The Graduate Admissions Committee welcomes applications from individuals whose undergraduate degrees are from accredited colleges or universities. Acceptance is based upon an evaluation of all credentials presented by the applicant. MD students are eligible to apply to the MD/MBA program during their 3rd year of Medical School.
Orientation week is scheduled the week before the start of the Fall semester. Attendance at orientation prior to the beginning of your first term is mandatory.
The Complete Application
Applicants should read the instructions carefully before filling out the forms and should keep copies of all material submitted during the application process. The online application and all supporting documentation become the confidential property of the School of Business and cannot be returned. By submitting the online application, the applicant certifies the information provided in the application is complete and accurate. The applicant also agrees that, if accepted, he or she will become familiar with and abide by the rules and regulations of the University of Miami, its Graduate School, as set forth in the Graduate Bulletin, and the School of Business Administration, Graduate Business Programs. The Admissions Committee will evaluate an application only after the file is complete with the following:
A non-refundable fee of $100.00 is required. Online applications will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee only upon receipt of the application fee. Personal check and credit card payment for the exact amount of the fee (in U.S. dollars) should be made payable to the University of Miami.
A current resume must be submitted with the application. Resumes should not be more than two pages in length.
Candidates for admission are required to hold a baccalaureate degree. Official transcripts for all undergraduate coursework as well as any post-graduate coursework from each university attended (including summer school, part-time study, or post-graduate even if only for one course) must be sent directly to the Graduate Business Programs office. An additional final transcript showing degree conferred and date of graduation should be sent after completion of any coursework still in progress at the time of admission. Applicants who received a degree from an international institution must request two official transcripts in sealed envelopes from the university attended. One set must be sent directly to Graduate Business Programs. The second set must be submitted to an official translation service. A certified English translation of both the transcript and the diploma, along with the original transcript and a photocopy of the diploma, must then be submitted to Graduate Business Programs. Transcripts should be sent to Graduate Business Recruiting and Admissions, University of Miami, P.O. Box 248505, Coral Gables, Florida 33124-6524.
Letter of Recommendation
Each applicant is required to submit one letter of recommendation. Most applicants provide a recommendation from a college instructor or from an employer or immediate supervisor.
Official GMAT or GRE Score Reports
The applicant is required to submit a recent score (less than 5 years old) of the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) or the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Test scores must be valid at the time of admissions.
The GMAT is administered as a computer-adaptive test (CAT) throughout North America and in many other parts of the world. Graduate Business Programs reserves the right to submit an applicant’s GMAT score to Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). For information and registration materials, please contact GMAC at www.mba.com. GMAT Code for University of Miami: 7NV-S1-96.
The computer-based GRE is offered Monday through Saturday in various locations. Contact Educational Testing Service to schedule an appointment by visiting their website www.gre.org or calling (800) GRE-CALL. The GRE locator code for the University of Miami is 5815 and for the MBA program is 4201.
We do not accept the LSAT nor the MCAT in lieu of the GMAT.