GMAT® Geographic Trend Reports
Map out smart recruiting visits with data on where students want to study.
Our annual Geographic Trend Reports merge score-sending patterns from GMAT examinees with profile data they submit with the exam.
All score report data presented in the reports correspond to testing year (TY) dates, which run from July 1 to June 30 to mimic academic calendars at most schools.
Does Your School Use the GMAT Exam? See Our Latest Geographic Trend Reports for GMAT Accepting Schools:
World Report, TY 2009 to TY 2013
Asian Report, TY 2009 to TY 2013
European Report, TY 2009 to TY 2013
North American Report, TY 2009 to TY 2013
Prospective Students & Mobility
A new Data-to-Go brief, Where Students Are Pursuing Graduate Business School and Why offers information on student mobility. This short publication is a publically available companion report for the Geographic Trend Series.
Related Interactive Tools
Access additional items related to this year's Geographic Trend Series:
- The GMAT Trends Tracker 2013 is an Adobe Flex tool that presents nearly all of the data from the 2013 Profile document in a dynamic format with additional student mobility data. Within GMAT Trends Tracker you get graphical displays of the data tables, you can select and view the regions and demographics of interest to you, and you can download that data for further use.
- Get the handouts and listen to the recording of the "Going Places: Mobility in Management Education" webinar to get a behind-the-scenes view of the dynamic recruitment landscape for graduate management education. GMAC analysts present GMAT examinee data from the Geographic Trend Report series alongside information from across GMAC research surveys.
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