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MBA Essay for Stanford Graduate School of Business

One of the best business schools according to U.S. News report provides with MBA programs in different fields depending on the Stanford schools:

Emmet Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Environment and Resources (E-IPER)

MS Environment & Resources/MBA

MA Education/MBA



MS Bioengineering/MBA


Application Deadlines for Class of 2013 (Entering Fall 2011) are the next:

Round 1     06 October 2010, 5:00 PM PT,

Round 2     06 January 2011, 5:00 PM PT,

Round 3     06 April 2011, 5:00 PM PT.

The non-refundable MBA Program application fee is $265.

The whole impression of MBA admission consultants from Stanford GSB: it’s much harder to get in, than in other B-schools, so be ready to work hard and to do your best for MBA admission. The qualities you should emphasize are: leadership and honesty. Be ready to show them in MBA personal statement and essay writing. You’re going to write 4 essays: answer to 2 questions with 4 options each, and write 2 of 4 given admission essays. First question should be answered in 750 words, the second in 450 and essays have to be in 300 words each. Don’t forget that GSB is unique, and you have to show your “fit” to GSB.

To provide you with further information about MBA application, there are some FAQ:

  • What is the median of years of work experience?

4 years. Work experience isn’t required and even college seniors and recent college graduates are encouraged to apply.

  • What is the average GMAT score?

730 points.

  • What references are required?

3 Letters of Reference are required: 2 Professional/Workplace References and 1 Peer Reference.

Base requirements for MBA application are:

  • Undergraduate Degree (or the equivalent of a US bachelor’s degree)
  • GMAT or GRE as an alternative
  • TOEFL, IELTS or PTE if you attended a non-English language instruction college/university.
  • Complete educational history is, starting with Secondary School (high school).
  • Academic Record
  • Unofficial transcript, scanned (preferably) or self-reported
  • Employment History
  • Resume and Letters of Reference

Stanford Graduate School of Business has excellent reputation and invites only the best graduates. The learning process can be complicated, especially for first-year students, but let your head never be hanging: there is always a helping hand by your side. For example, to meet problems in application process you can order professional application assistance service with our personal statement writers.