University of Washington Michael G. Foster School of Business
Masters of Business Administration
Two-year, Full Time
University of Washington Foster MBA students are immersed in one of the most innovative MBA experiences in the world, built to deliver a personalized education for a career path each student defines with extensive input. Students begin with a first-year integrated curriculum that focuses on core business concepts, includes tailored professional development to enhance business communication and leadership skills, and presents opportunities for international study and hands-on learning. By doing projects during the school year and internships with local companies such as Microsoft and Starbucks, or in places such as Thailand, New York City or Boston, students have frequent contact with the business community.
Foster MBA students can tap a broad range of elective courses in areas of special interest such as corporate finance or international marketing, choose from certificate programs such as entrepreneurship or global business, and augment business classes with flexible access to courses or dual-degree options in other university departments.
MBA fees for 2010-2011
Out-of-state tuition is $12,473 per quarter, and Washington residents pay $8,174. Other annual expenses are estimated at $26,354.
• Room and board – $15,656
• Books, computers, and supplies – $3,176
• Local transportation – $1,924
• Personal expenses – $3,020
• MBA Association & Club dues – $435
• Health Insurance - $1,600
• UW Student Fees - $543
MBA Application procedure and deadlines
Applications are accepted online at www.foster.washington.edu/mba
Deadlines to apply for fall 2011 are 10/15/10, 11/15/10, 01/20/11 (the final deadline for international applicants) and 3/15/11.
Deadlines to apply for fall 2012 are 10/15/11, 11/15/11, 01/20/12 (the final deadline for international applicants) and 3/15/12.
National ranked, internationally recognized
The UW Business School ranks among the nation’s best in Business Week, U.S.News & World Report, Forbes, and Business 2.0.
The MBA Program has an excellent career placement rate of more than 96% of its graduating students. The Business Connections Center facilitates connections between students, employers, alumni, and faculty. The Advisory Board includes prominent employers such as Microsoft, Ford Motor Company, Washington Mutual, Accenture, Alaska Airlines, Expedia, IBM, Hitachi Consulting, Hewlett-Packard, Nike, Weyerhaeuser, Starbucks, T-Mobile, Deloitte & Touche, and Intel.
The UW Business School believes that personal connections are essential to business education, just as they are to business. Advance counseling is strongly advised. The MBA Program encourages prospective students to visit campus to meet face-to-face with admissions staff or to attend a reception held in cities world wide. Applicants must:
- Complete the equivalent of a four-year U.S. bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
- Meet a quantitative analysis requirement and possess minimum English language skills
- Take the GMAT
- Possess a necessary level of English language skills
- Apply to each school, college, or department of interest if pursuing a concurrent degree
Michael G. Foster School of Business
110 Mackenzie Hall, Box 353200
Seattle, Washington 98195-3200, USA
Tel: +1 (1) 206 543 4661
Fax: +1 (1) 206 616 7351
E-mail: [email protected]
SEATTLE SKYLINE FROM 2005 PROFILE