Where Talent Meets
GLOBAL FULL-TIME MBA GO.GWU.EDU/GMBA
The World Calls Them
DIGNITARIES. WE CALL THEM
At the GW School of Business (GWSB), we stand at the nexus of the world’s political and economic powers. Our location is one of our greatest assets in both making business leaders and making history.
IN THE CITY WHERE DECISIONS ARE MADE THAT CHANGE THE LIVES OF MILLIONS WORLDWIDE, our students not only get a front-row seat to witness—and experience—how business is conducted on the world stage, but also have a hand in making those critical business and policy decisions. Whether it’s in the future leaders we educate or in the present ones we bring to campus, GWSB possesses unparalleled opportunities to make a major, immediate impact upon the world. Here you will learn the core competencies and hard skills needed in the business world. Unlike any other institution, you also have the rare opportunity to learn from those whom the rest of the world refers to as dignitaries. You will gain access to Nobel laureates and senators, and receive advice from Federal Reserve officials and foreign heads of state. With established relationships within the IMF, World Bank, and State and Treasury Departments (all located just blocks away), you will learn firsthand how the bottom line intersects with the big picture of international affairs, finance, sustainability, ethics, and corporate responsibility—often all at once. In short, extraordinary people come here to teach, enlighten, and inspire, and this extraordinary access provides you with insight into the inner workings of institutions most never see and perspectives that are changing the very way the entire world views business. Our global presence, along with customized programs designed specifically to meet your needs, will enable you to pursue practical, insightful expertise from an enviable vantage point, not to mention gain a foothold in, say, Brazilian, Chinese, and sub-Saharan African business. At the GW School of Business, we pioneer research. We influence global economic policy. We shape society. We drive progress. GWSB is the ideal setting for the next generation of international leaders, and our Global MBA offers you the chance to make some history of your own.
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Hannes Hoeltge Global MBA May 2015 HOMETOWN
Erftstadt, Germany U N D E R G R A D U AT E UNIVERSITY & MAJOR
Coastal Carolina University, Business Administration Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, International Management M B A C O N C E N T R AT I O N
Sports Management MBA INTERNSHIP
4POINT4 C O N S U LT I N G ABROAD PROJECT
“The highlight of my GW MBA experience was the short-term study abroad trip to the Sochi Winter Olympics. Not only did we cover the theoretic side of the Games, but we were able to meet with sponsors, organizers, athletes, media, and
many more stakeholders
S H O R T-T E R M ABROAD PROGRAM
to get a holistic view of
Sochi Winter Olympics POST MBA-CAREER
Commercial and Marketing Manager, International Paralympic Committee
the business side of the Olympic Games.”
While Washington’s claim to fame may be as the seat of power, the city is building quite a reputation for its incredible momentum. According to the census, DC is growing faster than any state in the union. Moreover, the District also boasts the nation’s strongest—and fastest growing—local economy, the most educated populace, and the lowest unemployment rate.
DC open For business
Superlatives abound in this city like monuments. And it’s no surprise, really. What was once regarded as a relatively sleepy town is now a hotbed for dynamic entrepreneurship, arts and culture, fine dining, and the legions of ambitious young people who are driving it all forward. In fact, DC is an amazing place to not just learn about business, but also conduct it. But don’t just take our word for it. Consider the facts: #1 region in the country for fastest growing private companies (POUCOM)
DC has the strongest economy in the United States (InTheCapital)
Ranked #1 new tech hot spot (Forbes)
#1 city in the country for producing and attracting business founders
Ranked #3 for female entrepreneurs in the country Washington is the #2 real estate investment market in the United States (Urban Land Institute)
DC is ranked #2 Coolest City in the country (Forbes)
The nation’s capital has always been a place where life-changing decisions are made. Now, with a bevy of the nation’s best human capital and a cosmopolitan vibe offering countless outlets for growth, opportunity, culture, history, recreation, sports, and nightlife, DC is where even more people are coming to make their future. SOURCE: www.dcchamber.org/our-city
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THE GLOBAL Over the course of the next 21 months, you will come face-toface with top global business and political leadership, engage in intensive experiential learning, collaborate with world-renowned professors, consult for international businesses, and choose from more than 15 areas of specialty. More importantly, incoming students will experience a new Global MBA core curriculum directly based on the results of our comprehensive, rigorous research with leading employers and corporate partners, recruiters, international business scholars, alumni, and current students. Ultimately, you will reap the benefits of a program shaped to make you more nimble and maximize your potential in an ever-competitive job market. All in all, GWSBâ€™s no-nonsense, high-octane environment will provide you the necessary preparation for not only successfully navigating the business world, but also moving into its front ranks.
