Chicago Booth Releases 2018-2019 MBA Application Deadlines
Chicago Booth releases their 2018-2019 MBA application deadlines as well as the essay questions. The university has also opened the application portal for those applicants who are ready to submit their application material.
Application Deadline: September 27, 2018
Decision released by: December 6, 2018
Application Deadline: January 3, 2019
Decision released by: March 21, 2019
Application Deadline: April 4, 2019
Decision released by: May 16, 2019
The class of 2021 (new applicants and re-applicants) are required to answer two (2) essay questions:
- How will the Booth MBA help you achieve your immediate and long-term post-MBA career goals? ( 250-word minimum)
- Chicago Booth immerses you in a choice-rich environment. How have your interests, leadership experiences, and other passions influenced the choices in your life? (250-word minimum)
Applicants are also offered an optional essay: Is there any unclear information in your application that needs further explanation? (300-word maximum)
In a maximum 300-word essay, re-applicants are required to also answer the following question:
- Upon reflection, how has your perspective regarding your future, Chicago Booth, and/or getting an MBA changed since the time of your last application?
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