The Center for Graduate Studies & Continuing Education
LIM College's MBA program welcomes a new class of students each September.
In order to be considered as a candidate for the LIM College MBA program, you must submit:
Application for Admission
A $40 non-refundable application fee (which can be paid through the online application)
Essay questions (which can be found on the online application)
Academic transcripts: candidates are required to hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in the U.S. or an equivalent undergraduate degree from a foreign country. An official transcript from the institution from which the applicant graduated is required. All other colleges/universities attended at the undergraduate and graduate levels may be requested in order to make a decision on admission to the program. If the undergraduate degree was completed outside of the United States, the Office of Admissions may request that your transcript be evaluated by World Education Service, AACRAO International Education Services, or another evaluation agency approved by NACES.
Two letters of recommendation: Any recommendations may be emailed to GraduateStudies@limcollege.edu. Also, you may use our online recommendation forms within the online application or you may mail to:
ATTN: Admissions - Graduate
12 East 53rd Street
New York, NY 10022
A personal interview is required. Applicants may conduct their interview by phone or in person. Appointments can be made by email: GraduateStudies@limcollege.edu.
A resume or CV that shows chronological work experience is required. The resume or CV can be uploaded as part of your online application.
International students may require the TOEFL or another exam to prove English proficiency. For details, please see the additional admissions requirements for international students.
Information for Transfer Students Applying to the LIM College MBA Program
Each transfer student’s record will be evaluated and interpreted individually for course equivalencies. Only transfers from accredited graduate institutions will be taken into consideration. Students can apply to transfer a maximum of six credits, earned within five years from the date of application. Students can only transfer approved credits where the final grade received is B or better.