No. The economics, finance, international business, international finance, management, management science (P/OM) and marketing departments will be accepting applications during the 2017-18 academic year (to start Fall 2018). The accounting department anticipates admitting students during 2018-19 (to start Fall 2019).
To have full consideration for university-wide fellowships, all application materials must be received by Dec.15 (Dec. 5 for Finance); additional applications will be accepted until Jan. 15. Applicants are encouraged to submit their materials prior to the deadline because some departments may start making offers earlier if they see attractive candidates. Some departments will accept applications after this deadline. Interested individuals should check with the director of the doctoral programs, Marcelo Frias (email@example.com), for more details.
No. However, students who have master's degrees are more competitive for admission. To earn a Ph.D., a student must take at least 60 credit hours beyond a bachelor's degree (including 12 hours of dissertation preparation). Some credit from a master's degree may be transferred toward the doctoral degree, depending on departmental approval.
Yes. All financial aid awards decisions are made on a merit basis.
Our stipends are nationally competitive and vary by academic area. For more information, contact the faculty coordinator in your area of interest. Stipends are guaranteed for four years as long as a student shows satisfactory academic progress.
Yes. With satisfactory academic progress, students can expect to receive a 100 percent tuition waiver for five years.
Yes; 100 percent of individual student insurance premiums will be covered for students using university insurance.
Yes. Students receiving graduate assistantships are issued an I-20 form without any additional financial certification needed.
No. The program is structured to be completed on a full-time basis and typically takes five years to complete.
Students are considered for admission based on previous academic performance, GMAT/GRE scores, statement of career objectives, letters of reference and work experience. The weight given to these individual criteria varies according to the area of concentration (i.e., accounting, marketing, finance, etc.). Average test scores and grade point ratios also vary from year to year, depending on the applicant pool. Please see a profile of our current students. Some departments prefer one test over the other, so you are encouraged to check with the individual departments about their requirements.
The GMAT institutional code is JV2-TP-78. The GRE & TOEFL code is 5818. It is not necessary to include a departmental code.
Yes. This option may be considered for international applicants from programs and countries where the medium of instruction is English. An official waiver request (email) must be sent to the Graduate Admissions Director, copying the Director of Doctoral programs with justification for the waiver request and attaching the following documents:
- Copy of the U.S. institution’s transcript(s).
- Copy of Graduate Admissions Test (GMAT or GRE)
To make a final determination, we may also look at various potential indicators of English proficiency such GMAT/GRE scores and any work experience in an English based environment. After reviewing all aspects, we reserve the right to require an English Proficiency Test score. – Send Wavier Request.
The Ph.D. Programs committee does not have a preference in regards to the TOEFL, IELTS or PTEA for admissions consideration.