Report History

The European Geographic Trend Report was first produced in 2005. Visit the GMAC Research Library to see previous editions of the European Trend Report and to access corresponding editions for the World, Asian, and North American Reports. (Access to all current and previous reports is limited to GMAT using schools.)

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European Geographic Trend Report for GMAT® Examinees

TY 2013 European Geographic Trend Report CoverWhich countries attract talent to and from Europe today?

The European Trend Report is your annual resource for data on where citizens of Europe wish to study and how well programs in that region are attracting students. Details are available for the 10 countries in Europe that sent the most GMAT score reports by citizenship in the most recent testing year. Schools that use the GMAT exam as part of their admissions process have access to all current and past reports published as part of the Geographic Trends Series.

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Highlights from Testing Year 2013*

  • European citizens sat for 22,671 GMAT exams in TY 2013, down slightly from the 23,224 exams taken in TY 2009.
  • In TY 2013, European citizens sent 50,282 GMAT score reports to programs worldwide. The United Kingdom, France, the Netherlands, and Germany combined received 44 percent of score reports that European test takers sent in TY 2013.

Learn More About Student Mobility in our Companion Report (Available to the Public)

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.

*GMAT Testing Years run from July 1 to June 30. Report updates are available during the first quarter of the following year.


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