Official GMAT™ Bloggers

Showcase your current business school students and alumni to potential candidates from around the world.

GMAC offers opportunities to feature your students and alumni on

Who are the Official GMAT Bloggers?

The Official GMAT Bloggers are real graduate business schools students and recent alumni who are sharing their stories with potential students around the world. With your help, we like to find students and alumni who can produce a series of four video blogs – around 1:00 minute each – detailing their journey to graduate business school and life beyond.

Our current bloggers are talking about about preparing for the GMAT exam, selecting the right program, networking, balancing work/life/classroom, and how their business school experiences prepared them for their careers. These videos will be featured on and across our social media channels.

The Benefits to You

As the school of the selected student or alumni video blogger, your program, featured in the video branding, will be viewed by an audience of thousands of prospective applicants who visit and our social media channels each month. This is an excellent way to showcase your program’s strengths and give prospective students an in-depth look at the opportunities available at your school.

Benefits to Your Students or Alumni

The students that you help us select will both represent your school and their peers as they offer tips and advice to future graduate management students. Alumni gain the dual benefit of promoting their schools as well as their business ventures or companies. For those selected, this is a great opportunity to demonstrate creativity, initiative, and leadership. In addition, GMAC will compensate each blogger $150 per submitted and approved video.

What’s Involved?

In summary, we’re looking for students and alumni who can:

  • Commit to answering four top-of-mind questions and providing video content in a timely manner
  • Communicate their responses to these questions in an engaging and articulate manner
  • Videotape themselves with the use of a quality digital camcorder or similar school-provided equipment 

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