Michigan Ross MBA Deadlines for 2020-2021

Michigan Ross MBA deadlinesAre you interested in the University of Michigan Ross School of Business? Then get ready, because the Michigan Ross MBA deadlines for the 2020-2021 admissions cycle have been announced!

Note that for the upcoming season, Ross has added a fourth deadline round. This decision, explains MBA Admissions Director Soojin Kwon, was based on the strong response Ross received to this year’s extension of Round 3.

Michigan Ross MBA Deadlines for 2020-2021

Round 1

Application due: September 14, 2020
Decision released: December 2, 2020

Round 2

Application due: January 4, 2021
Decision released: March 7, 2021

Round 3

Application due: March 29, 2021
Decision released: May 5, 2021

Round 4

Application due: June 1, 2021
Decision released: June 25, 2021

All applications must arrive by 11:59pm ET on the date listed. International students can apply in any round, but the Ross School encourages these applicants to apply in Round 1 or 2 to allow sufficient time for visa processing.

Now Accepting MCAR and LSAT Scores

From Director Kwon:

“We want to be supportive of prospective students around the world at this time and we recognize that the pandemic has placed limitations on your ability to take the GMAT and GRE. Therefore, we will also accept the MCAT and LSAT in place of the GMAT or GRE this year.

We have accepted those tests for current dual-degree students at the University of Michigan and have found that their performance in the MBA program is comparable to students who took the GMAT or GRE.”

The new application will go live in July.  For more information, please visit Michigan Ross full-time MBA admissions.

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