Stanford MBA Deadlines for 2022-2023

Stanford MBA deadlines

Is the Stanford Graduate School of Business on your shortlist of target MBA programs? Then get ready to mark your calendar, because here are the Stanford MBA deadlines for the 2022-2023 admissions season!

Stanford MBA Deadlines

Round 1

Application due: September 13, 2022
Decision released: December 8, 2022

Round 2

Application due: January 5, 2023
Decision released: March  30, 2023

Round 3

Application due: April 11, 2023
Decision released: May 25, 2023

The MBA Class of 2025 application is now open. Note that applications are due by 4 p.m. PST on the day of the deadline. For additional information on applying, please visit the Stanford GSB admissions website.

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