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2020-2021 MBA Application Deadlines (Updating)

2020-2021 MBA Application Deadlines (Updating)

The last few weeks have been met with excitement as global business schools have started announcing the MBA deadlines for the 2020-2021 cohort. Below is a representative list of some important dates to keep in mind.

NOTE: Deadlines are subject to change. All applicants should check with the institution before applying.

SCHOOL DEADLINE
Cambridge Judge Business School Round 1 – September 7
Round 2 – October 19
Round 3 – January 11
Round 4 – March 8
Round 5 – April 26
Columbia Business School ED – October 2
RD – April 9

January 2021 Intake – October 2

Merit-based Fellowship – January 6

Darden School of Business Early Action – September 2
Round 1 – October 5
Round 2 – January 4
Round 3 – April 7
Haas School of Business Round 1 – September 24
Round 2 – January 14
Round 3 – April 5
Harvard Business School Round 1 – September 8
Round 2 – January 5
HEC PARIS
January 2021 Intake
Round 7 – August 14
Round 8 – September 14
Round 9 – October 14
Round 10 – November 16
IE Business School Rolling Application Deadline – March 9
INSEAD Round 1 – September 11
Round 2 – November 6
Round 3 – January 8
Round 4 – February 26

January 2022 Intake
Round 1 – March 5
Round 2 – April 23
Round 3 – June 18
Round 4 – July 30

Indian School of Business Round 1 – September 20
Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University Round 1 – September 16
Round 2 – January 6
Round 3 – April 7
London Business School July 20
McCombs School of Business Round 1 – October 13
Round 2 – January 5
Round 3 – March 30
Round 4 – May 11 (For US/Canadian applicants only)
Nanyang Technological University Round 1 – November 1
Round 2 – January 15
Round 3 – March 31
New York University Stern School of Business Round 1 – October 15
Round 2 – November 15
Round 3 – January 15
Round 4 – March 15 (Only for US citizens/PRs)

Fashion & Luxury MBA
Round 1 – September 15
Round 2 – November 15
Round 3 – January 15
Round 4 – February 15 (Only for US citizens/PRs)

Tech MBA
Round 1 – September 15
Round 2 – November 15
Round 3 – January 15
Round 4 – February 15 (Only for US citizens/PRs)

Ross School of Business Round 1 – September 14
Round 2 – January 4
Round 3 Priority Deadline – March 29
Round 4 Priority Deadline – June 1
Rotman School of Management Early Round – August 7
Round 1 – October 5
Round 2 – January 11
Round 3 – March 8
Round 4 – April 26
Stanford Graduate School of Business Round 1 – September 15
Round 2 – January 6
Round 3 – April 6
The Fuqua School of Business Early Action – September 23
Round 1 – October 20
Round 2 – January 7
Round 3 – March 25
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Round 1 – September 24
Round 2 – January 12
Round 3 – April 1
Tuck School of Business Round 1 – September 28
Round 2 – January 4
Round 3 – March 29
Round 4 – Rolling from April 1 to June 1

Round 1 Consortium – October 15
Round 2 Consortium – January 5

Vanderbilt University Owen Graduate School of Management Round 1 – October 12
Round 2 – January 11
Round 3 – March 29
Round 4 – May 15
Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania Round 1 – September 15
Round 2 – January 5
Round 3 – March 31
Yale School of Management Round 1 – September 15
Round 2 – January 7
Round 3 – April 13
UCLA Anderson School of Management Round 1 – October 2
Round 2 – January 8
Round 3 – April 16

If you are wondering how to go about making your business school shortlist, read this blog post. Before you start your application, here some frequently asked questions that some of our applicants have had in the past. For more information on work experience requirements, click here and to know more about MBA applications, click here. If you have any other questions, get in touch with us.

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