University of Bath School of Management University of Bath School of Management

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Priority will be given to fully documented, on-line applications received in advance of the closing deadline

Once applications have been submitted any outstanding supporting documents may be uploaded via your personal application tracker.

Supporting documents

MBA Referee form pdf icon word doc

Personal Statement & Scholarship application full-time personal statement and scholarship application form word document
(Full-time)

Personal Statement & Scholarship application part-time personal statement and scholarship application form word document
(Part-time MBA)

Application deadlines

Full -Time MBA

1 April 2017 - International Applications
1 August 2017 - UK/EU Applications

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Part -Time Executive MBA

1 March 2017 - all applications

Application checklist

The following documents can be submitted with your application or set as a condition of your offer:

International applicants

Graduation documents

You must provide official copies of your degree certificate(s) and transcripts (graduation documents). These documents support and speed up the offer and visa processes.

If the awarding university issues official documents in English, they will be acceptable for CAS/visa purposes.

If your official graduation documents are in a language other than English you must provide:

If the awarding university issues graduation documents translated to English from another language, you must also provide these documents in the original language.

UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) requirements

To meet UKVI requirements each qualification listed must meet the following criteria:

If you need any guidance on the above please contact the admissions team: mbaapps@management.bath.ac.uk

Personal statement guidance

Your 'Personal statement' of around 1000 words should include a reflection on the following areas:

Candidates 'at the margin' of three years' relevant business experience should also reflect on these points. We may use them to frame any one-to-one telephone conversations.