Executive MBA Admissions

Applications for the Cornell Executive MBA Americas and the Cornell Executive MBA Metro NY are accepted and evaluated on a rolling basis. Please see below for program specifics.

Click here to access the online application. Please contact us at emba@cornell.edu with any questions.

Cornell Executive MBA Americas

Applications are currently being accepted for the Class of 2021; classes will begin in late June, 2019.

  • The priority consideration deadline is December 31. Applications will be accepted after this date, throughout the spring.
  • Applications are reviewed and processed on a rolling basis. 
  • We encourage you to submit your application as soon as you have completed your sections. 
  • Once we receive all supporting documents, including transcripts and letters of recommendation, we will contact you to schedule your interview. 

Admissions decisions are communicated approximately 7 to 10 days after the interview.

Cornell Executive MBA Metro NY

Applications are currently being accepted for the Class of 2021; classes will begin in late July, 2019. 

  • We will have two priority consideration dates for the Class of 2021: December 15, 2018 (early consideration) and May 15, 2019 (regular submission).*
  • We encourage you to submit your application as soon as you have completed your sections.
  • Once we receive all supporting documents, including transcripts and letters of recommendation, we will contact you to schedule your interview.

Admissions decisions are typically communicated within a few weeks of the interview.

*Applications continue to be accepted on a rolling basis as space permits.

Standardized Exams

Standardized test scores are not required for admission to the Cornell Executive MBA Americas or the Cornell Executive MBA Metro NY. Applicants may voluntarily submit their GMAT, GRE, or Executive Assessment score(s). Candidates are encouraged to send their score(s) to Cornell, along with their application, if they believe the information will help the Admissions Committee better understand their academic readiness for the program.

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