Executive MBA Admissions

2017-2018 Application Timeline

We are currently accepting applications for classes beginning in Summer 2018.

Applications for the Cornell Executive MBA Americas and the Cornell Executive MBA Metro NY are accepted and evaluated on a rolling basis within each application round. You are strongly encouraged to submit in earlier rounds when the maximum number of seats are available. Applications will continue to be considered after the 4th Round on a space-available basis.

Admissions decisions are made within 4 weeks or less of a completed interview.

Please do not hesitate to contact us as emba@cornell.edu with any questions.

2017-2018 Application Round Dates*

Cornell Executive MBA Americas

1st Round: 12/15/17
2nd Round: 2/23/18
3rd Round: 3/23/18
4th Round: 5/18/18

Cornell Executive MBA Metro NY

1st Round: 12/15/17
2nd Round: 2/23/18
3rd Round: 4/20/18
4th Round: 6/15/18

* Round dates for the Executive MBA/MS in Healthcare Leadership can be found here.

Scholarships

We have a small number of modest scholarships available for applicants who submit their applications within the first three submission rounds.

The majority of our scholarship pool will be allocated to first round applicants, with the remainder distributed between the second and third rounds. To be eligible for a scholarship you must submit the Scholarship Statement found in the application and your application must be 100% complete, including all supplemental materials such as official transcripts and (2) letters of recommendation. You will be notified of any scholarship award by the Scholarship Committee as soon as the awards for each submission round are finalized.

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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