MBA Admissions

Overview

As an admission committee, our goal is to select students who will achieve academic and professional success through the Leeds MBA program. We aim to select the most talented and diverse candidates through a holistic review of the application materials. Admission decisions are made by balancing quantitative and qualitative strengths such as undergraduate GPA, test scores, professional experience, and unique potential to contribute in the classroom and MBA community. We focus on admitting students who will thrive at Leeds and add value to the MBA program.

Class of 2015 Profile

International Applicants

International students are those who already have, or will be applying for, a temporary U.S. visa (most commonly the F-1 and J-1 visas). If you are a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, asylee, or refugee—or if you have submitted the Form I-485 to the Department of Homeland Security in application for permanent residency status and have received a receipt for the form—you are considered a domestic applicant.

Evening MBA Applicants

Applicants to the Evening MBA program should visit the Evening MBA Admissions page for admissions requirements.

Previous Applicants

Applicants who have previously applied to the Full-time or Evening MBA program will need to submit a new application for admission. The new application will include updated personal and educational information, additional recommendations, and responses to the new essay questions. Additionally, you should provide a personal statement in the Additional Information section outlining how you have improved your candidacy for the program this year. Previous application materials such as official copies of transcripts, GMAT and TOEFL/IELTS scores, etc. are kept on file in the MBA Programs Office for two years. You will be required to pay an additional application fee when you submit your completed application.

Transfer Applicants

The Leeds MBA program does not accept any transfer credits. Candidates who are currently enrolled in another MBA program may apply but must complete the Leeds MBA in its entirety to earn an MBA degree from the University of Colorado Boulder. The University of Colorado Boulder does not issue duplicate degrees; therefore, applicants who have already earned an MBA from another institution are not eligible for admission.

International

The Leeds School welcomes applications from international candidates. The cultural diversity and perspectives that international students bring to the program enriches the experience for all of our MBA students. We will evaluate candidates from outside the US using the same criteria used for domestic applicants. However, some additional information is required to complete the application for international candidates.

International Student Admissions Criteria

Required Credentials and Grade Standards

A four-year bachelor's degree or its equivalent is required for admission into the graduate programs at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Admission standards are competitive and students are expected to have excellent academic records. View details for country-specific requirements for credential and grade standards. This page is for the purpose of prescreening only. Meeting the minimum credential and grade requirements does not guarantee admission.

Transcripts

For admission consideration, we request that you upload unofficial transcripts from all post-secondary education (including community colleges, study abroad, summer sessions, and extension programs) in the application.

These unofficial transcripts must be complete (including all courses), include grades, be issued in the original language and be accompanied by certified English translations when applicable.

If you are offered admission, one official transcript for each university attended will be required prior to your enrollment in the first term.

Phone: +1.303.492.8397

Financial Statement

International applicants are required to submit a financial statement. This document assures the University of Colorado at Boulder that sufficient funds are available to the student to finance his or her two year stay at the Leeds School of Business. The financial statement must be notarized and signed by a bank official, sponsoring company, or an individual with supporting documentation (such as bank statements from the previous three months). This statement must be submitted with your MBA application and is available in the online application.

English Language Proficiency

The Leeds MBA program is rigorous both quantitatively and qualitatively and an excellent command of written and spoken English is essential. Applicants who have not completed an undergraduate or graduate degree in the United States or whose native language is not English must submit satisfactory test scores for evaluation. Applicants should request that the scores be reported directly to the University of Colorado Boulder MBA program.

We will accept the following tests of language sufficiency:

  • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) The MBA Program requires a minimum score of 250 on the computer-based test (CBT), or 80 on the internet-based test (IBT).
  • IELTS (International English Language Test) The MBA program requires a minimum score of 6 on the IELT.
  • Pearson Test of English Academic. The MBA program requires a minimum score of 55 on the PTE Academic.

Citizens of the following countries are exempt from the language requirement:

  • Australia
  • Belize (formerly British Honduras)
  • Botswana
  • Canada (residents of Quebec must submit scores unless they earned a degree from McGill University)
  • The Commonwealth Caribbean
  • Ghana
  • Great Britain
  • India
  • Ireland
  • New Zealand
  • Nigeria
  • Rhodesia (formerly Zimbabwe)
  • Scotland
  • Singapore
  • South Africa

Pre-Enrollment Preparation Program

Participation, leadership, and teamwork are all central components of American MBA programs. Students are expected to participate actively, communicate clearly, and work effectively in teams. Many professors and students in MBA programs across the U.S. agree that, although international students bring an incredible wealth of knowledge to their programs, they are often overshadowed by their American counterparts. Our one week long Program for International Participants (PIP) helps to bridge this gap between knowledge and effective participation and contribution in MBA programs.

