The Week Ahead: MBA Deadlines & Decisions – 4.16.18
Welcome to the series, The Week Ahead. In this weekly series, we provide a brief rundown of what we know is happening in the week ahead, as far as admissions related MBA deadlines and decisions are concerned at the top business schools.
Most top programs have begun their Round 3 process, and are moving into the interview phase of the round. Schools are also hosting admissions events for admits from earlier rounds, as Round 2 deposit deadlines loom.
Monday, April 16, Toronto Rotman has its Round 4 deadline.
Tuesday, April 17, Boston / Carroll has its Round 4 deadline.
Wednesday, April 18, Yale SOM has its Round 3 deadline.
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That’s all for this week! Good luck to everyone preparing for interviews and waiting to hear admissions news.
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