GMAT Tutoring in Johannesburg
Rise through the ranks of your career ladder, and get hired for top management positions with your MBA. Johannesburg is a thriving cultural hub of South Africa, a popular place for creative and cultural industries. If you love the arts, become the most qualified candidate applicant for leadership roles in the city's many museums, theaters and galleries.
But Johannesburg is an ideal location for business school graduates in a wide field of industries. Get promoted to prestigious positions in banking, IT, real estate, transport, broadcast, print media, private health care, and other lucrative local endeavors.
Manhattan Review has supplied students with the tools to score higher on the GMAT exam since 1999. Our company offers full-length GMAT courses, private tutoring services, Interactive Online Courses, practice tests, and MBA admissions consulting. Simply choose the learning platform that will help you reach your full potential. You can register online today.
If you are preparing for the GMAT in Johannesburg, you'll have access to some of the best business school programs in South Africa. Our private tutors possess the unique expertise to help you achieve your goals and get admitted. Work in a focused, one-on-one learning session to master the material and test-taking skills you need to succeed. Since the GMAT is standardized by nature, our practice tests, personalized support, and updated course syllabus are all designed to deliver results.
Many of our private tutors have graduated from renowned MBA programs. Some have followed their studies by climbing the corporate ladder at a rapid pace. Others have pursued the entrepreneurial spirit of the MBA to open their own businesses. But all of our GMAT instructors have the experience and expertise to guide you toward your higher education pursuits. With a proven track record for success, our private tutoring will help you transition seamlessly from test prep study to higher percentile scores.
We have helped students get accepted at competitive business schools such as University of Cape Town, University of Pretoria, University of Stellenbosch, Wits Business School at the University of the Witwatersrand, Rhodes Business School, Milpark Business School, and Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Business School.
GMAT Private Tutoring
Since I took the GMAT preparation course with you approx. six months ago, I wanted to inform you that I got accepted at Kellogg and would like to thank you for your support.
- Fabian (This student took our Munich GMAT weekend course)
Radisson Blu Gautrain Hotel
Rivonia Road 106 (Corner West Street)
Sandton 2196, South Africa
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Lorna graduated from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia with a degree in Mass Communications. Then she continued her education by acquiring her MBA from the Darden Business School at University of Virginia, one of the finest in the nation. With her strong educational background in building business brands through consistent advertising and marketing messaging, she landed a brand strategy position at Nestle Waters in Stamford, Connecticut.
Lorna proved to be a valuable asset to her creative team and a natural leader. Her higher-ups noticed. With a strong presence in South Africa, Nestle intended to launch several new websites for up-and-coming products near the Johannesburg office. Along with several of her colleagues, Lorna was invited to transfer temporarily to take part in this huge intercontinental opportunity.
Lorna fell in love with Johannesburg immediately and was a key player during several major campaigns in the last few years. As a Manhattan Review private tutor, Lorna imparts words of wisdom about her GMAT experience – she scored in the 97th percentile on the exam. These days, she is taking a course at the University of Johannesburg and has taken a fervent interest to the Highveld Lions cricket team. She also enjoyed the city's abundant culture, including the Johannesburg Art Gallery, Museum Africa, and the Bernberg Fashion Museum.