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Ross Business School 2015-2016 Application Deadlines

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Ross School of BusinessRoss Business School has released its 2015-2016 application cycle deadlines. This year’s application process has three rounds. You must submit undergraduate and graduate transcripts when you apply. Unofficial transcripts are accepted. However, should you be accepted, you must submit official transcripts.

Ross Business School 2015-2016 Application Deadlines

Other documents that you should include with your Ross Business School application are GMAT or GRE scores, essays, a resume and one recommendation letter. International applicants, whose native language is non-English, must submit TOEFL or PTE scores.

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As you gather application documents, you’ll definitely want to note these important application deadlines:

Application Deadline Decisions Announced
Round 1 October 04, 2015 December 18, 2015
Round 2 January 05, 2016 March 18, 2016
Round 3 March 21, 2016 May 13, 2016

Two essays (400 words each) are required for full-time students. As you develop the essays, be prepared to help Ross Business School admissions get to know you more fully.

The first essay ask you to share what you are most proud of and why. You also have to reveal how this shapes the person you are today. For the second essay, you’ll tell the school what your career path is and why you chose this path.

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Your named recommenders will be emailed a set of questions from Ross Business School. Those recommendation questions give recommenders a chance to highlight your potential, current and past performance and personal qualities, especially as they compare to your peers. Recommenders should take 300 words to answer this question.

The second recommendation question asks recommenders to describe the most valued constructive feedback that they have given you. They have 250 words to highlight this constructive feedback. A single circumstance should be covered in the essay.

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Congratulations should you be invited to interview, as interviews are only by invitation! You can conduct your interview on campus or you can have a Ross Business School alum interview you at a location near where you live.

Visit the Ross Business School website for more information.

[For more top 20 b-school application deadlines and requirements, click here to visit our 2016-2016 MBA Application Deadlines and Requirement page]

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