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Yale Full-Time MBA Program Structure

The full-time MBA at the Yale School of Management can be completed over four semesters, each consisting of 12 weeks. Each of these semesters are divided into two separate six-week quarters.

To graduate, students must earn 72 credits. Among the total, 34 credits are designated for core courses and 38 are through electives.

Curriculum

First year students must complete their core courses, starting with the seven-week Orientation to Management. They then complete the ten-course Organizational Perspectives segment, which lasts two quarters. First year students also fulfill an international experience requirement during the spring, traveling on various several faculty-led field trips.

Students complete most of the electives in their second years, with the option to take multiple concurrent courses with many of Yale University’s other affiliated colleges, such as the Yale School of Law and the Yale School of Architecture. In addition, students can study at several international exchange partner schools during the fall semester of the second year.

Full-Time MBA Rankings

• U.S. News & World Report: 9
• Bloomberg: 11 (U.S.); 12 (Global)
• Forbes: 13
• Financial Times: 11
• The Economist: 14

Class Profile

The Yale full-time MBA Class of 2020 features 347 students. An estimated 43 percent of the class is made up of female students and 45 percent international students. The median GMAT of the class is 730 and the median GPA is 3.71.

Career Statistics

The majority of graduates from the most recent Yale SOM full-time MBA class earned careers in consulting (34.9 percent), technology (14.9 percent), and finance (13.7 percent). The average salary of the class was $127,100, with a median of $36,000 in additional compensation, which includes signing bonuses and year-end bonuses.

An estimated 91.9 percent of the Class of 2018 earned employment offers within three months of graduation.

Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid

The current tuition for the Yale full-time MBA is $69,500. Combined with fees, room, board, and text books, the total for 2018-19 is $97,165.

All Yale SOM full-time MBA applicants are automatically eligible for merit-based scholarships. About 50 percent earn some form of a scholarship, while 29 percent of the class typically earns full-tuition scholarships. Additionally, U.S. armed services veterans are eligible for the Yellow Ribbon Program, which can greatly reduce tuition costs.

Financial aid is available to all students. U.S. students are eligible for Federal Application for Student Aid (FAFSA). The school currently estimates that the average indebtedness is more than $60,000 per student. On average, loans take 6.5 years for Yale SOM full-time MBAs to pay off.

Admissions

In order to apply to the Yale SOM full-time MBA program, applicants must submit:

• Official transcripts
• Two professional recommendations
• GMAT/GRE scores
• Video of answered application questions
• $175 application fee (can be waived for select applicants)

The business school encourages those with work experience to apply, but it is not a strict requirement for enrollment. There is also no minimum GMAT/GRE score requirement. International applicants are not required to take any English language proficiency test, although all transcripts must be translated to English for submission.

Interviews are required as part of the admissions process.

Application deadlines are as follows:

Round One – Sep. 10, 2019
Round Two – Jan. 7, 2020
Round Three – April 14, 2020

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