MBA PROGRAM: AN OVERVIEW HERE IS WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM THE GLOBAL MBA FROM DAY ONE: INSTITUTE: All students will take part in this orientation where they will compete in a case competition, take their first MBA class, brush up on their quantitative skills in a series of workshops, and gain an introduction into the rigor of the MBA classroom. Additionally, you will experience firsthand why GW’s strategic location in Washington, DC, is an asset to the program. CORE CURRICULUM: GW’s core curriculum offers you a foundation for understanding how a business or organization operates from the ground up. Through the core, students will complete 31.5 credits of classes focusing on topics including finance, marketing, accounting, operations, strategy, and international business that now feature the following enhancements: Delve Into Strategy: Internships are essential to be competitive in the career recruitment process. Since many companies begin recruiting potential interns early in the first semester, students will take a new Strategic Fundamentals course to better prepare them for interviews. A Reduced Core: With GWSB offering more than 200 electives each year, our students wanted to take advantage of the wide range of options available. To best prepare you for your next career move, the new curriculum reduces core requirements and frees up space within your MBA to customize your degree through concentrations and certificates. You can take it even further by experiencing courses across GW’s 10 graduate schools or by completing one of six joint degrees.
Customize Your MBA: The curriculum includes a wide variety of concentrations and certificates. You’ll be able to complete up to two specialized concentrations (for example: Consulting with Global Management) that will appear on your transcript, or simply remain a generalist if you choose. Consulting Abroad Program: During the spring semester of the first year, students will consult for an international organization during a nine-week Consulting Abroad Program. The first seven weeks will be spent in DC, consulting remotely for an internationally based client. After finals are completed in May, students travel to the country for two weeks to present their final deliverables and consulting recommendations to the organization.
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There is no one path
TO SUCCESS Choose the one thatâ€™s
Right for you
While there is no one path leading to a successful business career, following your own is the surest way to achieve your personal career goals. With this in mind, the Global MBA offers an extensive array of electives and concentrations, empowering you to pursue areas of specialization that match your interests and increase your marketability. You can choose from more than 200 classes throughout the School of Business and even more across the university. With your 24 credits of electives, you can customize your business curriculum to specialize in up to two separate areas and apply them to concentrations, certificates, and even joint degrees. Furthermore, this ability to pinpoint your interests greatly enhances your opportunities to acquire the kinds of topflight internships that provide you with vital practical experienceâ€”and regularly lead to a job after graduation.
Certificate in Responsible Management
Certificate in Nonprofit Management
Certificate in Walkable Urban Real Estate Development
Certificate in Business Analytics
Certificate in Project Management
Certificate in Sustainable Tourism Management
CONCENTRATIONS Accounting & Advisory Services Consulting
Certified Sports Administrator (CSA) Certificate Certificate in Event Management
JOINT-DEGREE OPTIONS Information Systems & Technology Management
Marketing Communications & Digital Marketing
Sports Philanthropy Executive Certificate
Tourism & Hospitality Management
Juris Doctor with the Law School
MS in Government Contracts
MA with the Elliott School of International Affairs
MS in Information Systems Technology
MS in Finance
MS in Project Management
BECAUSE WE CAN ALL USE A
YEAR ONE INSTITUTE
P L AT F O R M K N O W L E D GE , SK I L L S, & AB I L I TI E S
Career Planning Sessions Quantitative Bootcamp Business Communications Workshop Strategy Fundamentals (concludes with case competition) FALL
F UN CT I O N AL AR E AS
Microeconomics for the Global Economy
CRO SS-F U N CTI O N AL & I N TE RD I SCI P L INA RY ISSUES
Operations Management Consulting Abroad Practicum (CAP)
Organizations & Human Capital
Business Ethics & Public Policy
Decision Making & Data Analysis
GLOBAL MBA CURRICULUM
BUSINESS PLAN SUMMER
YEAR TWO FALL
E L E CTI V E S
E L E CTI V E S
Strategic Formulation & Implementation
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MBA THAT LIVES UP TO ITS NAME
International business experience is no longer an added asset; it’s an utter necessity. In the Global MBA, we live up to our name. By the time you graduate, you will already be embedded into the global economy with a slate of international experience and contacts. Our Consulting Abroad Program, along with several other initiatives, provides you with a wealth of opportunities to add global business experience to your résumé. In the end, the Global MBA ensures that you will be able to test all of the skills you learn in the classroom in an environment where it counts. After all, international strategic analysis, the power of collaboration, and the global intersection of business don’t exist in a vacuum. When we say we’re going to help you make your mark on the world, we mean it. Fact: 100% of our students graduate with international experience.
