GMAT Test Centers in Spain

By | March 11, 2019

GMAT Testing Locations

We have found 2 GMAT test centres in Spain, located in Barcelona and Madrid. For specific test dates of 2019, please refer to the end of this page.

GMAT Test Centers in Spain

#1. Knowtech

KNOWTECH Training, S.L.U.
Avenida Diagonal, 188-198 5th floor.
08018 Barcelona
Spain
Phone: +34 934 860 655

Test Center Information

The testing center is located near the mall ‘Centre Comercial Glòries’.
Parking is available at the mall, first two hours are free.
KNOWTECH is on the 5th floor of one office building, there are a concierge on the desk of the building, he or she can help you if you have any questions about the facilities of the building or how can you KNOWTECH access.


#2. Pearson Professional Centers-Madrid, Spain

1st floor office B3
28 Calle Hermosilla
28001 Madrid
Spain
Phone: +34 915 775 974

Test Center Information

The Test Centre is located in Calle Hermosilla, number 28. The farthest lift on the left, first floor.
Hermosilla runs between the streets of Lagasca and Velazquez.
It is in the centre of the city and is well served by public transport.

BY BUS
Buses 21 and 53 stop in Goya, which is the street perpendicular to Lagasca and Velazquez. From Goya you can walk northwards just one block to reach Hermosilla.
Other convenient buses include numbers: 1, 9, 19, 51 and 74. These run northwards along the street of Velazquez and you should get off at the stop ‘Velazquez with Ayala’ (where the street of Ayala crosses Velazquez).
The same buses run back southwards down the street of Serrano. For the Test Centre you should get off at the stop ‘ Serrano with Hermosilla’ (where Hermosilla crosses Serrano).

BY SUBWAY
The Subway stations of Serrano and Velazquez (both are on line 4, which is coloured brown) have exists in the street of Goya. From Goya, you can walk towards the North just one block to find Hermosilla.
Parking is not available at the site; however, if you decide to come by car, there is one public parking garage at Velazquez 47 (left side of the street), between Hermosilla and Ayala, and another, one block farther, at Velazquez 27, between Goya and Jorge Juan, that charge a fee.

GMAT Exam Dates in Spain

Unlike some paper based exams, the GMAT is computer based. Therefore, there are no fixed test dates for GMAT. Wherever you are in Spain, all test centers are open from Monday through Saturday throughout the year. Some even offer the exam every day of the year.  However, some test centers are not open on Sundays and national holidays. For example, most college-based test centers might be closed for extended periods around holidays. For precise testing dates in Spain, please visit test-maker website – https://www.mba.com/.

More about Spain

  • GLOBALSCIENCELLC: Overview of arts and crafts in Spain. Also includes film, dance, music, and literature in this country.

Culture

Well-known Spanish artists are Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí . As a co-founder of Cubism , Picasso had a decisive influence on modern art. With “Don Quixote de la Mancha” the writer Miguel de Cervantes created one of the most famous figures in world literature.

The Mosque of Córdoba (around 900) with its “forest of 1000 columns” and the 14th century Alhambra in Granada as the former residence of the Moorish rulers are important architectural art of the Moors. The palace and garden culture developed there was still completely unknown in the rest of Europe. The “Sagrada Família” in Barcelona, ​​an unfinished church by Antonio Gaudi (1852-1926), is considered the high point of Spanish Art Nouveau.

Worldwide successful pop singers from Spain are Julio Iglesias (approx. 250 million records sold), his son Enrique Iglesias (approx. 180 million records sold) with »Súbeme la radio« (2017), »Duele el corazón« (2016) or » I like it “(2010) and the young Catalan singer and songwriter Rosalía with” Lo Vas A Olvidar “(2021). Flamenco, which comes from Andalusia, is also known musically. The lively songs are accompanied by guitar, dance and the typical wooden clatter of castanets.

Sociability is particularly important in everyday life for Spaniards and, above all, for young people. The bar is therefore a popular meeting place for the Spaniards. Whether in the morning for a cup of coffee, at lunchtime for tapas or at night to party, people meet up at any time of the day to meet and chat. Another, but increasingly controversial tradition is the Spanish bullfight. Here a bullfighter tries to kill the bull in the bullring. The red cloth is particularly well-known, with its rapid swiveling the bull aggressively attacks the bullfighter. Bullfights are popular in the Spanish region of Andalusia. In contrast, they are now banned in the Canary Islands because of animal cruelty, but also because of the risk of injury to the public. Check clothesbliss to see Spain Travel Guide.

The most popular Spanish public event is football. The Spanish professional league (Primera División) with the world-famous clubs and multiple Champions League winners Real Madrid and FC Barcelona is one of the strongest in the world. Both clubs have had intense rivalry on the pitch and among their fans for many decades. Their direct clash (El Clásico) is one of the most important duels in world football year after year and a worldwide sporting spectacle. Numerous top players of world football are used in the Spanish league. But the Spanish national team (Selección) is also one of the best in the world as world (2010) and multiple European champions (1964, 2008, 2012).