Although I love living and teaching in South Korea, I often found myself thinking of the future, and other paths I can take once my year-long contract is over. One of the goals I considered, and eventually decided on, pursuing was getting my MBA! You may be wondering, is it possible to apply to graduate schools in the U.S. while you are living in Korea? The answer is a resounding yes. Both the GMAT and the GRE have testing centers around Korea, and you can also consider going to graduate school at a Korean university as well. There is also the option to take university level classes online. The combinations and options are pretty much endless. It is important to find the one that fits your schedule and needs. After considering all these options for advancing my education, I decided to try my hand at the GMAT, a test required for nearly all MBA programs in the U.S.
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