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UMass Amherst has a dedicated Veteran Services Office to assist you with your military benefits and available tuition assistance.
You do not need to have prior business education to be admitted.
We now accept your GRE scores instead of the GMAT. Find out how your GRE score compares to a GMAT result.
We offer core courses and electives throughout the year at our satellite campuses in Holyoke, Shrewsbury and Boston.
Who should write my professional recommendations?
Your professional recommendations should be written by direct supervisors (current and past), or clients who are familiar with your work.
What should I include in my personal statement? How long should it be?
Your personal statement should be one to two pages in length, and include information about your past and current academic and professional history, your future goals and reasons for pursuing a MBA, and other pertinent details that will help us evaluate you as a candidate.
My transcript is not in English. What do I do?
If your transcript is not in English, you must send us a certified translation of your official transcript from every non-U.S. undergrad and graduate school attended. Notarized and true attested copies of original academic documents are also accepted.
GMAT school code and waiver details.
Isenberg-UMass Amherst school code: 3917
If you have a Master’s degree from a US accredited institution with a 3.5 GPA and 5 years of work history, you do not need to take the GMAT or GRE exam.
Waivers may also apply for those with J.D., M.D., and PhD. degrees.
Am I eligible for tuition remission?
Full-time state employees, their spouses and unmarried dependent children (through age 25) who meet eligibility and admission requirements will receive 50% tuition remission for online courses.