Executive MBA Admission Requirements and Tuition
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The requirements for admission to the Rutgers EMBA program include the following:
- Completion of an Initial Application. The purpose of this initial application is to provide you with a timely indication of the likelihood of your acceptance into the Executive MBA Program at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. This preliminary acceptance decision may assist you in securing corporate sponsorship and will simplify the application process.
- If you are notified that your basic qualifications make you a good candidate for admission, you will be directed to schedule an interview with the Director of the EMBA Program, Professor Farrokh Langdana.
- Completed Formal Application for Admission along with the $65 application fee. The form is to be completed only after the interview . Admission to the EMBA program is made on an ongoing basis so please note that your "place in line" regarding admission is determined by the date of receipt of your fully completed Application for Admission.
- GRE or GMAT* scores (if applicable).
- Two letters of recommendation.
- Official transcripts.
GRE or GMAT Admissions Tests
The GRE/GMAT is waived for all applicants with graduate degrees (Masters, PhD, etc.). In cases in which the applicant has a significant amount of experience, the GMAT/GRE may be waived at the discretion of the Director. This waiver can be discussed with the Director during the interview.
The total cost for the four-semester program beginning in Fall 2016 is $23,247.25 per semester. These numbers include the 10 day summer program to Beijing and Shanghai, but do not include the airfare between the US and China.
For a more detailed description of the EMBA cost (tuition plus program fee) please request a hard copy package by calling us at (973) 353-5015 or emailing us at email@example.com.
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