CONSULTING ABROAD PROGRAM (CAP)
Students consult in teams for companies around the world over the course of the spring semester in a hands-on, real-time environment.
TURKEY Leveraging skills in marketing, finance, strategy, and general management for clients in the financial services industry in a high-growth, dynamic economy.
You will be responsible for executing a deliverable and addressing a critical need of the client while building a relationship and increasing your own understanding of business practices in the market. The CAP program will enable you to have a real impact on the business practice of a particular company and expand your knowledge of global economies.
Focusing on the nanotechnology sector, students work with a leading R&D firm specialized in nanotechnology and commercialization of various nano materials.
ARGENTINA Working with an Argentinean bank to implement new services for the banking industry and innovate transaction and financing instruments.
VIETNAM SOUTH AFRICA Collaborating on four distinct projects for two clients that support venture capitalism and mobile banking.
Consulting with three Vietnamese corporations in three different industries: succession planning, construction, and agricultural exports.
PREVIOUS LOCATIONS AND PROJECTS ACCRA, GHANA Export and Investment Strategy and International Strategy BELGRADE, SERBIA International Marketing for Agribusiness H O C H I M I N H C I T Y, V I E T N A M Outsourcing and Joint Ventures, and Financial Markets I S TA N B U L , T U R K E Y Finance, Human Resources, and Marketing Projects with Ford Otosan and Healthcare Marketing Strategy
INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE LOCATIONS PARTNER INSTITUTIONS: During their second year, Global MBA students may opt for a full semester abroad with one of our partner institutions listed here: American University in Cairo Cairo, Egypt
European Business School Wiesbaden, Germany
Korea University Seoul, South Korea
Audencia School of Management Nantes, France
Fudan University Shanghai, China
Nanyang Business School Singapore, Singapore
Grenoble Ecole de Management Grenoble, France
National Chengchi University Taipei, Taiwan
Bocconi University Milan, Italy
LIMA, PERU The Impact of Non-Market Actors
Copenhagen Business School Copenhagen, Denmark
M E X I C O C I T Y, M E X I C O Microfinance
EDHEC Lille & Nice, France
Instituto Panamericano de Alta Dirección de Empresa (IPADE) Mexico City, Mexico Koç University Istanbul, Turkey
MUMBAI, INDIA International Marketing and Strategy and Expanding Global Research and Analytics
ESSEC Cergy-Pontoise/Paris, France
R I O D E JA N E I R O, B R A Z I L Organization and Marketing of 2016 Olympic Games
SHORT-TERM ABROAD PROGRAMS
S A N TA R É M , B R A Z I L Sustainable Business Solutions in the Brazilian Amazonia STOCKHOLM/VÄSTERÅS, SWEDEN Clean Technology & Marketing Strategy SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA Business and Public Policy
In addition to full semester programs, short-term study abroad opportunities ranging from as short as five days to as long as six weeks are available and led by GW faculty or in coordination with our international partner universities. We offered more than 30 in the past year alone. All courses are taught in English.
Tel Aviv University Tel Aviv, Israel Universiteit Maastricht Maastricht, The Netherlands University of St. Gallen St. Gallen, Switzerland
U.S. News & World Report 2015 ranked GWSB’s international business program among the nation’s top.
Bloomberg BusinessWeek ranks GW’s full-time MBA program #40 in the nation.
