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In the heart of one of the most dynamic and influential cities in the world, the George Washington School of Business puts you in touch with the power to challenge ideas, asks you to look ahead, and prepares you to lead the way. Their graduate programs not only ground students in theory and research, but also connect them to the realities of their profession.
GW’s MBA students are at the forefront of smarter business — business that considers its impact on the world as well as the bottom line. In addition to rigorous training in traditional business competencies, every one of their MBA programs is infused with ethical leadership, corporate citizenship and a global perspective. This is not only the direction business is headed, this is what they stand for.
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The MBA curriculum is designed to achieve the following outcomes for students at George Washington Business School:
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The cost of the GW Business School Global MBA program is approximately $132,300 for full-time.
The Global MBA program has a fixed tuition rate for the 21-month program. Tuition is due in four equal payments at the beginning of each of the four semesters, and you can take advantage of a monthly billing plan that allows payments to be spread over up to five months for each semester.
1. Program tuition: $114,120 (Includes many of the costs associated with the Consulting Abroad Project, such as lodging, in-country transportation, many group meals, cultural events and CAP health insurance)
2. Additional Costs: Approximately $18,100, which includes:
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To be considered complete, the following must be included in the application:
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From scholarships and fellowships to loans and work-study arrangements, we offer a wealth of resources to help you finance your degree.
The GW School of Business offers merit-based fellowships to incoming students at the time of admission. While applying to graduate degree programs at GWSB, prospective students may opt in to be automatically considered for all fellowship award opportunities funded by the School of Business as well as various university-funded tuition awards administered by the Office of Graduate Student Assistantships and Fellowships (OGSAF). Unless otherwise stated, no separate application is required.
In limited circumstances, current students may also be eligible for merit-based tuition fellowship awards.
2. Federal Discounts
U.S. Citizens and eligible non-citizens may qualify for:
3. Employer Discounts
The GW School of Business offers a tuition discount to current employees of the following companies:
Global MBA students complete breadth as well as depth. The courses and electives offered are:
Minimum Score Requirements
A GMAT/GRE score report is not required as part of the application process for all MBA programs at GW. However, if you feel that submitting your scores will strengthen your application, you are welcome to submit them.
Should you choose not to submit a GMAT or GRE Score, they ask that you utilize your Statement of Purpose to highlight evidence supporting your academic preparedness. Also, include any quantitative experience in your professional and academic history that you believe has equipped you to succeed academically in the program.
There are potential implications should you choose not to provide a GMAT or GRE score as part of your admissions portfolio.
Often, a strong GMAT or GRE score can instill confidence in our committee when extending admission invitations.
Additionally, a test score can strongly influence committee decisions on merit-based funding via fellowships and graduate assistantship awards.
GMBA candidates: If you are a Global MBA applicant, they strongly recommend submitting a test score to strengthen your competitiveness for admission and funding awards.
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Once you are done with GMAT the entire application process usually take 4-6 weeks
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