Duke Fuqua Announces Fall 2019 MBA Application Deadlines

Duke Fuqua DeadlinesThe Fuqua School of Business at Duke University has announced the following MBA application deadlines for the 2018-19 admissions cycle.

Early Action:

Application due: September 12, 2018
Decision released: October 19, 2018

Round 1

Application due: October 10, 2018
Decision released: December 13, 2018

Round 2

Application due: January 3, 2019
Decision released: March 18, 2019

Round 3

Application due: March 20, 2019
Decision released: April 29, 2019

A note to applicants: 

All deadlines are at 11:59 pm ET. The Early Action option is ideal for applicants who have completed their MBA research and have decided that this is the best program for them.

If your ability to enroll is dependent upon receiving merit-based scholarship assistance, you should apply during Early Action, Round 1, or Round 2.

International Applicants: you must apply during Early Action, Round 1, or Round 2 for visa processing.

Re-applicants: reapply during Early Action or Round 1.

The 2018-2019 Daytime MBA application will be available in late-July.

For more information, please visit the Duke Fuqua admissions website.

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