William Moss Global MBA May 2016
â€œPlain and simple, I chose GW because of its stellar reputation and because of the global focus that the GMBA holds at its core. The global mindset was extremely attractive to me as was the ability
Fredericksburg, VA U N D E R G R A D U AT E UNIVERSITY & MAJOR
Hampden-Sydney College, History, Minor in Military Leadership and National Security Studies PREVIOUS JOB
Special Assistant to the President, Director of Social and Mobile Media, Hampden-Sydney College M B A C O N C E N T R AT I O N
to concentrate in sports
The Washington Kastles Operations Coordinator C O N S U LT I N G ABROAD PROJECT
Rwanda POST MBA-CAREER
The Washington Kastles Manager, Business Development
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GREAT MINDS DON’T COME FROM JUST
ANYWHERE. THAT’S WHY
WE DRAW THEM FROM
The students who come to GW are as diverse as they are remarkable: Whether you’re sitting next to a talented mid-level manager, combat veteran, budding entrepreneur, or promising nonprofit leader, you’ll soon discover that the broad composition of your classes will enhance discussion, facilitate partnerships, challenge your beliefs, and spur entirely novel ideas and approaches to solving problems. Many come from traditional avenues of economics and business. But you will be surprised by how many of your Global MBA classmates hail from the humanities, engineering, social sciences, information technology fields, and more—not to mention the differences in age, gender, culture, and professional background. In fact, nearly half of the class consists of international students from more than 20 countries.
GLOBAL MBA NUMBER ENROLLED:
A P P L I C AT I O N S R E C E I V E D :
S E L E C T I V I T Y:
I N T E R N AT I O N A L :
U. S . M I L I TA R Y / V E T E R A N :
Mean GMAT Undergraduate GPA (4.0 scale) Work Experience Age * As of July 8, 2016
54+24+1543A 34+30+22113A I N T E R N AT I O N A L REGIONAL DISTRIBUTION
U N D E R G R A D UAT E BACKGROUNDS
• South Asia...................................................54% • East Asia......................................................24% • Africa and Middle East..............................15% • Latin America and the Caribbean............5% • Western and Eastern Europe....................2%
• Social Sciences/Humanities......................34% • Business/Accounting/Finance..................30% • Engineering/Computer Science..............22% • Economics..................................................11% • Math/Science..............................................3%
Mid 80% Range
646 570–710 3.3 2.7–3.8 5 years
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SELECTION OF EMPLOYERS OF RECENT GLOBAL MBA GRADUATES H I R I N G O R G A N I Z AT I O N S
Henry Schein, Inc.*
Infosys Public Services
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Bank of America
Booz Allen Hamilton
Lakeshore Learning Materials
Berkeley Research Group
Library of Congress
BIO - Biotechnology Industry Organization*
CEB (Corporate Executive Board)
CapStar Commercial Realty* Pfizer
Center for Strategic and International Studies*
Cisco* Cognizant CVS Health
We are acutely aware that our students are not simply here for an academic credential but also a professional degree that will serve them well in the real world. And serve them well, indeed: GWSB students go on to exciting, fruitful careers in the upper echelons of everything from consulting, finance, and industry to government and nonprofit management and more. Given the select opportunities to network both within the school and throughout the DC area, GWâ€™s Global MBA students uncover a path that promises professional fulfillmentâ€”and fulfills professional promise.
