Details for Freshmen, Transfer, and Visiting StudentsFreshman applicantsAll freshman applicants—both international and U.S. candidates—must complete the Common Application, the Universal College Application, or the Coalition Application along with the required supplements. You will need to submit:
While we normally require two SAT Subject Tests, you may apply without them if the cost of taking the tests represents a financial hardship or if you prefer to have your application considered without them. Standardized testing is only one component of our admissions process and your application will be evaluated on the ...
Meeting their GPA requirements and SAT/ACT requirements is very important to getting past their first round of filters and proving your academic preparation. If you don't meet their expectations, your chance of getting is nearly zero. After crossing this hurdle, you'll need to impress Harvard application readers through their ...
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A truly diverse student body — in background, nationality, interests and ambitions — is the foundation of the HBS experience. Indeed, these differences are critical to the HBS learning model, which thrives on the many perspectives and life experiences our students from all over the world bring to their classes.
Application Dates. We have three application rounds for the Class of 2020 ( matriculating fall 2018): September 6, 2017, January 3, 2018 and April 2, 2018. Students applying through the 2+2 deferred admissions process must apply in the 2+2 Round by April 10, 2018. → More on Submission Dates ...
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