U.Va. Darden school offers future-year admissions programs
The University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business is now offering a future-year admissions program for undergraduate students.
Undergraduate and fifth-year master’s degree students can apply and be admitted to the Darden School but will complete between two and four years of professional work before enrolling.
“As we have started this program, we have met amazing undergraduates from all over U.V and the world, including young entrepreneurs, student leaders and student-athletes,” Assistant Dean of MBA Admissions Sara Neher said in a statement.
The Darden School is currently accepting applications for future-year admissions from students graduating from an undergraduate institution with a bachelor’s degree or fifth-year master’s degree between September 2016 and August 2017.
The Darden School seeks students with a wide variety of academic backgrounds and professional interests, and applicants will be assessed through undergraduate transcripts, college extracurricular activities, internship experience, essays, letters of recommendation and standardized test scores.
There is no application fee for future-year admissions. The school is currently accepting applications through Aug. 1.