The Wisconsin-Madison MBA is well respected and renowned globally and offers the significant advantages of a soundly established and continually evolving MBA program in a research oriented management institution.
Application Deadlines Fall 2016
Round 1: November 2, 2015
Round 2: January 4, 2016(Merit based aid priority consideration deadline)
Round 3:March 1, 2016
Round 4:April 11, 2016(final deadline for international candidate)
Application components :
Application Fee :
$ 62 for international student.
GMAT / GRE :
A Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) score is preferred and should be taken within five years of the term for which you are applying. Students need to direct the testing service to forward your test results to the University of Wisconsin–Madison (institution code : 79K-2S-72). The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) will also be accepted. Institution Code : 1846.
Applicants whose native language is not English or whose undergraduate instruction was not in
English must complete either the Internet-based (100 or higher) or paper-based (600 or higher)
. The test must be taken within two years of your intended start term. Please direct the Educational Testing Service to forward your test results to the University of Wisconsin-Madison (institution code: 1846).
Work experience :
A minimum of two years of post-undergraduate professional work experience is required. Exceptional candidates with limited professional work experience may be
Letters of recommendation :
1 Recommendation is required( 2nd recommendation is optional)
A bachelor’s degree from an approved (accredited) institution. International
applicants must have a degree comparable to an approved U.S. bachelor’s degree. You are able
to submit your application with unofficial transcripts but certified copies of transcripts from the institution where the degree was conferred, are required for all admitted students.
ESSAY QUESTION #1
Please explain why you are
interested in the Wisconsin MBA, and specifically how the career
specialization you are applying to will help you achieve your short-term career goals and
impact your long-term career goals.
ESSAY QUESTION #2 (OPTIONAL)
This essay allows you to communicate additional information about yourself that is not
represented in the application which you feel would benefit the admissions committee before
making their decision. This may include, and is not limited to, leadership opportunities at work
or in your community or special interests that may demonstrate professional qualities you would
bring to the program or work environment.
You may also use this essay to share with us clarifying information that may help us better
understand who you are as a candidate, which is not limited to gaps in employment, undergraduate academic record, professional progression.
Class profile :
Enrollment : 99
Average GMAT : 668
Average years of work experience : 5.5
Average age : 29
International students : 20 %