The Haas School of Business seeks candidates with leadership potential who will add to the richness of the classroom experience and engage in the Haas community. Successful candidates exhibit:
While most applicants offer promise for academic success, the admissions committee selects individuals who demonstrate excellence in all of the areas described above.
Applying begins with our secure online application. You can begin by creating an account where you can save your work and progress with your application requirements. Once you have the requirements completed, you can submit your application.
|GMAT/GRE taken on or before:||Decision posted on:|
|One||December 10, 2013||December 31, 2013||January 31, 2014|
|Two||February 11, 2014||February 28, 2014||March 27, 2014|
*We are still accepting applications. Please contact our office.
The program starts on May 14th.
Applications from 2013 have been purged and all applicants must therefore create new fall 2014 accounts.
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Inquiries may be directed as follows: Sex discrimination and sexual harassment: Nancy Chu, Title IX Compliance Officer, 510-643-7985. Disability discrimination and access: Ed Rogers, A.D.A./504 Compliance Officer, 510-643-5116 (voice) or 510-642-3172 (TTY). Other inquiries may be directed to the Academic Compliance Office, 200 California Hall, #1500, 510-642-2795.
In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Act, the university maintains a reference guide of safety information and procedures, annual campus crime statistics, and emergency-disaster preparedness information. For a copy of this report, Safety Counts, call 510-643-6442, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or write the Police Department Campus Safety Programs, University of California, Berkeley, Police Department, 1 Sproul Hall #1199, Berkeley, CA 94720-1199. The report is also posted on the UC Berkeley Police Department website.
Because the faculty and administration of the Haas School of Business are continually reviewing the MBA program to give its students the best possible educational experience, the school reserves the right to change at any time any of its provisions, statements, policies, curricula, procedures, regulations, or fees.