Lincoln Center Cohort (Fall/August Start)
May 29, 2020
Westchester Cohort (Spring/January Start)
October 11, 2019
Applications Still Being Accepted for Spring!
|ESSAYS||Two (2) Required, One (1) Optional|
|LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION||One (1) Required, One (1) Optional|
|STANDARDIZED TEST SCORES||GMAT/GRE or Executive Assessment|
Academic Transcripts (Required)
We accept a scanned copy of your university transcripts for evaluative purposes. We do not accept records that you have downloaded for personal use.
Acceptable documents must include the university/college name, your name, degree conferred with the date (if applicable), grade point average and all courses with grades received. We require transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended.
If you are admitted to the program you will be required to submit official transcripts at the time of your enrollment deposit. Please plan ahead.
Essays (Two required, one optional)
The essays play an important role within your application and give you an opportunity to tell us a bit more about you and what you hope to achieve post-Gabelli. The best essays are genuine and concise (and have a word count limit).
Interviews are by invitation only and are required for all applicants that remain competitive following our initial application review.
- Interviews are conducted by members of the admissions staff, faculty members, current students, or alumni.
- Applicants should prepare for a 25- to 30-minute interview.
- Interviews are offered on select days throughout the week on a space-available basis. Interviews should be scheduled at least ten (10) days prior to the date you would like to interview.
- Applicants that are local (within the New York City vicinity) are expected to attend an in-person interview.
A one- or two-page résumé containing your employment and educational background is required with your application. The employment section on your résumé should include locations, titles, and dates, starting with your most recent position. The education section should include the degree awarded date and degrees received.
Letters of Recommendation (One required, one optional)
We require one (1) letter of recommendation and one is optional. Your recommenders should be able to assess your strengths, provide characteristics or attributes that best describe you, and define your ability to succeed in our graduate program. Ideally, the recommendation would come from an immediate supervisor, but this could also come from a professional colleague, or if you are in Business-2-Business, this could be from a client or vendor you may have a business relationship with.
Please note: All recommendations must be submitted electronically. Instructions for requesting the recommendation are located within our application.
Standardized Test Scores (GMAT/GRE or EA required)
All applicants to the Executive MBA program are required to submit GMAT, GRE, or Executive Assessment (EA) scores.
If sitting for a formal exam may not be for you, you may want to consider our Fordham Forum on Leadership and Growth. This three-day intensive executive development program will leave you energized and ready to tackle graduate study. And, by completing the Forum on Leadership and Growth, we will waive the test score requirement from your application. Please click here for more information for the Forum on Leadership and Growth