Deloitte* Deutsche Bank Edgewater Ranzal* EMC ENC Strategy Fiat Chrysler Automobiles General Electric
RLR Consultants, LLC* Solarcity Summit Consulting, LLC UBS UnitedHealthcare Visa, Inc.*
Defense Health Agency
Groupe Nduom* Homestrings* HSBC* Hulu Little Friends for Peace* Pelonkey*
Royal Sprinter Siemens North America*
Strategic Development Group
The Estee Lauder Companies*
Environmental Defense Fund*
Wendroff & Associates*
Essilor of America* Fibratex CIA LTDA*
* international hires
Gilbarco Veeder-Root (Danaher)*
Ford Motor Company
US Export Import Bank USAID/PHI - Global Health Fellows Program Visa, Inc.* Washington Kastles
F. DAVID FOWLER CAREER CENTER Starting with virtual career advising appointments and online instruction throughout the summer and proceeding to in-person consultations, the F. David Fowler Career Center will assist you in developing your network and preparing you with lifelong career management skills. BASE SALARY FOR ACCEPTED POSITIONS • U.S. Citizens/Permanent Residents • Foreign Nationals • Total Graduates
GRADUATING CLASS OF 2016 MEAN SALARY BY FUNCTION • General Management......... $111,750 • Marketing/Sales.................... $98,667 • Consulting.............................. $99,950 • Finance/Accounting............ $86,300
38+16+131293A A C C E P TA N C E S B Y F U N C T I O N • Consulting.............................. 38% • Finance/Accounting............ 16% • Marketing/Sales.................... 13% • General Management......... 12% • Operations/Logistics........... 9% • Other....................................... 9% • Human Resources................ 3%
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IF YOU THINK
ENRICH LIFE AT GW,
WAIT until YOU SEE WHAT THEY DO ONCE YOU’VE GRADUATED. We know that career building does not happen entirely in the classroom. That’s why we offer you ample time to establish the kinds of ties that lead to both new friendships and new opportunities. In fact, classes are purposely held primarily Monday through Wednesday, so you have Thursday, Friday, and the weekend to network, mentor, hone your leadership skills, pursue professional prospects, and socialize. There’s no better place to start than on campus.
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS Achieve In Africa
International Business Society
Africa Business Association
Black MBA Association
MBA Women International
Business Gives Back
National Association of Asian MBAs
With numerous student organizations to choose from, not to mention business activities and competitions, community service initiatives, lectures, and events, the GW School of Business offers you a lively, dynamic environment to acquire the kind of experience you won’t gain from a textbook. Plus, you’ll discover countless visits from leading luminaries: everything and everyone from Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor discussing her new memoir and World Bank President Jim Yong Kim and IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde giving talks before the IMF spring meetings (held right on campus) to the Clinton Global Initiative, which featured President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Madeline Albright, among others, urging students to make commitments to action that could change the course of history.
National Association of Women MBAs
Finance and Investments Club
Out for Business (LGBT)
Financial Literacy Program
Real Estate Investment & Development Organization
With activities from every conceivable interest and angle (and a fully-loaded fitness center to boot), you’ll find yourself constantly on the move, as well as getting ahead.
Innovation & Entrepreneurship Club
Graduate Finance Society Green GW GW Not For Profit GW Veterans GWSB Follies Hispanic MBA Student Association
Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Sports Business Association Tech4Business TEDxFoggyBottom Women in Business
IF YOU THINK IT’S A
SMALL WORLD NOW, WAIT UNTIL YOU TAP INTO
INTERNATIONAL ALUMNI NETWORKS GW Alumni Networks are active in the following international locations:
While we could list our illustrious GWSB alumni (former Secretary of State Colin Powell, former Samsung CEO Kun-Hee Lee, et cetera) or talk at length about the more than 275,000 GW alumni located in nearly every nation on earth, it’s much more helpful to you if we show just some of the many ways in which our Global MBA students can tap into the School of Business’s alumni community. After all, having an extensive and illustrious alumni network means nothing if our students cannot connect to it.
Republic of Korea
No matter how high they may ascend, members of our community are committed to supporting one another after graduation. That’s why so many within this vast network return to campus to guest lecture, visit classrooms, sit on panel discussions, and judge business plan case competitions. Top executives and employers know what they can expect from GWSB graduates—because they themselves experienced every bit of rigor within the Global MBA.
United Arab Emirates
MIDDLE EAST Egypt
Greece Italy United Kingdom GW Global MBA Program | 19
YOU’RE NOT THE ONLY ONE
WISELY INVESTING IN YOUR EDUCATION MERIT-BASED SCHOLARSHIPS We understand just how significant an investment in an MBA is, both in time and money. That is why we make a significant investment in our students. We are excited to offer merit scholarships ranging anywhere from $10,000 to full tuition to assist deserving students in earning a GWSB degree. Assembling the most talented class possible is not only a long lasting return-on-investment for you, but for everyone else as well. We cannot emphasize enough that these awards are completely merit-based and dependent on your academic profile, professional experience, and standardized test scores.
