MBA Exchange Late Applications Open for Co-op Students

| April 13, 2021
Submitted by Sandra Clark for MBA Student Experience
This message does not apply to part-time students.

Level-1 co-op MBA students who missed the original deadline to go on exchange for their third academic term (Winter 2022) can now submit a late application to be considered for a school that has remaining MBA seats available. This opportunity is  for students who:

  • Are flexible with their exchange destination (seats are on a first-come, first-served basis)
  • Plan to study in English only (i.e. do not require a language assessment to study in a language other than English)

Schools with remaining MBA seats available:
On the Study and Research Abroad website, navigate to ‘Study/Research Abroad Opportunities’> ‘University Pathways (Late Deadline)’ and look for schools that have the ‘MBA’ column checked off

Interested in applying? Email Sandra Clark, MBA Program Officer at mba.studentexperience@mcmaster.ca with either:

  • Your request for the exchange information deck and application portal password, or;
  • A heads-up that you will be submitting an application (if you already have the information deck and password from the original deadline)

**Important: your application will not be reviewed unless you email Sandra (she has to manually go in and find your application in the system)**

You can contact Sandra Clark with any questions as you prepare your application.

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