For students who need additional English language preparation, we also recommend the English Language Intensive Program (ELIP) which provides business-focused sessions in conversation, writing and presentation skills.

Download Pre-Enrollment Program Descriptions

Deadlines

We strongly encourage international candidates to submit applications in the first or second rounds of the admission cycle. The deadlines are November 15 or January 15. This allows enough time for the issuance of a student visa.

Application Fee

The Full-time MBA application fee is $70 US. Application fees may be paid by credit card, check or money order. Checks should be made payable to the University of Colorado and must be drawn on an American bank. Submit your payment with your application as applications will not be reviewed without payment of the application fee. Include your full name and date of birth on your check or money order to ensure the payment is credited to your application. Do not send cash. Application fees are not refundable and will not be waived.

Fellowships

Fellowships are available to selected international candidates. International candidates may apply for fellowships as part of the online application. International applicants who are seeking fellowships should apply in the first or second rounds of the admissions cycle for best consideration as fellowship awards are limited and are generally granted to competitive applicants who apply early.

Financial Aid

Need-based financial aid is available for U.S. citizens and eligible non-citizens.

Eligible non-citizens may be:

  • U.S. permanent residents with an I-551
  • Conditional permanent residents with an I-551C
  • Noncitizens with an I-94 showing "Asylum Granted," "Refugee," "Indefinite Parole," "Humanitarian Parole,"or "Cuban-Haitian Entrant"

Visit EduPass for general information about financial aid for international students studying in the U.S.

The Rowe Fund is the student loan program of the Organization of American States. It awards interest-free loans to qualified persons from Latin American and Caribbean countries to help finance graduate, postgraduate, and the final two years of undergraduate studies at accredited universities within the United States.

Criteria

Admission to the Leeds MBA program is competitive. The admission committee conducts a holistic review of your application in an effort to select the most qualified candidates for admission. Our decisions are based on a number of criteria including (but not limited to) the list below.

Academic Competitiveness

Applicants must have completed the equivalent of a four-year U.S. baccalaureate degree at a regionally accredited institution. In addition to your cumulative grade point average, we also consider the rigor of your undergraduate major as well as the academic caliber of the institution awarding the degree. The admission committee does not consider an online-based baccalaureate program equivalent to a traditional campus-based undergraduate experience. Although some on-line course work can be a part of the applicant's record, we prefer at least two years of campus-based residential classes to be part of the applicant's curriculum.

Completed graduate-level courses or degrees are also considered a part of the cumulative educational background. Transcripts from any graduate course work should also be submitted for consideration.

Note: The University of Colorado Boulder does not issue duplicate degrees; therefore, applicants who have already earned an MBA from a U.S. institution are not eligible for admission.

Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) and GRE General Test (GRE)

The GMAT and GRE are other indicators of academic competitiveness and a help in assessing applicant qualifications for graduate business study. GMAT and GRE scores are valid for five years. For Fall 2014 admission, applicants should submit scores from tests taken since June 2009. GMAT or GRE scores are required for admission consideration.

Academic Background

Enrolling candidates from different undergraduate disciplines is a valued part of creating a diverse classroom environment. Consequently, no specific undergraduate coursework is required for admission to the MBA program. Although there are no prerequisites for the program, applicants who possess quantitative/mathematical skills and have some familiarity with business terminology are typically more successful in the program. We encourage candidates to have completed calculus, college level statistics and/or college algebra; along with microeconomics and principles of accounting before beginning the MBA program.

Professional Experience

At least two years of full-time, post-graduate work experience is strongly recommended. Although some applicants without full-time work experience are admitted each year, candidates without work experience must present outstanding qualifications in all other categories of the application.

Professional work experience adds relevance and depth to the learning process and allows greater contribution to classroom discussions and project work. The admission committee considers the quality of your professional experience in addition to the length of your work history. Increasing levels of responsibility and career progression are important components of our evaluation. A clearly defined career direction that matches what a Leeds MBA can offer is also an important element in our evaluation. Applicants who do not have post-graduate work experience may apply but may be at a significant disadvantage in the admissions review.

Letters of Recommendation

Applicants are required to submit two letters of recommendation from sources in a position to evaluate your professional experience. One recommendation must be from a person who has supervised or managed your work. The other recommendation can be from another supervisor or person with whom you have maintained a professional relationship (i.e. co-worker, colleague, client, vendor, etc.).

Recommenders should be able to evaluate the applicant's potential to lead and manage others, personal qualities, interpersonal skills, and professional accomplishments in an organizational context. For this reason, the Leeds MBA program discourages academic references.

Interviews

Interviews are required for admission. After an initial application evaluation is completed, selected candidates will be contacted to schedule an interview. An on-campus interview is preferred, but we will also conduct phone interviews for applicants who cannot travel to Boulder. An interview is an excellent opportunity for you to present aspects of your candidacy beyond what can be submitted in writing. The interview also offers you a chance to ask questions and gain a greater understanding of the strengths of the Leeds School and the MBA program.

Deadlines

Applications for the Leeds MBA programs at the University of Colorado at Boulder are accepted for the fall semester only. The Leeds School of Business MBA program divides the admission cycle into three rounds of applications. This breaks the process into smaller pools of applicants allowing you to stand out more in the committee's evaluation.

We encourage all candidates to apply early for best consideration. Marginal candidates may be deferred to a later admission round giving them an increased chance of acceptance. Candidates who are denied admission in an early round may not reapply in a subsequent round.

International Applicants should apply in the first or second round of the admission cycle for best consideration to allow sufficient time for issuance of a student visa.

Admission Deadlines

  • First Round: November 15, 2013
  • Second Round: January 15, 2014
  • Third Round: April 1, 2014

Admission Decisions

The Admissions Committee will make every effort to release admissions decisions by the dates indicated.

  • First Round: February 15, 2014
  • Second Round: April 15, 2014
  • Third Round: June 15, 2014

Apply

Before submitting your application, review the application instructions and checklist to be sure your application is accurate and complete. Missing information or credentials will delay the processing of your application.

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Application Checklist

Instructions

Applicants should complete the Leeds MBA online application. Items sent by mail (transcripts and recommendations) should be marked (when possible) with your full legal name and date of birth for identification purposes. Send items to the following address:

  • MBA Programs Office
    Leeds School of Business
    University of Colorado Boulder
    995 Regent Drive UCB 419
    Boulder, CO 80309-0419

We will send you important communications regarding your application status by mail and by email. It is critical to keep your mailing address and email address current. Update the MBA Programs office immediately if your contact information changes.

Carefully review the following instructions to ensure your application will be complete when submitted. Missing information or credentials will delay the processing of your application and may affect your chances of admission.

Requirements for a Completed Application

  1. Completed and submitted Leeds MBA online application.
  2. Non-refundable $70 (U.S.) application fee. Application fees may be paid by credit card, check or money order. Checks should be made payable to the University of Colorado and must be drawn on an American bank. Submit your payment with your application as applications will not be reviewed without payment of the application fee. Include your full name and date of birth on your check or money order to ensure the payment is credited to your application. Do not send cash. Application fees are not refundable and will not be waived.

  3. Unofficial Transcripts. Upload unofficial transcripts from each collegiate institution you have attended to the online application form (except for any University of Colorado campus). This includes community colleges, study abroad, summer sessions, and extension programs regardless of the length of attendance, whether or not courses were completed and whether or not you believe the record will affect your admission.

    These unofficial transcripts must be complete (including all courses), include grades, be issued in the original language and be accompanied by certified English translations when applicable.

    If you are offered admission, one official transcript for each university attended will be required prior to your enrollment in the first term.
  4. GMAT or GRE Test Scores. The Leeds School of Business requires all applicants to take the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) or the General Test (GRE). The Leeds MBA program does not accept LSAT scores in lieu of the GMAT. GMAT and GRE scores are only valid for 5 years. For Fall 2014 enrollment, the admissions committee will accept official GMAT or GRE scores taken after June 2009. If you have taken the GMAT or GRE test more than one time, your highest test score will be used in the admissions evaluation.

    The GMAT code for the University of Colorado Boulder MBA program is IIS-Z2-95. The GRE code for the University of Colorado Boulder is 4841.

