Wisconsin School of Business
|As one of the leading MBA programs in the United States, Wisconsin School of Business
offers the following concentrations towards an MBA degree. Please
keep reading to see the major employers of MBA graduates of Wisconsin 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 Wisconsin School of Business.|
Accounting, Actuarial Science, Agribusiness, Applied Security Analysis,
Entrepreneurship, Finance, Information Systems Analysis & Design,
International Business, Management/Management & Human Resources,
Marketing/Marketing Research, Manufacturing & Technology Management,
Operations & Information Management, Real Estate & Urban Land Economics,
Risk Management & Insurance, Supply Chain Management, Arts Administration
TOP 10 EMPLOYERS
- Andersen Consulting
- Daimler Chrysler, Inc.
- General Mills, Inc.
- Epic Systems
- Intel Corporation
- Ford Motor Company
- Arthur Andersen LLP
- Cambridge Technology Partners
- Guidant Corporation
3 required essays
Interview (highly recommended)
2 letters of recommendation
1 official transcript from each institute
GMAT (ETS code: 1846)
$ 45 application fee
International applicants should also provide:
UW considers a prospective student’s work experience an important factor in
the selection process. Wisconsin is also looking for students with strong
GMAT scores, good grade point averages, good references, and a dynamite
essay. Wisconsin admits by major, so essays should address the student’s
interest in a specific field of study. Interviews are not required, but a
campus visit is encouraged. The deadline for fall admission is May 1, for
spring October 1. The deadline for merit-based financial aid is February 15.
However, students with exceptional academic qualifications should apply by
January 1 to be considered for All-University Fellowships. Wisconsin is a
founding member of the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, which
offers full-tuition scholarships for talented minority students.
1. Reasons for Graduate Study: Describe your reasons for graduate study.
Include a brief overview of your career progressions to date, your career
goals and how a degree from Wisconsin will help you reach your career goals.
Statement should address your reasons for selecting a particular field of
study and intended major.
2. Accomplishments: Describe an accomplishment at work in which you took a
3. Conflict Management: Describe a conflict you experienced as a member of a
team. Discuss how the team resolved the situation and the role you played.
4. Other information you would like to share that is not presented elsewhere
in the application.
Address: Grainger Hall, 975 University Avenue, Madison, WI 53706
E-Mail: [email protected] Website: http://www.wisc.edu/bschool Phone: