You will need the following for the online application:
Admissions decisions are rolling and applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible. Late applications will be reviewed for admission to the following quarter. Late applicants are advised to contact GSAL admissions staff.
Graduate Student-at-Large and Graduate Student-at-Large: Business
|Spring 2020||March 27 at 11:59 PM CT
(International Students Requiring J1 Visa: January 1, 2020)
|Summer 2020||June 15 at 11:59 PM CT
(International Students Requiring J1 Visa: March 1, 2020)
|Autumn 2020||September 15 at 11:59 PM CT
(International Students Requiring J1 Visa: July 1, 2020)
The GSAL Associate Director and team members will carefully review your application and, should you meet the general application standards, will invite you for either for a telephone or in-person interview. The interview is a time for you to share your main objectives and goals for participating in the GSAL or RS programs and an opportunity for the interviewer to help contextualize your academic performance thus far, and make collaborative plans for your academic future.
Applicants will be informed of the admissions decision by the end of the interview.
Once you are admitted, you must submit official transcripts to:
The University of Chicago Professional Education
455 North Cityfront Plaza Drive
Chicago, IL 60611
Or via email to email@example.com
Transcripts must be submitted by the end of the first week of matriculating as a GSAL or RS student. Failure to do so may result in the inability to register for courses and disciplinary action.
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