Taking the First Step
- Application Deadline
- Deposit Due
Round 1Application Deadline
October 6, 2021
Preferred deadline for Goizueta BBA studentsNotification
November 18, 2021Deposit Due
December 15, 2021
Round 2Application Deadline
November 10, 2021
Preferred deadline for international applicantsNotification
January 20, 2022Deposit Due
February 17, 2022
Round 3Application Deadline
January 12, 2022
Final deadline for applicants graduating from international institutions and those desiring scholarship considerationNotification
March 16, 2022Deposit Due
April 6, 2022
Round 4Application Deadline
March 9, 2022Notification
April 13, 2022Deposit Due
May 4, 2022
We require a $175 application fee from all MBA applicants. U.S. Military service members and veterans will receive an automatic application fee waiver generated upon submission of the application. Do not submit an application fee if you meet the criteria, we are unable to process a reimbursement. We do not issue retroactive waivers.
Applicants to Goizueta's MS in Business Analytics are required to take the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) or the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).
Official score reports must be sent to Goizueta Business School directly from the testing service. You should complete the exam and request the official scores in enough time to be received by our office by the MS in Business Analytics application deadline of the round in which you are applying (estimated delivery time is 20 business days). Both GMAT and GRE scores are valid for five years from the examination date. If you have taken the tests multiple times, please submit all of your scores.
You are encouraged to take the GMAT or GRE early in your application process so that if you do not perform as well as you would like, you have the ability to retake the exam prior to any deadlines.
Goizueta Business School expects all students to possess strong communication skills in English.
You are not required to submit an English Language Test Score if your undergraduate degree is from an institution in which English is the language of instruction AND you work in a country where commerce is generally conducted in English (for Example: India, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Singapore, Ghana, Nigeria and Uganda). No TOEFL waiver is required, please do not request one.
For all other Master's in Business Analytics applicants whose native language is not English, we require the TOEFL exam (minimum score 100 IBT), the IELTS exam (minimum score 7.0), or the Pearson Test of English (PTE) (minimum score 68). We require official scores be sent directly from the testing agency and to be received by our office by the deadline of the round in which you are applying (estimated delivery time is 20 days from test date or date requested). Your application will remain incomplete until the scores are received; unofficial test-taker copies are not accepted.
English Language Test waiver may be requested if a candidate has:
- Spent at least 3 years in the U.S. studying toward completion of an undergraduate degree, OR
- Completed a graduate degree in the U.S. followed by at least 2 years of work in the U.S.
Requests for a TOEFL waiver should be submitted in writing after you have submitted your application. Please provide explanation in the body of your email to show how you meet the above requirements.
A one- or two-page résumé containing your employment and education background must be uploaded to your MS in Business Analytics application. The employment section on the résumé should include locations, titles, and dates, starting with your most recent job. The education section should include dates of attendance and degrees received.
We accept a scanned copy of your university transcripts for evaluative purposes. Acceptable documents must include the university/college name, your name, degree conferred with date (if applicable), grade point average and all courses with grades received. We require transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended. Be sure to include a record of your degree.
If you are admitted to the MS in Business Analytics program, you will be required to submit official transcripts at the time of your enrollment deposit. Please plan ahead.
We consider the essay section of your application to be a very important part of the Master's in Business Analytics application process. The essays give you the opportunity to show the Admissions Committee a bit about yourself and your goals that extend beyond the application questions.
The MS in Business Analytics (MSBA) essays consist of two written essays and one video essay.
For each of the written essays, please attach a one-page (12-point font, double-spaced) personal statement to your application addressing the following topics:
WRITTEN ESSAY 1
Tell us why you are applying to the MSBA program and why you are applying at Goizueta Business School. Help us understand why your background and/or skills prepare you for this degree. Also, please include any post-MSBA goals and what role you envision to play in today's data-driven workplace. Include any specific fields of interest to you.
WRITTEN ESSAY 2
Describe a project where you used your quantitative/technical skills to solve a problem. Please describe the problem/situation, the actions you took, and the results of your actions.
MSBA VIDEO ESSAY
Within the application, you will be provided with a question to answer. You will have 30 seconds to gather your thoughts and prepare your answer. You will then have up to 60 seconds to respond to the question. You will be permitted 3 attempts to record your video essay, however each opportunity could present a different question.
As part of the Master's in Business Analytics application, we require two letters of recommendation submitted either online or via hardcopy. We prefer that these recommendations are educational/professional in nature and that can highlight a candidate's research potential, past academic and/or career achievements. Please be thoughtful when selecting your recommenders.
Recommendation forms are sent electronically by email to your recommenders through our application system. Please allow enough time for your recommender to submit their letters by the stated round deadline.
Interviews are an important part of the MS in Business Analytics admission process. The admissions interview offers you the opportunity to explain more in depth your educational and career experiences to date, and to elaborate on your post-MSBA career plans. The interviewer is interested in both your educational and professional accomplishments, as well as your leadership and community achievements.
Interviews are by invitation only after review of your completed file.
Before beginning the application, review the helpful hints below.
After first creating an account, an email will be sent to the address you listed with an autogenerated password. This email is usually sent within five minutes of your registration. Please check your junk folder if you do not see the email. For assistance, you may email us.
Disable any Pop-up Blockers running on your computer when completing the online application. Pop-up Blockers may prevent you from creating an account and/or from logging back in once your account has been created. Browser: Our application is compatible with most browsers and devices. It works most optimally in Google Chrome.
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