Boston MBA Programs that Don’t Require the GMAT or GRE


Below is a list of business schools in the Boston Metro that don’t require the GMAT or GRE. For a complete list of MBA programs in the Boston Metro, click here.

Please note that many of these programs are executive MBA programs, which typically cater to applicants with many years of professional experience. Click on a program profile below to see if you meet the eligibility requirements for that program.

Questrom School of Business — Boston University



Boston University — Questrom School of Business’ Executive MBA Program does not require the GMAT.

F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business - Babson College



Babson’s Blended Learning MBA Program does not require the GMAT.

Sloan School of Management — Massachusetts Institute of Technology

MIT Sloan E62


MIT Sloan’s Executive MBA Program and Sloan Fellows Program do not require the GMAT. If you’re a seasoned executive who just doesn’t have the time to prep for exams, you don’t have to cross this top program off your list.

D'Amore-McKim School of Business – Northeastern University



Northeastern University’s Executive MBA Program does not require the GMAT.

Sawyer School of Business – Suffolk University



GMAT and GRE requirements can be waived for Sawyer’s Full-Time MBAPart-Time MBA and Executive MBA programs provided that applicants meet certain conditions. Click on the links above to learn more.

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