In our first post, we mentioned opening the doors to our virtual office.
We’re holding the door, come on in!
Most of the questions we get this time of year have to do with the admissions process.
How do I apply?
Can I send my transcript before I submit my application?
Who reviews application materials and what are they looking for?
In the next few posts, we’ll outline the application process and what happens to your materials once they leave your hands and arrive in ours.
Applications to the Bloomberg School are submitted online through a service called ApplyYourself (AY). To start an application, create an AY account and receive your password and pin. Once in the application, complete the form by providing your contact information, academic history, program you’re applying to, employment history, etc. Supporting materials such as your personal statement and resume may be uploaded to the application. Recommendation providers may also be entered and given the opportunity to provide a secure recommendation online.
You have the ability to save your work, logout and come back later. You may complete the application in a day, over several days or even several months. Just be sure to submit your application before the of your program!
While you work on composing the perfect application, you should also order supporting materials (i.e. transcripts and test scores) and have them officially sent to Admissions Services. can vary, so read our instructions carefully.
Applicants with international academic records should be aware of our credentials evaluation requirement and begin that process well in advance of their application deadline.
Supporting materials are also due before the application deadline. If your documents arrive before you formally submit your application, we’ll date stamp and keep them in a holding file for up to two years. The important thing is to submit your application and supporting materials before the deadline. They may arrive in any order.
Don’t risk missing your deadline! Send those materials early!
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