GMAT Private Tutoring in Brussels (Belgium)

Brussels students interested in acceptance to elite business schools must produce high scores on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). Manhattan Review is a company that was founded in 1999 through a series of innovative methods of GMAT teaching and learning, and we continue to lead the industry in original approaches to GMAT prep. Our GMAT offerings for Brussels students include customized GMAT tutoring, rigorous GMAT prep courses (which can be taken either on-site or online), and GMAT practice tests. Business school applicants can also improve their chances of acceptance to their first-choice programs with our MBA admissions consulting. Manhattan Review's GMAT learning options approach GMAT content with an emphasis on higher-order thinking skills, and our students also learn effective test-taking strategies, time management skills, and how to make the most of their out-of-class preparation. Contact us today by phone, email, or online for all of the relevant details on our GMAT prep services in Brussels.

Business school applicants must thoroughly assess the GMAT requirements and/or averages of the institutions they wish to attend. Some programs have minimum GMAT requirements in order to be considered for admission. The MBA program at the University of Nevada Las Vegas's College of Business requires a minimum total score of 550, with every subscore over the 25th percentile. However, these standards are only the minimum for consideration, not acceptance (the average total GMAT score of accepted students at UNLV is 600). Most business schools do not have mandatory minimum scores, but applicants must (at the very least) approach institutional averages in order to have realistic chances of acceptance. The PhD program in accounting at the University of Iowa's Tippie College of Business (an institution ranked in the top 25 in the United States) reports average total GMAT scores of 700, and the program suggests that applicants receive GMAT verbal scores in the 80th percentile or above (which would be a section score of approximately 36).

Manhattan Review's customized GMAT tutoring in Brussels targets instruction toward the specific GMAT score needs of every individual client. Our instruction has been validated by the success of our students, both in business school and in the business world. Manhattan Review's GMAT clients have been accepted to graduate business degree programs at Harvard Business School, the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Dartmouth College's Tuck School of Business, the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia, UCLA's Anderson School of Management, and many other elite institutions for advanced business training. Graduate degrees from highly ranked business schools nearly always lead to lucrative employment. Manhattan Review's former GMAT students have been hired by Fortune 500 companies (such as General Electric, Ford Motor, Bank of America, and Microsoft) and Brussels firms (including Mediafin, Umicore, Viohalco, and Fluxys). Take the first step in starting or improving your business career by signing up for Manhattan Review's GMAT private tutoring and prep courses in Brussels.

GMAT Private Tutoring

Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online

GMAT Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online


Phone: +32-2-808-5163

Primary Course Venue:

Sheraton Brussels Hotel
Place Rogier 3
Brussels 1210, Belgium

NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.

Meet a Brussels GMAT Tutor: Vasily K.

Vasily K., an American of Russian descent, is an alumnus of Penn State University and Cornell University's Johnson Graduate School of Management. He has been teaching GMAT prep in New York City and Brussels for seven years, and is currently also a mid-level executive at a local investment firm. A fluent speaker of French, English, and Russian, he has taught GMAT prep to students from over 25 countries in Europe, Asia, and North America.

Vasily's students benefit from his systematic approach to GMAT instruction, which uses GMAT strengths to build up GMAT weaknesses. "Every one of my students is good at something, whether it's essay writing, reading comprehension, or quantitative reasoning," he says. "I show them how to use the abilities they already have to acquire new skills." In his spare time, Vasily pursues a grueling physical fitness routine based on the concept of cross training.