Posted by: Alison Damast on July 21, 2008
Students applying to University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business during the first application cycle this fall will have to get their applications together sooner than expected. The school announced today that the new deadline for Round One applications has been moved from Nov. 1, 2008 to Oct. 10, 2008. The move will allow applicants selected for interviews to have more time to schedule their interviews, the school said in an announcement on their Web site.
The school is encouraging students interested in applying to Ross this year to apply during Round One.
Those who do so will have two extra chances for review in the second and third application rounds, the school said. In addition, they will be considered for scholarships in both Round One and Round Two.
With the new deadline, Round One applicants can expect to be invited to the school for an interview as early as mid-October, the school said. All interview invitations will be extended to students before Dec. 1.