  5. Letters of Recommendation. You are required to submit two letters of recommendation from sources in a position to evaluate your professional experience. Recommenders may be notified of your request for a recommendation by email through the online application. Recommendations can be submitted online or by mail. Hard-copy recommendations should be printed on company letterhead and be accompanied by the completed recommendation form

    One recommendation must be from a person who has supervised or managed your work. The other recommendation can be from another supervisor or person with whom you have maintained a professional relationship (i.e. co-worker, colleague, client, vendor, etc.).

    Recommenders should be able to evaluate the applicant's potential to lead and manage others, personal qualities, interpersonal skills, and professional accomplishments in an organizational context. For this reason, the Leeds MBA program discourages academic references.
  6. Recommendations must be from people who have supervised or managed your work. One of those should be your current supervisor; the other can be a former supervisor or another person in the organization who acts in a supervisory role. Applicants who are unable to provide such a letter should include a note of explanation.

    Recommenders should be able to evaluate the applicant's potential to lead and manage others, personal qualities, interpersonal skills, and professional accomplishments in an organizational context. For this reason, the Leeds MBA program discourages academic references.

  7. Essays. Candidates must submit responses to three required essays with the online application.

Essay 1: Required for all applicants

  1. Discuss your career progression to date. Why do you want to pursue an MBA at this point in your career, and how will an MBA degree, from the Leeds School of Business specifically, help you achieve your career goals? (max. 1,000 words)

Submit responses to two (2) of the following three (3) questions.

  1. At Leeds, our priority is to educate principled, innovative leaders who drive value. Describe a work-related dilemma in which you perceived conflict between your personal ethics and the situation at hand. What was the resolution? (max. 500 words)
  2. Mentors often play a significant role in our professional development. What is the best career advice you’ve been given by a mentor and how have you implemented that advice in your professional journey? (max. 500 words)
  3. Marking cattle with a hot iron? Far from it. Companies, and individuals, use branding to distinguish themselves from their competitors and communicate their value in the marketplace. Describe your personal brand.

    You may respond to this question by uploading an essay (max. 500 words) or other document (.pdf, .ppt, etc.) of not more than 4 pages. Links to online submissions (blog entries, videos, etc.) will also be considered. Feel free to be creative with your response format.

Creativity Challenge (Optional)

Creativity is one of the many factors in the admission process that helps us to select the brightest, most talented and diverse candidates each year. We invite you to submit a creativity challenge as a supplement to your MBA application. If this sample of your creativity is other than a written work, please also include a description of your submission and its relevance to your MBA application. (maximum 250 words)

Past submissions have included (but should in no way be limited to) the following:

  • physical object (such as a design or a piece of art)
  • business plan
  • marketing campaign
  • photo (or series of photos) that depict your creativity
  • essay that describes you at your most creative

Please note that your submission becomes the property of the Leeds School of Business and cannot be returned for any reason. Do not submit anything perishable (e.g. food or drinks) or that has been worn (e.g. clothing).

Additional Information (Optional)

Provide any additional information or insights into your application that you feel would be useful to the admission committee in evaluating your candidacy.

Checklist

Carefully review the application checklist below to ensure that your application will be complete once you submit it. Missing information or credentials delay the processing of your application and may affect your chances of admission.

Printable Checklist

1. Completed MBA application submitted online

The completed application will include:

  • Completed applicant data forms
  • Unofficial transcripts
  • Responses to three essay questions as detailed in the online application
  • A professional resume
  • In-state tuition classification form (Colorado residents only—in the online application)
  • Financial statement (international candidates only—in the online application)

2. A $70 (US) non-refundable application fee

3. Official GMAT or GRE scores. The GMAT code for the Leeds School of Business is IIS-Z2-95. The GRE code for the University of Colorado Boulder is 4841.

4. Two professional references

5. Official TOEFL scores (for International Applicants). The TOEFL code for the Leeds School of Business is 4841.

Interviews

Interviews are required for admission. After an initial evaluation of your application is complete, selected candidates will be contacted by email to schedule an interview. Interviews are conducted in-person, by phone and via Skype. Although an in-person interview is not required, it is an excellent opportunity to visit campus, meet with current students, sit in on a class, and learn more about Leeds. We look forward to meeting you.

Status

Candidates should continue to check their application status and submit any missing credentials or information to the MBA Programs office immediately. Once you have submitted your application, the admission evaluation will begin. Selected candidates will be notified to schedule an admissions interview.

Application Status Check

You can check the status of your application and receive your admission decision online by logging into your online application using your user name and password. Missing materials should be submitted as quickly as possible to avoid delays in the processing of the application.

