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Admission Process

Admission to the Evening UST MBA program is based on the following criteria:‌

Leadership Potential

We review your application, letters of recommendation and essays for demonstrated abilities to perform as a principled leader who achieves results. In addition, our interview with you is an opportunity to share your leadership potential and aspirations.

Work Experience

Most incoming UST MBA students have between three and eight years of full-time professional work experience prior to entering the program. The admissions committee strongly prefers that applicants have at least two years of work experience before enrolling.

Intellectual Aptitude

We review your scores on the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT), Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or the MBA Math program as one indication of your potential to succeed in the Full-time UST MBA program.

Academic Performance

We welcome applicants who hold a bachelor’s degree in any subject from a regionally accredited U.S. institution or the international equivalent. While many UST MBA students studied business at the undergraduate level, students who majored in the sciences, social sciences, liberal arts, engineering or other fields are also encouraged to apply. 

Two professional letters of recommendation

Letters of recommendation may be requested through the online application. As you decide who to ask for a reference, keep in mind they will be asked to speak to the following areas within their letter:

  • Their relationship to you and length of time they have known you
  • Their impression of your ability to succeed in a graduate business program
  • Your outstanding characteristics and areas where you need to grow or develop
  • Your present impact on your organization or business
  • How an M.B.A. would influence your professional growth
  • Your complete contact information

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Successful applicants to the part-time UST MBA program demonstrate they have the intellectual skills to succeed in the academic setting, the professional background to participate in classroom discussion and the character to make a positive contribution to the UST MBA community as a student and alumnus.

Each file is evaluated on its individual merits and strengths. Keep regular contact with the admissions office during the process for support in building a strong file.

Review the Application Checklist for detailed information on how to apply.

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