• Forté Fellowships (Female Students) • Asher MBA Legacy Scholarship Fund
• Oliver T. Carr Scholarship (Real Estate focus)
• Mike Curzan Global MBA Fellowship
• Julius Fleischman Scholarship (Real Estate focus)
• di Galoma MBA Legacy Fellowship
• Marvin L. Kay Fellowship (Finance focus)
• The Carruthers Family MBA Scholarship
• Philip P. Friedlander Fellowship (Entrepreneurship focus)
• Goodwin Foundation Scholarship • Rita Keller Endowment (International Business focus)
• ROMBA (Reaching Out MBA)
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR U.S. STUDENTS • AmeriCorps Segal Award • City Year-Give a Year Partnership • Education Pioneers Scholarship • National Black MBA Association DC Chapter Scholarship
• National Society of Hispanic MBAs Scholarship • Teach for America Fellowship • Yellow Ribbon Program • Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows Program
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS All applications—both domestic and international—are considered for merit-based scholarships. No separate application is required.
• COLFUTURO GW Loan-Scholarship Program (Colombian citizens)
• Hyundai Scholarships (Korean or U.S. citizens)
• FIDERH/Banco de México Scholarship (Mexican citizens)
• Poncelet Scholarships (European citizens)
Please check our website to learn more: go.gwu.edu/tuition
• FUNED Fellowship (Mexican citizens) • Kaplan Test Prep International (Students residing outside of the U.S. and Canada)
• Daewoo Scholarship (Vietnamese and Chinese citizens)
Morgan Marshall Global MBA May 2015
“I knew in pursuing my MBA that I wanted to gain business acumen, and I wanted to learn how to apply business for social good. The GW MBA resonated with me and provided exactly what I was looking for.”
Atlanta, GA U N D E R G R A D U AT E UNIVERSITY & MAJOR
Yale University, Sociology & Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies PREVIOUS JOB
IQ Solutions, Inc. M B A C O N C E N T R AT I O N
Global Management MBA INTERNSHIP
Hewlett-Packard HR Management C O N S U LT I N G ABROAD PROJECT
India S H O R T-T E R M ABROAD PROGRAM
Brazil POST MBA-CAREER
Hewlett-Packard HR Management Associate
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ONE DIRECTION FOR YOUR NEXT STEP:
As you’ve discovered, our Global MBA is all about global leadership, ethics, unparalleled access, experiential learning, and an intensive business foundation that will help you make your mark on the world. The next step is for you to visit. This is truly the best way to experience the GW School of Business as we pursue history in the making.
VISIT PROGRAM Our Visit Program offers you the opportunity to sit in on a class and connect with current students as well as an admissions representative. Visits are available during the fall and spring semesters. Classes meet Monday through Thursday in the morning and afternoon. To schedule a visit for the Global MBA, please send requests to email@example.com with a copy of your résumé. Please include your availability as well as your areas of academic and industry interest. I N F O R M AT I O N S E S S I O N S We offer a variety of evening, Saturday, and online information sessions for all of our MBA programs. Tour the School of Business, learn about our MBA program and admissions requirements, and meet staff, current students, and alumni. AROUND THE WORLD We often travel around the world, literally, to meet you in your hometown. Please check business.gwu.edu for a list of cities we’ll be traveling to this year. Meet us at one of the many MBA Fairs we participate in, or schedule an informational interview while we are visiting. C O N TA C T I N F O firstname.lastname@example.org | 202-994-1212
ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS • Official GMAT or GRE score • TOEFL, IELTS or PTE Academic Score (international applicants) • Official transcripts from all colleges/ universities where 12 credit hours or more of coursework was taken
• Résumé • Two letters of recommendation • Two essays • Interview (by invitation only) • Online application with $75 nonrefundable application fee
FA L L 2 0 1 6 A P P L I C AT I O N D E A D L I N E S APPLICATION DEADLINE
9/12/16 10/7/16 10/17/16 12/9/16 1/4/17 2/24/17 3/13/17* 4/21/17 5/1/17 5/26/17 * Final deadline for students requesting F-1 Visa GW Global MBA Program | 23
The George Washington University School of Business Graduate Admissions 2201 G Street, NW, Suite 550 Washington, DC 20052 email@example.com | 202-994-1212 go.gwu.edu/gmba
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