Deadlines for 2017 intake:
R1: Sep 13, 2017
R2: Jan 4, 2018
R3: Apr 18, 2018
Essays for 2017-18 (Class of 2020):
1. Describe the biggest commitment you have ever made. (500 words maximum)
2. Video essays
3. Optional Essay:
If any aspect of your candidacy needs further explanation (unexplained gaps in work experience, choice of recommenders, academic performance, promotions or recognitions, etc.), please provide a brief description here. (200 words maximum)
4. Career goals related essay (mandatory)
a. Which industry best aligns with your short-term, post-MBA career interests? – drop down menu
b. Which industry best aligns with your long-term, post-MBA career interests? – drop down menu
c. How did you arrive at these career interests? How have you or how will you position yourself to pursue them? (250 words maximum)
Two professional recommendations are required, one of which should ideally come from your most recent supervisor.
Yale accepts a four-year bachelor’s degree from an accredited U.S. institution or the international equivalent. International applicants with a three-year degree from an accredited institution may apply.
4. GMAT or GRE:
Submit your highest single score
TOEFL is not required
6. Application fee :
Yale follows a sliding-scale application fee structure. The standard application fee is $225. For applicants earning less than $20,000 a year, the application fee is $175. For applicants earning less than $10,000 a year, it is $125. The application fee is based on the self-reported compensation information you provide in the application.
Interviews are by invitation only.
If you have applied within the last two years, you do not need to submit new supplemental materials (GMAT score report, transcripts, and recommendations). You will still have to submit a new application form and new essays, and to pay the application fee. Submitting new recommendations is optional.