|Avg. GMAT Score||667||GMAT Range||610-730|
|Total Applicants||476||Acceptance Rate||48|
|Class Size||320||Avg. Work Experience||45|
|Applicant Deadlines||2019-12-01|2020-01-15|2020-03-01|2020-05-01|||Decision Dates||Rolling addmissions|
|Length of Program||20 Months||Placement Information|
The Brigham Young University added MBA program in 1961. The Brigham Young University MBA offers a series of classes, competitions, and other off-campus opportunities to help students gain hands-on learning experience in global management, investment banking, real estate development, entrepreneurship, venture capital, ethics, international human resource and marketing management, and social enterprise. Brigham Young University MBA Application Essays are as below:
Brigham Young University MBA application essays 2018-2019:
Answer each question prompt in separate responses of 100-200 words
- Why did you apply to this emphasis?
- What is it about a career in this area that appeals to you, and why?
- What personal attributes, background, or experiences do you feel will help you excel in your chosen emphasis?
Statement of intent:
The purpose of the statement of intent is to provide information which is not included in your application or academic records and which may be useful to the admissions committee. Write a carefully constructed statement of your academic preparation and goals, indicating how graduate work fits into those goals. Statements are generally 1-2 pages but may have more specific requirements by department. This statement gives the admissions committee an opportunity to learn the following:
- Your preparation and background for the program to which you are applying and the special emphasis you hope to pursue in it,
- Your academic or professional goals and reasons for your choice of career,
- Your particular academic or professional reasons for applying to Brigham Young University and the scholarly or professional contributions you expect to make to your program;
- Your expected graduate degree completion date, and
- (Optional) any special circumstances you wish the department to consider, such as whether or not you plan to attend full-time, circumstances that may have affected undergraduate academic performance, test scores, etc.
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