GMAT Tutoring in Hamburg (Germany)
Manhattan Review is a multi-national educational services company that provides top-quality preparation services for the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). Our rigorous and reliable offerings for Hamburg students include brick-and-mortar GMAT prep courses, GMAT prep courses in online interactive format, GMAT private tutoring, MBA admissions consulting, and GMAT practice tests. Manhattan Review has been helping students around the world achieve their business school ambitions since our company was founded in 1999. We have taught thousands of students in Europe, Asia, Australia, and North America how to receive the GMAT scores required for acceptance to prestigious business schools. Our GMAT students have been accepted to Harvard Business School, the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Sloan School of Management, the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business, and many other elite institutions. Learn more about our services for prospective business students in Hamburg by contacting us today.
Graduate business school applicants should make careful and comprehensive GMAT preparation central to their business school plans. Interviews with admissions officials, studies of admissions data, and anecdotal evidence all indicate that the GMAT is a heavily weighted component of business school applications, and is often considered more strongly than other application requirements such as GPA, work history, or letters of recommendation. There are two main reasons why this is so. First of all, business school rankings are partially determined by the average GMAT scores of accepted students. Secondly, the GMAT is considered a fair and objective assessment of applicants, who come from a wide variety of academic and cultural backgrounds. The GMAT is extremely important to the fortunes of aspiring MBAs, but the good news is that high GMAT performance is attainable through experienced instruction. Manhattan Review's private GMAT tutoring in Hamburg gets excellent results through customized instruction based on each student's individual GMAT strengths and weaknesses, academic background, target institutions, desired GMAT scores, and preferred learning style.
There can be little doubt that graduate business training substantially improves business careers. According to an article recently published in U.S. News & World Report, the average starting salary for graduates of Duke University's Fuqua School of Business was $115,201 per year. Stanford graduates did even better, with an average annual starting salary of $129,618, and graduates of every business school ranked in the top 10 can look forward to average starting salaries of at least $110,000 per year. Manhattan Review's past GMAT clients have completed the business training that leads to these types of lucrative opportunities. Our students have been hired by Fortune 500 companies such as Berkshire Hathaway, Archer Daniels Midland, Amazon.com, and General Electric. They've also gone to work for Hamburg companies such as Aquila Capital, Bauer Media Group, Hanseatic Bank, and Deutsch EuroShop. With Manhattan Review's GMAT private tutoring and prep courses, you'll soon be on your way up in the business world.
GMAT Private Tutoring
This is just to let you know how I did in my GMAT. I got 710 overall, with my essays collectively graded at 5.5. I was quite pleased with my result. Please pass on my thanks to our instructor. I thought he was an excellent tutor and I enjoyed his approach to teaching the (invariably dry) subject matter.
- Peng (This student took our London GMAT weekend course)
Radisson Blu Hotel
Marseiller Strasse 2
20355 Hamburg, Germany
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Hamburg GMAT Tutor: Jutta M.
Jutta M. is a graduate of Emory University (BA in history) and Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business (dual MBA/Master of Science in Foreign Service). Originally from Nuremburg, Germany, Jutta has experience in both business and government, with stints as a junior executive at a financial services company and as an administrator at the U.S. State Department. She returned to Germany in 2013 to accept a job as an international investment advisor at a Hamburg firm.
Jutta's GMAT students are impressed with her credentials, but they appreciate her approachable personality and enthusiastic teaching style even more. "Given Jutta's background, I expected her to be at least somewhat arrogant," wrote one student. "I quickly discovered that she is a warm and friendly person who loves to teach, and is absolutely devoted to her students." In her spare time, Jutta is an amateur pianist who will never hesitate to perform for her family and friends.