Quick FactsAverage 2013 GMAT: 686
Average 2013 GPA: 3.35
2013 Acceptance Rate: 36%
2015 Application Deadlines: October 15, 2014; January 15, 2015; April 15, 2015
University of Southern California Marshall Admissions
Application TipsUSC Marshall 2015 MBA Questions, Deadlines, Tips
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|8/3/2012||2012 Current Student Interview with Christina from USC Marshall|
|6/29/2012||2012 USC Marshall MBA Student Interview|
|2/2/2012||2012 USC Marshall MBA Q&A with Kellee Scott|
|2/2/2011||2011 USC Marshall MBA Admissions with Kellee Scott|
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Top Ranked Part-Time MBAs
The U.S. News has released its list of the top-ranked part time MBA programs. Here are the top 10: 1. UC Berkeley (Haas) 2. U Chicago (Booth) 3. Northwestern (Kellogg) 4. NYU (Stern) 5. UCLA (Anderson) 6. U Michigan (Ross) 7 (tie). Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) 7 (tie). U Texas- Austin (McCombs) 9. Ohio State (Fisher) 10 (tie). U Minnesota- Twin Cities (Carlson) 10 […]Read More
USC Marshall 2015 MBA Essay Tips & Deadlines
On one hand, the new USC Marshall MBA essay question is very focused: goals, why Marshall. There is a little twist, however, which gives the question an intriguing complexity: personal and/or professional goals… What does this twist say about Marshall? That the adcom trusts you to frame your goals in the most meaningful way, and […]Read More