If you have questions about your application status, you may also call 303.492.8397 or email the MBA Programs office. Please identify yourself with your full, legal name and date of birth in your email.

Admission Decisions

Decisions are generally made within eight weeks from the time a completed application is submitted and not later than twelve weeks after the deadline for the admission round in which the candidate is applying.

The MBA Program Office will only release information on the status of the application to the applicant. The Leeds School of Business policy, based on federal and state guidelines, is to hold in confidence all information that the candidate provides in the application materials. Applicants who would like anyone else to have access to application information should notify the MBA Programs office in writing of the individual's information (name, address and email address) and the preferred method of communication (email or postal mail).

Keep Your Mailing Address Current

We send you important information by mail regarding admission, registration, and orientation, as well as other information. If your address changes after you’ve submitted your application, notify the MBA Programs office immediately at 303.492.8397 or by email. Include your full legal name and birth date in your email for identification purposes.

Keep Your Email Address Current

List a valid and active email address on your application. Keep your email updated at all times. If your email address changes or is no longer valid, notify the MBA Programs office by email. Include your full legal name and birth date in your email for identification purposes.

Confirm or Defer

Confirming Enrollment

Congratulations on your admission to the Leeds MBA program! If you plan to enroll in the fall semester, you must confirm your intent to enroll in the MBA program by submitting the non-refundable enrollment deposit online. Follow the instructions in your admission letter to submit your enrollment deposit. The confirmation deadline varies based on the date you were offered admission and is listed in your admission letter.

Deferring Enrollment

The Leeds School of Business does not typically allow candidates admitted to the MBA Program to defer enrollment. However, admitted candidates with special circumstances may request consideration for deferral by sending a written request by mail or email to the MBA Programs office. Candidates who submitted an application to the MBA program within the past year, but did not enroll or defer before the admission confirmation deadline, must reapply. Please review the reapplication instructions to reactivate your application.

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News

Acceptance of GRE® Scores for Admission Into MBA Programs Is Growing Fast

Marketwire

July 13, 2011

In nearly two months, 100 additional business schools, including the Leeds School of Business, have joined the more than 500 already accepting the GRE® General Test for MBA admissions.


Events

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University of Colorado Graduate and Professional School Preparation Program

April 19, 2014

8:30 am – 1:00 pm

Leeds School of Business - Room 210
995 Regent Drive
Boulder, CO 80309

Thinking about attending graduate or professional school? The CU Graduate School Preparation Program is designed to prepare you to be a competitive applicant to a graduate or professional school program. This session will provide guidance and education on admissions, test preparation, essay writing, interviews and other topics.

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Event

MS Data Analytics and Supply Chain Management Information Sessions

April 22, 2014

5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Leeds School of Business - Room S233 995 Regent Drive Boulder, CO

Attend the MS Data Analytics and Supply Chain Management Information Session. Learn more about the new and innovative programs offered by the Leeds School and how these new programs are designed to enhance your marketability into the future.

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MS Data Analytics and Supply Chain Management Information Sessions

April 30, 2014

5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Leeds School of Business - Room S233 995 Regent Drive Boulder, CO

Attend the MS Data Analytics and Supply Chain Management Information Session. Learn more about the new and innovative programs offered by the Leeds School and how these new programs are designed to enhance your marketability into the future.

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Past Events

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MS Data Analytics and Supply Chain Management Information Sessions

April 10, 2014

5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Leeds School of Business - Room S233 995 Regent Drive Boulder, CO

Attend the MS Data Analytics and Supply Chain Management Information Session. Learn more about the new and innovative programs offered by the Leeds School and how these new programs are designed to enhance your marketability into the future.

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MBA Programs Information Sessions

April 9, 2014

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Koelbel S233

Join us to learn more about the full-time MBA and Evening MBA programs. We will discuss curriculum, student life, admissions and financial aid. In addition, current students will lend their perspective and answer questions.

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MS Data Analytics and Supply Chain Management Information Sessions

April 1, 2014

5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

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MS Data Analytics and Supply Chain Management Information Sessions

March 13, 2014

1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Center for Community Willard Loop Dr Boulder, CO 80309 Room S350

MS Data Analytics and Supply Chain Management Information Sessions.


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MBA Programs Information Sessions

March 11, 2014

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Koelbel S233

Join us to learn more about the full-time MBA and Evening MBA programs. We will discuss curriculum, student life, admissions and financial aid. In addition, current students will lend their perspective and answer questions.

