All Master in Finance applicants do not require work experience.
You should seek recommendations from two people capable of commenting on your academic, ambitions, and intellectual capabilities. The most useful evaluations are from people who are able to testify to your professional and leadership skills. Examples include a former faculty member or an employer If you are currently employed we recommend that one of your recommendations come from your direct supervisor.
When completing your online application, you will be prompted to provide contact information for your referees. He or she will be contacted via email and invited to submit recommendations in a format that we will email directly to him/her.
You are required to submit two, with at least one from each of the two categories a) a former faculty member or direct supervisor, and b) other influential member of your network.
October 17, 2021 – Admissions Opens
January 31, 2022 – Free Application Period Ends
February 28, 2022 – End of Round 1 (Highest Scholarships offered)
May 31, 2022 – End of Round 2 (Competitive Scholarships offered)
July 31, 2022 – End of Round 3 (Limited Scholarships offered)
We continue accepting and reviewing applications until the program is filled to capacity.
August 1, 2022 – Admissions Closes
August 1, 2022 – English Test Submission Deadline
All applicants to the MBSC MiF programs must demonstrate proficiency of English language and can do so via prior academic degree, and/or an English Language Proficiency Exam.
If you have not earned a University Degree in English, scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) exam are required.
Yes, we require all of your transcripts. When completing your online application, you will be prompted to upload unofficial copies of your transcript(s). If you are offered admission, you will be required to submit official attested copies of your transcript(s). Offers of admission are not binding until we verify your official academic records and test scores.
Students reporting grades from institutions that do not evaluate academic performance on a 4.0 GPA scale should NOT convert their scores to a GPA. Report your scores or grades as your university lists them in your official transcripts. Keep in mind that we are familiar with international grading methods and will evaluate your grades accordingly.