Kellogg MBA Deadlines for 2021-2022

kellogg mba deadlinesAre you interested in Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management? Then get ready to mark your calendar. The Kellogg MBA deadlines for the 2021-2022 admissions season have been announced! They are as follows:

Kellogg MBA deadlines for 2021-2022

Round 1

Application due: September 15, 2021
Decision released: December 8, 2021

Round 2

Application due: January 5, 2022
Decision released: March 23, 2022

Round 3

Application due: April 6, 2022
Decision released: May 11, 2022

Applications are due no later than 5 p.m. CT on the application deadline date.

If you’re an international applicant, Kellogg encourages you to apply in Round 1 or 2 to allow time for your visa application.


If you need guidance on your Kellogg application or wish to discuss your MBA plans, reach out for a complimentary analysis of your candidacy. We’re here to help! For more information about applying to the Kellogg School of Management, please visit the Kellogg admissions website.

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