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The Darla Moore School of Business admits new students into the Master of International Business program on a rolling basis. Students may enter the program in late August (fall term) or early January (spring term).
- Admissions application: You must submit an application and all supporting documents before your application will be reviewed and an admissions decision is made.
- Admissions interview: An admissions interview may be requested by the admissions committee.
Admission decisions are made when the application is complete — all documents and GMAT score reports are received. Primary criteria considered for admission include undergraduate performance, GMAT score and international coursework and experience.
MIB Double Degree Program Applications
- When completing the application, please note your interest in the double-degree option.
- In the "optional essay" section, explain which double-degree you would prefer and why.
In late spring the admissions committee will work with each candidate to determine who will be accepted into each of the separate double degree options.
Admission decisions are made when the application is complete — all documents and GMAT score report are received. Primary criteria considered for admission include undergraduate performance.