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MS Data Analytics and Supply Chain Management Information Sessions

February 25, 2014

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

University Memorial Center
1669 Euclid Ave
Boulder, CO
UMC Room 417

MS Data Analytics and Supply Chain Management Information Sessions.


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MBA Programs Information Sessions

February 11, 2014

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Koelbel S233

Join us to learn more about the full-time MBA and Evening MBA programs. We will discuss curriculum, student life, admissions and financial aid. In addition, current students will lend their perspective and answer questions.

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MS Data Analytics and Supply Chain Management Information Sessions

February 5, 2014

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

University Memorial Center
1669 Euclid Ave
Boulder, CO
UMC Room 382

MS Data Analytics and Supply Chain Management Information Sessions.


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MS Data Analytics and Supply Chain Management Information Sessions

January 28, 2014

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Center for Community-J.D. Abrams Student Cultural Center Lounge
University of Colorado
2249 Willard Loop Drive
Boulder, CO 80310

Deciding to study for a master’s degree is an investment in your future. At Leeds, we understand that pursuing a graduate business education will support your personal and professional goals.

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MS Data Analytics and Supply Chain Management Information Sessions

January 22, 2014

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Center for Community-J.D. Abrams Student Cultural Center Lounge
University of Colorado
2249 Willard Loop Drive
Boulder, CO 80310

Deciding to study for a master’s degree is an investment in your future. At Leeds, we understand that pursuing a graduate business education will support your personal and professional goals.

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MS Data Analytics and Supply Chain Management Information Sessions

January 16, 2014

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Center for Community-Room S341
University of Colorado
2249 Willard Loop Drive
Boulder, CO 80310

Deciding to study for a master’s degree is an investment in your future. At Leeds, we understand that pursuing a graduate business education will support your personal and professional goals.

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Event

MBA & MS Data Analytics and Supply Chain Management Information Sessions Programs -Downtown Denver

January 15, 2014

12:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Office of the President
First Floor Conference Room
1800 Grant Street
Denver, CO 80203

You are invited to join us for the MBA & MS Data Analytics and Supply Chain Management Information Sessions Programs. These sessions will be hosted in Downtown Denver.

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Event

MBA Programs Information Sessions

January 13, 2014

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Koelbel S233

Join us to learn more about the full-time MBA and Evening MBA programs. We will discuss curriculum, student life, admissions and financial aid. In addition, current students will lend their perspective and answer questions.

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Event

MBA Programs Information Session

December 11, 2013

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Koelbel S233

Join us to learn more about the full-time MBA and Evening MBA programs. We will discuss curriculum, student life, admissions and financial aid. In addition, current students will lend their perspective and answer questions.

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MBA Programs Information Session

November 13, 2013

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Koelbel S233

Join us to learn more about the full-time MBA and Evening MBA programs. We will discuss curriculum, student life, admissions and financial aid. In addition, current students will lend their perspective and answer questions.

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Event

QS World MBA Tour

October 28, 2013

4:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Colorado Convention Center
700 14th Street
Denver, CO 80202

Discover how an MBA can be a real game changer. Speak to admissions directors from top local and international business schools to get the answers you are searching for.

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Event

MBA Information Fair

October 17, 2013

6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Marriott Denver City Center
1701 California St
Denver, Colorado
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Inside the MBA provides an opportunity for prospective MBA students to gain insights about MBA programs, including how to choose an MBA program and navigating the MBA admissions process.

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MBA Programs Information Session

October 16, 2013

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Koelbel S233

Join us to learn more about the full-time MBA and Evening MBA programs. We will discuss curriculum, student life, admissions and financial aid. In addition, current students will lend their perspective and answer questions.

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Event

MBA Programs Information Session

September 4, 2013

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Koelbel S233

Join us to learn more about the full-time MBA and Evening MBA programs. We will discuss curriculum, student life, admissions and financial aid. In addition, current students will lend their perspective and answer questions.


Event

Leeds MBA Preparation Program

April 13, 2013

9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Koelbel 210

Thinking of about an MBA? The Leeds MBA Preparation Program is designed to prepare you to be a competitive applicant to an MBA program. This session will provide guidance and education on GMAT and GRE test preparation, essay writing, interviews and other topics.

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Publications

Publication

Leeds MBA Brochure

February 2011

Leeds MBA Program Brochure

Full Publication


Contact

MBA Application