Wharton Releases 2018-2019 MBA Application Deadlines
Wharton releases their 2018-2019 MBA application deadlines as well as announced the two (2) essay questions (listed below). Those considering re-applying to Wharton's MBA program must answer an additional question to be considered for the class of 2021. The application portal will open mid-July.
Application Deadline: September 18, 2018
Interview Invitation: October 30, 2018
To be notified by: December 13, 2018
Application Deadline: January 3, 2019
Interview Invitation: February 7, 2019
To be notified by: March 21, 2019
Application Deadline: April 2, 2019
Interview Invitation: April 18, 2019
To be notified by: May 9, 2019
The class of 2021 (new applicants and re-applicants) are required to answer the two (2) essay questions below:
- What do you hope to gain professionally from the Wharton MBA? (500 words)
- Describe an impactful experience or accomplishment that is not reflected elsewhere in your application. How will you use what you learned through that experience to contribute to the Wharton community? (400 words)
In a maximum 250-word essay, re-applicants are required to also answer the following question:
- Explain how you have reflected on the previous decision about your application, and discuss any updates to your candidacy (e.g., changes in your professional life, additional coursework, extracurricular/volunteer engagements).
To access the compendium of deadlines for the top 10 MBA programs, please click here.
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