There are many MBA programs out there, but it’s important to choose the one that best fits your life, your goals, and your future.
The ideal Executive MBA candidate is a highly motivated, hardworking professional seeking an intense program that will propel them forward in their career, while keeping the balance between work and family commitments. Broad Executive MBA students demand a rigorous and challenging program where they’ll gain knowledge and experience along with the nationally recognized degree.
Here are a few other signs that you may fit the bill:
Sound like you? Then you sound like an excellent candidate for the Executive MBA program at Michigan State University’s Eli Broad College of Business.
Completed applications are considered on a rolling basis from September – April each year. Details and application link are available by clicking the “Apply Now” button at the top of the screen. Our admissions committee carefully reviews the comprehensive experience, ability and aspirations of each applicant, selecting those students who will be most successful in the program. The minimum criteria for admission include:
Admission to the Broad Executive MBA program requires the submission of the online application as well as other supporting materials, listed below:
More detailed information is available by downloading our Admissions Checklist.
|Round 1||December 1, 2018|
|Round 2||February 1, 2019|
|Round 3||April 1, 2019|
|Round 4||June 1, 2019|
|Round 5 (domestic only)||July 15, 2019|
Notification of the Admissions Committee decision is sent by e-mail. Once admitted to the Eli Broad College of Business Executive MBA Program, students make a non-refundable $1,000 deposit to hold their place in the class.
All incoming students are required to attend a 2-day orientation in early summer (see the Academic Calendar for dates). You will meet your classmates, your team, and our staff, gain best practices from a current student panel, and develop the strong team dynamics/priorities that are essential to your success. You will also hear from the residency faculty and receive your pre-course materials and assignments, providing you with a crucial foundation for your Executive MBA experience.
Classes officially begin in late summer, yet students should expect to do significant preparation between orientation and residency.