A recent Financial Times article reports that NYU Stern will cancel its requirement for EMBA candidates to take the GMAT or GRE.

Like other schools such as Chicago and Kellogg that do not require these exams as a condition for their EMBA application, Stern has also decided that applicants, managers in their 30’s or 40’s will be judged according to their academic accomplishments and career experience. Applicants who are accepted to the EMBA program at Stern have an average of 14 years career experience at an average age of 38, and 40% have advanced degrees.

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