GRE accepting Universities in Europe

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Rahul
Rahul Singha
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Updated on Dec 1, 2021 14:24 IST

GRE Accepting universities in Europe: In this article, we are going to be majorly focusing on universities spread across France, Netherlands, Ireland and Sweden that accept GRE scores as part of the admission process. GRE is a standard test that is one of the most sought after exams for candidates looking to study graduate programmes in universities abroad. Candidates wanting to know more about the GRE exam can check out our exam guide.

The full form of GRE is the Graduate Record Examination or more commonly referred to as GRE and is conducted by ETS. Due to the pandemic, COVID-19, ETS – the conducting body of the GRE exam has launched the GRE at Home for candidates looking to appear for the GRE test from the safety of their homes.

While a few of the universities did relax eligibility criteria due to the COVID-19 crisis as part of the admission process. However, with COVID-19 on a decline, universities are going back to their previous admission requirements. Along with MS universities in Europe a lot of MBA universities are also accepting GRE scores as part of the admission process. In this article, we are going to take a look at the popular GRE Accepting Universities in Europe.

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GRE Accepting universities in Europe – MS Courses

In this section, we will be covering GRE accepting universities in Europe for MS courses. Candidates can check out the entire list of GRE accepting universities in Europe for MS Courses, here. 

Universities in Europe

Popular Course(s)

Eligibility

Delft University of Technology

Delft, Netherlands

MSc Aerospace Engineering

MSc Embedded Systems

MSc Computer Engineering

TOEFL: 90; IELTS: 6.5; GRE: Accepted

Maastricht University

Maastricht, Netherlands

MSc in Biomedical Sciences

TOEFL: 90; IELTS: 6.5; GRE: 288

University of Twente

Enschede, Netherlands

MSc in Industrial Engineering and Management

TOEFL: 90; IELTS: 6.5; GRE: Accepted; GMAT: Accepted

EDHEC Business School

Lille, France

MSc in Data Analytics & Artificial Intelligence

TOEFL: 92; IELTS: 6.5; GRE: Accepted; GMAT: 650

KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Stockholm, Sweden

Master's programme in Turbomachinery Aeromechanical University Training (THRUST)

IELTS: Accepted; GRE: 305

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GRE Accepting universities in Europe – MBA Courses

In this section, we will be covering GRE accepting universities in Europe for MBA courses. Candidates can check out the entire list of GRE accepting universities in Europe for MBA Courses, here. 

Universities in Europe

Popular Courses

Eligibility

University College Dublin

Dublin, Ireland

Full-Time MBA

TOEFL: 100; IELTS: 7; PTE: 65; GRE: Accepted; GMAT: 600

HEC Paris

Paris, France

MBA

TOEFL: 100; IELTS: 7; PTE: 72; GRE: Accepted; GMAT: Accepted

University of Amsterdam

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Business Administration (MBA)

TOEFL: 100; IELTS: 7; GRE: Accepted; GMAT: Accepted

ESSEC Business School - France

Paris, France

Global MBA

TOEFL: 100; IELTS: 7; GRE: Accepted; GMAT: Accepted

INSEAD - France

Paris, France

Master in Business Administration

TOEFL: 105; IELTS: 7.5; PTE: 72; GRE: Accepted; GMAT: Accepted

Erasmus University Rotterdam

Rotterdam, Netherlands

International Full-time MBA

IELTS: Accepted; GRE: Accepted; GMAT: Accepted

EMLYON Business School

Lyon, France

International MBA

TOEFL: Accepted; IELTS: Accepted; PTE: Accepted; GRE: Accepted; GMAT: Accepted

EDHEC Business School

Lille, France

Global MBA

TOEFL: 95; IELTS: 6.5; GRE: Accepted; GMAT: Accepted

Audencia Business School

Nantes, France

Full-Time MBA

TOEFL: 60; IELTS: 5; GRE: 300; GMAT: 400

GRE Preparation 2021

GRE Accepting universities in Europe: Candidates looking to perform well in their GRE test would be required to follow a solid GRE Preparation strategy to achieve their desired goal. Read on to unlock the GRE study plan to score well in your next GRE exam.

Similar to other exam prep, you can choose to study on your own or join a coaching centre to prepare for the GRE exam. The decision lies entirely to you, as you need to see whether you have enough time and resources for both. Newer methods of studying are gaining popularity, like GRE preparation online. It includes both self-studying and coaching class methods. You join a virtual classroom and you learn in the comfort of your home. To choose the best method on how to prepare for GRE you first need to look at your criteria and decide accordingly. Read: Best Books and Resources to Prepare for GRE 

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  1. Plan ahead
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  4. Start studying vocabulary
  5. Focus on your subject
  6. Don't ignore the other subject
  7. Use good materials
  8. Know question types
  9. Keep an error log
  10. Plan on taking the exam twice

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Candidates should note that a lot of times eligibility requirements could be relaxed given that you have substantial work experience to show for or maybe GRE/GMAT scores are waived off temporarily, keeping the COVID-19 in mind. However, this is entirely at the discretion of the university.

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With over 8 years of experience in overseas education, Rahul Singha has been previously associated with prominent education houses. He is also responsible for keeping a sharp eye on education policies of major study... Read Full Bio

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