TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is recognized by colleges and universities in the United States and other countries as the ultimate evaluation of a potential student’s English proficiency. The test was designed to measure the skills of a non-native English speaker student who wants to follow a higher education curriculum. It is oriented toward academic topics and situations. TOEFL iBT, the new generation of the test, was officially launched in Belgium in October 2005.

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What is the IELTS ?

The IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is a test designed to evaluate the English language competency level of non-native speakers wishing to study or work in an English-speaking environment. It is the most popular English language proficiency tests. In 2013, approximately 2 million students took the IELTS.

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What is the SAT ?

he Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT Reasoning Test, formerly SAT 1) measures reasoning skills in the areas of reading comprehension, mathematics, and written expression. It is used by U.S. colleges and universities as an indicator of a prospective student’s academic ability, and is requred for bachelor’s candidates at nearly all schools in the U.S. and Canada. There are also SAT Subject Tests (formerly SAT 2) that test a candidate’s knowledge of a particular area, such as biology and social sciences. Your SAT score is the biggest factor influencing your acceptance into Ivy League schools and other elite universities.

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What is the ACT ?

The MBA Center offers a wide range of ACT prep services: group classes, private tutoring, online courses. We offer to come to visit our center every Saturday (10h-13h) to take a free diagnostic test, check our facilities, meet our students and determine a personalized study plan with our ACT experts.

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What is the Solvay Test ?

The Solvay test contains three parts (a quantitative test, an essay and an interview), all scheduled on the same day.

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What is the Vlerick Test ?

The Vlerick Business Admissions Test contains five “sections.” These five sections are scheduled on the same day. The analytical and the English tests are computer-based. The three other sections are “live.”

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What is the TOEIC ?

The TOEIC (Test Of English for International Communication) assesses the ability to communicate in English in an international business context. Reliable and accurate, the TOEIC is recognized and accepted by employers, recruitment agencies, and educational institutions worldwide. Two independent tests are included in the TOEIC: TOEIC L&R (Listening and Reading) and TOEIC S&W (Speaking and Writing).

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What is the TAGE-MAGE ?

The Tage-Mage is a test administered by the Fond National pour l’Enseignement de la Gestion and which is accepted by all the major graduate French speaking business schools as an evaluation tool to select candidates for their masters (MIM or MSc) and MBAs. The Tage-Mage is a paper-based test which is administered about 10 times a year in France. The FNEGE also organizes once a year sessions all over the world.

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What is the GRE ?

The GRE (Graduate Record Examination), is a test accepted by most international graduate programs including but not limited to Engineering, Business, Liberal Arts, Social Science. It was designed to predict the student’s success in a high demanding graduate program.
The GRE is a computer based test administered by Prometric and evaluates the candidate’s verbal and quantitative skills through multiple choice questions and two essays.

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What is the IEGAT ?

The GMAT (Graduate Management Admissions Test) is considered by most business schools (including MIM, MSc, MBA, and EMBA programs) as an excellent indicator of a student’s academic success.
This standardized test is administered by computer (“Computer-Adaptive Test”) and measures computing, analysis, and writing skills. It does not test any specific business skills.

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MBA Center Brussels



MBA Center Brussels

The MBA Center is an elite test preparation and admission consulting organization helping students from all background enter the university or the business school of their choice. Present in all major European capitals, MBA Center Brussels for instance offers its expertise to the Top Universities in Belgium.

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Our Student's Results for 2015-2016

# NAMES SCHOOLS ADMITTED TO
1 Abdel Z HEC EMBA
2 Adrien C Cass MIM
3 Aida A MIT Sloan MBA
4 Alberto V LBS MIM
5 Alexandre B Georgetown McDonough MBA
6 Alexandre B INSEAD MBA
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Success Stories

Why did you choose to do an MBA at this point in your career?

My goals are realistic and I have quite a few assets to succeed at them. First and foremost, I am truly passionate about what I do and about constantly getting better at it – this determination is at the heart of who I am, and it was the fuel for my decision to undertake an MBA education. Furthermore, I want to develop my existing skills in organizational behavior, finance and high-level negotiations. Finally, I want to develop more advanced leadership skills and have a better awareness of cross-cultural environments, key assets that all MBA graduates must strive for.


Could you start by telling us a little about yourself?

I guess my background might seem a bit unusual for an MBA candidate applying to a top business school. From 1998 to 2004, I attended the Ecole Normale Supérieure – the school of Jean-Paul Sartre, Michel Foucault and Jacques Derrida. It is a research-oriented school in which most students pursue a PhD and eventually become university professors. I majored in philosophy, passed the aggregation and engaged in an academic career. I specialized in philosophy of science – I even obtained a Master degree in cognitive sciences – and I started teaching philosophy to undergrad students as a lecturer at La Sorbonne.