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American University (Kogod) MBA Admission Details and Applications Essays 2021-22

Here is a snapshot of the vital information for the applicants

ESSAY QUESTIONS

Supplemental Essay (essay length of approximately 500-750 words.)



In lieu of a GMAT/GRE test score, please share details of your academic readiness for the quantitative rigor of a graduate business program.

In your essay, consider sharing your success in any of the following areas

  • Previous undergraduate coursework/degree (mathematics, calculus, economics, statistics, accounting, finance, etc.)
  • Work experience requiring analytical and quantitative skills (research, data projects, budgets, software, etc.)
  • Professional certifications (CPA, CFA, PMP, etc.) and/or an advanced degree, or
  • Other examples from personal experiences (programming language utilization, hobbies, etc.).

Personal Statement/Essay


In your personal statement essay, help us to understand your decision to pursue a graduate degree or certificate at the Kogod School of Business. Additionally, please answer each of the following questions about your professional goals (certifications or professional credentials you intend to pursue, positions you would like to hold, and/or organizations and companies you would like to target for internships or employment).

  • What short-term goals do you intend to achieve one (1) to five (5) years AFTER completing your graduate degree or certificate?
  • What long-term goals do you intend to achieve five (5) to ten or more (10+) years AFTER completing your graduate degree or certificate?

– APPLICATION DEADLINES -

ROUND DEADLINE
Round 1 November 15, 2021
Round 2
(Priority Scholarship Consideration)
January 15, 2022
Round 3
(International Student Deadline)
March 15, 2022
Round 4 May 15, 2022
Final July 1, 2022

PROGRAM STATISTICS

Data not available

Current Class Size

44%

Female Students

56%

Male Students

37%

International Students

4.7 Years

Average Work Experience

Data not available

Average GMAT

3.16

Average GPA

$88,788

Total Tuition Fee

$100

Application Fee

Required

Resume

Yes

TOEFL Requirement

Data not available

School Based Loan

Need based as well as profile based

Scholarships/GA Opportunities

AU Kogod Essays Writing and Editing Support


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Roli Shukla, BYU

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