Formal Application Sequence

Step One

The application process starts once you submit the initial application form online along with a current resume. This is an early evaluation of your prospects for admission based on the admission criteria established by Rutgers University.


Step Two

Should your qualifications make you a good candidate for admission, The Director of the EMBA program, Professor Farrokh Langdana will contact you directly via email to schedule an interview.


Step Three

The interview will be followed by your submission of:

  • The online Application for Admission
  • Application fee of $70.00
  • Official transcripts from each undergraduate and graduate institution attended should be mailed to:
    Rutgers University Executive MBA Program, 1 Washington Park, Fourth Floor, Newark, NJ 07102 
  • Two letters of recommendation and GMAT or GRE scores (if applicable) which can all be submitted as they are obtained and uploaded directly to the online application

It’s important to use your personal email address because all correspondence regarding the status of your application will go to this address.

Please note that your "place in line" regarding admission to the EMBA program is determined by the date of receipt of your fully completed Application for Admission. Applicants who submit complete application packages (including official transcripts) by June 1 will be given priority.

While applications received after June 1st will also be considered, seats cannot be guaranteed for the upcoming Fall semester due to the high volume of applications.


Step Four

An admission committee will evaluate your completed application and make a recommendation regarding your admission to the Director of the EMBA Program.


Step Five

We will inform you of the committee’s decision within one week of receipt of your completed application package. (In some cases your acceptance may be contingent on your attending the short math refresher class in August.)


At any stage in the application process, please contact us by telephone at 973-353-5015 or 973-353-1697 or by e-mail at, if we can be of assistance.

Prof. Farrokh Langdana, with Dr. Indu Shahani, former Sheriff of Mumbai, and Principal of H.R. College, Mumbai.  Langdana presented, "When China Sneezes, will India catch a cold?" at the new Indian School of Management and Entrepreneurship (ISME) in Mumbai, India