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As one of the leading MBA programs in the United States, Haas School of Business offers the following concentrations towards an MBA degree. Please keep reading to see the major employers of MBA graduates of Haas School of Business. On the following screen, you will also see all materials required for MBA admissions application, including MBA essays, reference letters, TOEFL score, and application fee. By clicking the logo below, you can see detailed admissions statistics for Haas School of Business.
CONCENTRATIONS
Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Global Management, Management of Technology, Health Management, Accounting, Finance, Organizational Behavior, Marketing, Real Estate, Corporate Strategy, General Management, Nonprofit Management, E-commerce

TOP 10 EMPLOYERS

  • McKinsey & Co.
  • Hewlett-Packard Company
  • Charles Schwab
  • A.T. Kearney
  • Goldman Sachs
  • Andersen Consulting
  • Pittiglio Rabin Todd & McGrath
  • Arthur D. Little
  • Siebel Systems
  • Bain & Company, Inc.

APPLICATION MATERIALS (online application available through Haas school website)

 1 required essays and 7 short answers
 Interview (by invitation only)
 2 letters of recommendation
 1 official transcript from each institute
 GMAT (ETS code: 4833)
 Résumé
 $ 150 application fee


International applicants should also provide:
 TOEFL (ETS code: 4833-02, a minimum of 570 on paper-based or 230 on computer-based)

ADMISSION CRITERIA
The admission office reports that it accepts applications during one long “continuous cycle” that goes from November to March. Students are notified of a decision generally within six weeks of a files’ completion, except for the final deadline. Haas rarely grants deferments. According to Berkeley, “The admissions committee reviews files and makes decisions continuously. Applicants who apply in one of the earlier rounds have a stronger chance of being admitted.” the Haas School is also a member of the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, which offers scholarships to talented minority students. The following criteria are considered in descending order of importance: the essays, college GPA or academic record, GMAT score, work experience, letters of recommendation, extracurricular activities, and the interview.


COST AND FINANCIAL AID
MBA program resources for financial aid are limited; therefore, most aid must be derived from the federal government. Federal financial aid is available only to U.S. citizens and U.S. permanent residents. Refer to http://www.haas.berkeley.edu/MBA/finaid/index.html for details. For international applicants, available financial resources are extremely limited. These limited funds necessitate adequate financial planning on your part prior to enrolling, as Haas is unable to fully fund any student for the cost of her/his education. International students can apply for private loans only with a U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident as a credit worthy co-signer. Refer to http://www.haas.berkeley.edu/MBA/finaid/prvtmba.html for private loan options.

ESSAY QUESTIONS
I. SHORT ANSWER SECTION
We hope that our short answer section will provoke honest, thoughtful responses that will help us to get to know you as a person. Responses can be as short as a few words or as long as a couple of paragraphs.
1. Describe something you feel passionate about.
2. What is your most valued tangible possession? What is your most valued intangible possession?
3. If you could have dinner with one individual, past or present, who would it be? What would you order?
4. Briefly state what you view as your most significant accomplishment (3 sentences or less).
5. If you could change one characteristic about yourself, what would it be?
6. If you had 4 extra hours each day (i.e., a 28-hour day), what would you do with them?
7. Do you feel that your academic record (i.e., grades, course load, etc.) is an accurate reflection of your ability and potential? In comparison to your college friends and classmates, do you feel that you were particularly advantaged or disadvantaged? Please explain.

II. ESSAYS
1. What are your professional goals? How do your past and present experiences relate to those goals? (1–2 pages, double-spaced)
2. OPTIONAL: Please feel free to provide a statement concerning any information you would like to add to your application that you haven’t addressed elsewhere. (1 page, double-spaced)

CONTACT
Address: 440 Student Services #1902, Berkeley, CA 94720-1902
E-Mail: [email protected] Website: www.haas.berkeley.edu Phone: 510-642-1405
Fax: 510-643-6659

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