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10 Feb 2010, 18:38
LetsGoMets wrote:

CMU was free with an email from them, Duke was 50 if you went to their event (free if you had a fuqua alum recommend you or are a Duke student/alum).

I didnt realize alums got the application fee waived--I am torn on wanting to move back to NC though.

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03 Mar 2010, 08:43
Cranfield SOM, Lancaster and also Mancester do not charge an application fee.

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05 Oct 2010, 11:00
I got a fee waiver email from Vandy. I am not sure why.
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06 Oct 2010, 06:52
dcdevil wrote:
LetsGoMets wrote:

CMU was free with an email from them, Duke was 50 if you went to their event (free if you had a fuqua alum recommend you or are a Duke student/alum).

I didnt realize alums got the application fee waived--I am torn on wanting to move back to NC though.

I didn't realize that either! I don't think I'll end up applying to Duke though, I keep hearing folks say reach out for a different network. Durham has changed a fair amount (for the better) since my days...
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06 Oct 2010, 14:01
Vanderbilt put up their MBA app too late, so for the first two rounds they are also waiving their \$125 fee. I'm stoked.

UC Irvine also waived my fee when I signed up for it at the QS World MBA Tour booth. Pretty awesome.

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07 Nov 2013, 08:25
Any new addition to this list?

Particularly for the european schools.. any chances of a waiver ?

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07 Nov 2013, 12:33
Notre Dame waives for a lot of reasons

Duke/UNC/and a number of others waive for veterans

I have yet to find a european school that waives unless you are active duty military or an undergrad alum

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08 Jan 2016, 05:16
Heres a list of b-schools - all based on GMAT score. You need to write to the school
1. Kenan-Flagler
2. Vanderbilt
3. Olin (free irrespective of score)
4. Carlson
5. Simon
6. Mendoza
7. Broad - free if you attend oncampus events/ webinars.

My view is dont pick a college because the application is free, but if you like a college, do check if you can save ~100\$ on an app. Buy yourself some beer with the saved cash once you submit!

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08 Jan 2016, 08:01
Duke Fuqua waives the app fee if you attend their info session.

Stern has a lucky draw at each of their info sessions, where 3 lucky candidates have their app fees waived off.

Yale SOM has a sliding fee scale based on your annual income.

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09 Feb 2016, 01:38
burgeoning wrote:
Heres a list of b-schools - all based on GMAT score. You need to write to the school
1. Kenan-Flagler
2. Vanderbilt
3. Olin (free irrespective of score)
4. Carlson
5. Simon
6. Mendoza
7. Broad - free if you attend oncampus events/ webinars.

My view is dont pick a college because the application is free, but if you like a college, do check if you can save ~100\$ on an app. Buy yourself some beer with the saved cash once you submit!

To add, SMU-COX does not charge an application fee

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07 Nov 2017, 01:31
Hello. I know that the London School of Economic and Political Science is waiving the application fee. They say, that only if you cannot pay the application fee you can ask for a waiver to be considered by the department. If you write a waiver statement you can get a free waiver but they are only for applicants with poor incomes, usually from developing countries. Anyway, I hope my comment was useful, good luck!

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