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        MBA Application Guide 2020-21

        In our BusinessBecause MBA Application Guide 2020-21, we list the latest MBA application deadlines for the world’s top b-schools and explain how COVID-19 could impact your application

        Download the latest BusinessBecause MBA Application Guide 2021-2022

        Download our BusinessBecause MBA Application Guide 2020-21, where we list the latest full-time MBA application deadlines for the world’s best business schools to help you plan your business school application for a 2021 start.

        From our guide, you'll:

        - Get insider advice on how COVID-19 may impact your MBA application this cycle.

        - Read exclusive application tips from MBA admissions directors from top schools like Harvard, Duke Fuqua, LBS, and IE, and real example MBA essay questions.

        - Follow our step-by-step guide to your MBA application covering application rounds, GMAT, essays, resume, and recommendation letters.


        COVID-19 and your MBA application

        Is it worth pursuing an MBA? It’s the question we’re hearing the most from BusinessBecause users right now. The coronavirus pandemic has closed business school campuses, shifted admissions timelines, and forced MBA students around the world into studying online.

        However, we at BusinessBecause believe that the long-term value of an MBA will remain.

        The MBA is still the world’s most popular graduate management degree. Employers hire thousands of MBA graduates each year. 93% of MBA alumni say they would still pursue their degree knowing what they know now. Often, it’s at a time of crisis when applications to MBA programs increase.

        In our MBA Application Guide 2020-21, we explain how COVID-19 may make applying for MBA programs more competitive this cycle, with more candidates and deferrals filling up available seats.

        Round 2, rather than R1, is expected to be especially busy as new entrants to the market are more likely to have their applications ready by then; visa issues may be resolved; and some business schools, keen to fill classes in R1 after the disruption of 2020, will use R2 to optimize rather than build their classes.