Fellowships and financial aid are available to qualified candidates. We encourage you to submit your application as early as possible.
We are currently accepting applications for summer 2023.
*Class entering 2020
We know that you're more than test scores. We review applications holistically, looking at all application materials together to evaluate a candidate’s preparedness.
Application Deadlines & Dates
Summer Applicant Entry
|Priority Decision||November 1||Before January 15|
|2nd Round||February 1||Before March 15|
*International students should apply by April 15
|Rolling||As applications are submitted||Rolling|
Priority Decision – Allows students to submit their applications to be considered for the maximum amount of fellowship. Acceptance of admission offer is required to secure your seat in your graduate program. This includes payment of confirmation deposit, if required.
Note: Applicants submitting applications after the November 1 deadline will be considered for fellowships based on funds available.
International Applicants – International candidates are encouraged to apply before April 15 to allow time for visa paperwork and processing.
Candidate Interview – An interview is not required but may be scheduled for applicants from whom our admissions team need more information. These interviews are usually scheduled via Zoom or Skype and may last up to 30 minutes.
We will review applications for admission with unofficial transcripts and score reports. Official copies of transcripts and test scores are required at the time enrollment is confirmed.
For All Applicants
- Online application form ($125 application fee)
- One essay
- One letter of recommendation
- Undergraduate transcript/s from an accredited university
- GMAT score report or GRE score report
- GMAT reporting code: xvc-sg-55
- GRE reporting code: 6197
Applicants are eligible for up to 9 credit hours of transfer credit for previously completed, relevant coursework in finance, accounting, or financial communications. Applicants interested in transfer credit should hold a bachelor’s degree in finance (or a related field) from an accredited institution* where the primary language of instruction was English. To determine if you qualify, complete your application for admission and submit the appropriate course syllabi to Pamela Phillips.
*AACSB, EQUIS, or AMBA
For International Applicants
- TOEFL/IELTS/PTE/Duolingo Score Report
- Affidavit of Support and financial documentation certifying funds
- A course by course transcript evaluation if educated outside of the United States.
- Preferred Evaluators
- Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE)
- Educational Perspectives
- One Earth Evaluators
- World Education Services (WES)
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Attend a virtual or in-person admission event to learn more about our programs or the application process. You will have a chance to ask questions to members of our admissions team during these events.
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