Non-U.S. citizens/permanent residents (these applicants must obtain a work visa on their own)
Citizens/permanent residents with undergraduate degrees from outside the U.S.
Both categories of international applicants are required to follow the steps outlined below.
Send Official Mark Sheets and Degree Certificates
Applicants must send official mark sheets and degree certificates in both native language and English to FEMBA Admissions for verification; these will be returned after the review process. Applicants may also present documents in person at the FEMBA Admissions Office or during the on-campus event.
Do Not Convert Grade Point Average to American 4.0 Scale
Please note that we evaluate all international undergraduate education within the context of each country's system. We compare applicants based on the performance of other candidates from that country.
Do Not Send Transcript Evaluations
We perform our own evaluation of all documents. Please do not send document evaluations from an outside agency.
List All Post-Secondary Educational Institutions
Include technical and professional schools, regardless of the duration of attendance or whether the study was related to the field of management.
Exemption from the proficiency exam requirement is allowed only if the applicant has completed two years of full-time study or holds a bachelor's (or higher) degree from a university in a country in which English is BOTH the spoken language and medium of instruction (i.e., Australia and the United Kingdom).
Applicants educated in India, Pakistan or Singapore are required to take the exam.
Applicants with work experience of any duration in the United States are not eligible for exam exemption.
Applicants may opt for either of the following proficiency exams:
TOEFL - TEST OF ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE