Applying to the International MBA program
Application to the Arcadia-AGS International MBA program is open to those who hold an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution, with a recommended GPA of 3.0. or better.
Additionally, professional experience in business or related fields, although not required, is beneficial.
Applicants are expected to have strong mathematical and quantitative skills, strong verbal and writing skills, and a broad knowledge and interest in economic and financial topics. Transcripts should reflect evidence of completion of accounting, finance and economic courses with a grade of B or better. Students lacking accounting, economics or finance coursework will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and may be admitted conditionally into the program.
The Admissions Committee considers applicants from a wide variety of national and educational backgrounds.
How to apply
To apply for admission to the Arcadia-AGS International MBA program, please fill out the online application form accessible by clicking here.
Additionally, please submit:
Please note that all documents in a language other than English or French must be accompanied by certified translations. Notarized translations alone will not be accepted. Translations do not replace original documents. Please remember to send both.
All documentation submitted will be confidential. Application materials cannot be returned once submitted to AGSBE.
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The admissions into the Arcadia-AGSBE International MBA program are done on a rolling basis. For information about application deadlines please contact Kambiz Zare at email@example.com.
Sir Christopher MacRae United Kingdom
I aim to help my students prepare for life beyond "the groves of academe" - especially how to ask the right questions to work out what is really going on out there. Along the way, they practice writing lucidly and succinctly. It is stimulating teaching such a lively crew. I hope they also find it fun being challenged to analyse the facts without prejudice and to think originally.