Fox School of Business Offers 24 in 24 Program
Temple University’s Fox School of Business’s program “24 in 24” gives applicants an edge on admission. If an applicant applies from now until July 24, 2014, an admissions decision will be delivered to him or her in 24 hours.
“We don’t want the thought of applying to be cumbersome,” said Phyllis Tutora, Director of Graduate Admissions at Fox. “Summer is a time for people to be enjoying themselves. This program gives individuals a quick decision so that they can get on to enjoying the summer.”
The “24 in 24” program is for both Part-Time and Full-Time MBA students. The requirements for the application program are to have the required standardized testing scores, a completed application, university transcripts, one letter of recommendation and one essay. During this application period, the application fee will be waived for anyone who applies.
“We usually require two letters of recommendation and two essays for applicants but because of the summer, it’s sometimes harder to get letters of recommendation. We are really trying to make sure that there are no barriers to apply,” said Tutora.
The Fox School of Business is a nationally ranked program and has the best job placement in the country. The program also has an emphasis on a global perspective, culminating in international travel opportunities to network in locations like Africa, Asia and Latin America. Scholarships are still available for the coming academic year.
“We have had a very positive response so far. People really seem to like the 24-hour response time. We always try to have a quick turn around at the Fox School for admissions–this program really just streamlines the application to a quick decision,” said Tutora.