Application deadlines for international business schools now on PG events calender!

International Business Schools have started accepting applications for their MBA courses. That you don’t miss out on any deadlines for applications, we have put the important dates for admissions of the top 30 schools, according to Financial Times Rankings or (FT), on the events calender on the PaGaLGuY.com Homepage. The date of the ‘event’ listed on the events calender is the deadline of the first round of applications and more information about the application dates are given when you click on the listing.

The Lancaster University Management School, number 27 on the FT list has not published a deadline for its applications, hence it is missing from the events calender. Check it out here and apply if you think that it meets the ideals you set for your business school.

To add to it, there is our own little advice on a couple of things you need to remember before applying to all business schools:

Go through the application checklist carefully before applying to any B-school. Remember that your application could be rejected if it is incomplete in any regard. Although every b-school has its own checklist and you must read it carefully before applying, here is a list of the most common constituents of the application which you should not forget:

a) The duly filled in application form

b) Original transcripts from all the educational institutions attended so far which will be your Class 10th, 12th, graduation and post graduation certificates (if applicable)

c) GMAT score (if you haven’t arranged with Prometric for the score to be sent to the University)

d) Recommendation letters

e) Names and email ids of references (for schools that send links to student references to fill up the recommendations)

f) Financial statements (if applicable)

g) Required Application fee

h) The TOEFL score (if applicable)

Try and apply in the first round as it will give you more time to process your Visa in case you get an admission in the business school of your choice.

Do attend the MBA tours of schools you want to target, as this will give you more indepth information about the school and its culture.