How to Apply
1. ONLINE APPLICATION- www.applyweb.com/apply/ougrad
Create and validate your account, then begin the application. Under “Campus Selection”, select Norman, even if you are applying to the Professional MBA program in Oklahoma City.
2. GRE/GMAT SCORES- Prepare for, register, take, and submit
GMAT test takers: OU can accept official and unofficial GMAT scores. (Professional MBA Institution Code: MTP-KM-83) / (Full-time MBA Institution Code: MTP-KM-35) If you have a copy of your unofficial or official scores, please upload the scores to the online application.
GRE test takers: OU can only accept official GRE scores that are sent directly from ETS. (Institution Code: 6879, Major Code: 4201) If you have already submitted your GRE scores to OU, email OklahomaMBA@ou.edu to let us know, and we will try to request your scores internally.
NOTE: We cannot accept GMAT or GRE scores that are more than 5 years old
3. TOEFL SCORE- International applications ONLY
An official TOEFL score of 600 on the paper-based test (250 on the computer, 100 on the internet-based test) or higher sent directly from the Educational Testing Service to Institution Code: 6879. A 7.0 IELTS is also accepted.
4. RÉSUMÉ- Upload to online application
5. STATEMENT OF GOALS- Upload to online application
6. OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS- Submit your transcript from every college attended. Have official transcripts mailed to:
Office of Admissions and Records
University of Oklahoma
1000 Asp Ave., Room 127
Norman, OK 73019-4076
7. APPLICATION FEE- $50 domestic applicants/$100 international applicants
MBA Admission Deadlines
We encourage all candidates to apply early for best consideration. International applicants should apply in the first or second round of the admission cycle for best consideration and to allow sufficient time for issuance of a student visa. Applications received during Round 1 and Round 2 receive priority for graduate assistantship and scholarship consideration. For applicants to be guaranteed consideration for a given round, all application materials, including official exam scores, must be received by the following deadline dates.
Only full-time applicants are eligible for graduate assistantships
ROUND 1- November 15, 2013
Ensures the earliest admission decision into our Fall 2014 starting class and best consideration for graduate assistantships and scholarships.
ROUND 2- January 15, 2014
Priority consideration for graduate assistantships and scholarships will be given to qualified international and domestic applicants.
ROUND 3- March 15, 2014
Deadline for international applicants. Scholarships offered to qualified candidates if resources remain.
ROUND 4- May 15, 2014
After this date, qualified candidates will only be admitted if space is available.
EXTENDED- July 15, 2014
Deadline extention is for domestic, Full-time MBA candidates only.
Scholarships and graduate assistantships are still available.
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