Posts Tagged ‘deferred enrollment’

Wharton Expands Early Admissions Program to Non-Penn Students

By - Oct 4, 06:30 AM   Comments [0]

Students who are not currently studying at the University of Pennsylvania will now be eligible for Wharton School’s deferred admissions program, MBA Advance Access Program. The MBA Advance Access Program joins University of Pennsylvania’s Moelis Advance Access Program for University of Pennsylvania undergrads and the MBA...

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MIT Sloan Early Admission Initiative Announced

By - Jan 28, 06:00 AM   Comments [0]

According to MIT’s website, the Sloan School of Management MBA Early Admission program is now accepting applications from enrolled students who will complete their bachelor’s or first degree by July 2019. Applicants who are admitted to the program are required to work for 2-5 years...

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Top MBA Programs That Defer

By - Jan 1, 06:00 AM   Comments [0]

Most U.S. MBA programs will allow students to defer acceptance (push off starting the program for a year) for U.S. military deployment, illness, or illness of a loved one for whom the candidate is the sole or a major caregiver (you will need proof of...

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Top MBA Programs that Defer

By - Dec 3, 12:06 PM   Comments [0]

Most U.S. MBA programs will allow students to defer acceptance (push off starting the program for a year) for U.S. military deployment, illness, or illness of a loved one for whom the candidate is the sole or a major caregiver (you will need proof of...

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When to Give Up Your Acceptance in Hopes for “Greener” Pastures

By - Feb 16, 16:42 PM   Comments [0]

Scenario: You get accepted to an excellent MBA program. You’re happy…but…you can’t help thinking that maybe you could’ve done “better.” Should you turn down your acceptance (whether it’s an early decision acceptance or regular) in hopes that the school that waitlisted you ends up accepting...

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Kelley School Will Hold MBA Spot for Returning Military Personnel

By - Jul 13, 11:03 AM   Comments [0]

Military personnel want to be as marketable as possible to best succeed in their post-service careers, but many find that they need to further their education before entering the private sector. Now, through a novel partnership, undergraduate ROTC members can earn their acceptance into a...

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