Written by: Alison Hope Jesse, Senior Associate Director, MBA Admissions, Kenan-Flagler Business School, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Paying for your MBA—what is your plan?
Written by: Marisa Cox, Director, MBA Admissions, Eller College of Management, University of Arizona
You’ve labored over the essays, polished your resume, taken the GMAT, rounded up transcripts and letters of recommendation, and now you may be wondering, “What is happening to my application?”
Most schools use an online application system that allows you to provide background information and upload essays, resumes, and in some cases letters of recommendation and transcripts. These online applications then need to be downloaded on the school side and matched with GMAT and TOEFL scores. The “completing” of your file, which leads to a hard copy or electronic file review by an admissions staff and committee, is what you can expect is happening on the school’s end after you’ve sent in your application.