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To reapply, you must complete a new online application including submission of all required supporting documents. You may submit your new application prior to any application deadline. You are welcome to register the same recommender you used in your prior application, or you may choose a new recommender. In the first required essay, in addition to outlining your career goals, we encourage you to specifically discuss your professional and academic accomplishments since your last application. We are happy to provide re-applicants with an application fee waiver. Please contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org prior to reapplying to request a waiver.
The Kelley School’s full-time MBA curriculum is academically rigorous. We typically require the GMAT or GRE as one demonstration of quantitative and analytic capability. Candidates may apply for a waiver of this requirement and submit other evidence of their academic potential. In evaluating waiver requests, we will focus on strong academic achievement in prior undergraduate and graduate degree programs, with particular attention to successful completion of quantitative and analytic coursework. Holding CPA or CFA certification (or their international equivalents) can also serve to demonstrate academic potential.
To request a GMAT/GRE waiver, you must complete the following two steps:
Deadlines for submission of waiver requests:
You will receive a response to your request within one week of submission.
We require students to have the equivalent of a U.S. bachelor's degree, which usually follows 16 years of education. Students educated in India are expected to complete the Part 1 exams of a university master's degree following a 3-year bachelor's degree to be eligible for graduate consideration.
Post-graduate diploma programs offered by universities are also acceptable if a 3-year bachelor's degree is required for admission.
Professional programs offered by external agencies, organizations or non-university groups are not acceptable.
No. You can wait and submit financial support documentation after you receive your admission decision from the Kelley School. Indiana University, however, cannot complete your visa documentation (the I-20) until they have received proof of adequate financial support.
No, you cannot be waived out of any components of the MBA core, even if you have extensive academic or professional experience in the area. Our curriculum, along with our team structure, capitalizes on the different expertise of each student.