Executive MBA Application Form
A complete application must be sent to the Executive MBA program office by regular mail or email, using the addresses listed below. You may send forms together in a single packet or separately. Before you complete any forms you should read the UT Dallas policy statements related to submitting information to UT Dallas.
Step 1: Submit completed application along with $300 application fee. Click on these forms to display and complete them:
- Application Form (Including Personal Statement requested on page 3).
- Sponsorship Form
- Recommendation Forms (Three are required. Your references must be sent directly to the EMBA office).
- Pay by credit card online or send a check made payable to “UT Dallas” to the address below.
Complete the Microsoft Word forms above online. After, you may: (1) save them to your desktop, then attach them to an email and send this email to the address below; or (2) print them out, make copies for yourself, sign them, and mail to the address below:
- Email application to Connie Imhof
- The University of Texas at Dallas
Naveen Jindal School of Management SM10
Attn: Connie Imhof
800 West Campbell Road
Richardson, TX 75080-3021
Step 2: Order official transcripts. An official, sealed transcript is required from all universities/colleges you have attended. Transcripts must be sent directly to us. This Transcript Request Form can be used.Some universities allow transcripts to be ordered directly from their website. Instruct the institution to mail transcript to the address above.
Step 3: Arrange an interview. After you have completed your application, contact Connie Imhof or (972) 883-5983 to schedule an interview. Bring a current resume to the interview.
Executive MBA Program
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