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Individuals who applied unsuccessfully to the Broad Full-Time MBA program for the 2014-2015 or 2015-2016 school years are eligible to reapply.

Anyone who applied for the 2013-2014 school year or earlier must submit an entirely new application, with all supporting documentation and application fee.


  • Email Beth Thomas informing her that you intend to reapply to the Broad College. You will receive additional instructions.
  • Arrange for new test scores to be sent to the Broad College before submitting your application.
  • Create a new account and start a new application online.
  • Select the reapplication box and indicate the year and program to which you originally submitted an application.
  • Complete a new application form and include any new accomplishments and/or activities.
  • Provide a new reference name. This should not be from someone who already provided a reference for you in your first application.
  • Upload an up-to-date resume.
  • Provide an edited or updated version of Essay A. These are optional but highly recommended.
  • Respond to Essay B.
  • You are not required to pay a new application fee to the Broad College, please contact Beth Thomas to request a fee voucher

Test Scores

Your GMAT/GRE results must be less than five years old at the time of application submission. Your TOEFL results must be less than two years old at the time of the first semester of your enrollment.


The admissions committee will review all essays. While not necessary, many individuals who reapply provide new and/or updated essays in order to strengthen their application.


The new reference allows the admissions committee to obtain a current perspective on your background. You may submit two new reference names. The admissions committee will consider up to a total of four references submitted in its review of your new application.


If you applied with a GMAT score below our current average (666), you may consider retaking the test to improve your score. The admissions committee uses your highest score in its assessment of your file.


Your essays, references, and resume should provide a current and clear picture of your background, skills, abilities, and accomplishments. The admissions committee understands that you have taken opportunities to enhance your background since your original application. You may replace the original application material with fresh material that enhances your total application package to the Broad College.


If you have any questions about the reapplication process, please contact Beth Thomas at (517) 355-6556 or


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