As a full-time MBA student, you’ll begin your education in the fall semester. Know your deadline and plan ahead so you have plenty of time to take the GMAT and provide all necessary documentation. The priority scholarship deadline is Jan. 15. Review the checklist below and get started on your application now. You’re automatically considered for scholarships once you’ve completed your application.
- Scholarship priority deadline
- JANUARY 15 View Scholarships >
- Domestic deadline
- JUNE 1 (Application Term: Sept. 1 - June 1)
- International student deadline
- MAY 1 (Application Term: Dec. 2 - May 1)
Fill out your application. When complete, submit it with the application fee:
Upload the following required documents to your online application:
Official transcripts must be mailed directly from your undergraduate institution to the Office of Graduate Studies, 213 Strong Hall, 1450 Jayhawk Blvd., Lawrence, KS 66045. You can also deliver a sealed official transcript in person to the Admissions Office in Lawrence or the Edwards Campus.
Some universities (including KU) offer official, secure electronic transcripts, which should be sent from the degree-granting university directly to KU Graduate Admissions (firstname.lastname@example.org). In your application, upload the receipt verifying the official transcript. The receipt should list the processing date and mailing address.
On the online application, enter email addresses for two recommenders. After you’ve submitted your application, we’ll send them an email requesting they complete a recommendation form for you.
Take the mandatory Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). It’s not necessary to submit scores before beginning the application process. Your file will be reviewed as soon as we receive your scores. Register here.
TOEFL or IELTS scores are required for international students. If you received a baccalaureate degree (or higher) from an accredited U.S. institution of higher education, or from an institution whose medium of instruction is English, this requirement is waived. This does not apply to degrees earned online.