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Be considered for multiple programs at Kellogg...

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Hi, since Kellogg offers more than one neat way to earn an MBA, (ie MMM, 2-year, 1-year), is it feasible to be considered for more than one program with your application?

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New post 24 Aug 2014, 10:56
Yes and no, when you apply for the MMM program you are effectively applying for the 2Y program as well but for the most part your application and your interest should be focused around one program type. This is also a key way to showcase your focus in your career trajectory and how best the Kellogg MBA help you reach your goal. The program do offer different experiences particularly the 1Y program so make sure you focus on what makes the most sense for you and your career
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New post 25 Aug 2014, 17:52
I had a similar question since I was debating MMM vs 2Y. I spoke with someone from Kellogg admissions about MMM and she said that if you're denied admission to MMM you're not considered for the regular 2Y program. I asked if either was harder and she said that the % acceptance across all of their programs is roughly the same and she doesn't keep tabs on the quality of candidates for each program but it's entirely possible that someone denied MMM could have been accepted for the 2Y and vice versa. I think it's mostly about career goals and fit. I didn't specifically ask if you can apply to two in one year but I'm assuming it's a no (probably on the website somewhere) and would just show that I don't know what I really want. Good luck!

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How about being considered for full time and part time? I am a local applicant and I'm wondering if they don;t have a spot for me in the full time if they would offer a spot in the part time program?

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Pottsmi!,

No, you can only be considered for either the FT or PT program in one application cycle. In fact, I believe the there are separate admissions teams in different locations (Evanston vs Chicago)
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Thanks! Since there are multiple start dates for part time, how soon could one apply for part time if full is a no go?

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Pottsmi1 wrote:
Thanks! Since there are multiple start dates for part time, how soon could one apply for part time if full is a no go?

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For quarter admission of Evening Spring Quarter 2015, the Application Deadline Friday,December 12,2014. So I suggest to apply at the earliest

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