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Thank you for your interest in the Providence College MBA Program. The information on this page will help you through the admission process. Please contact the MBA Program Office if you have any questions or require additional information.

Selection Criteria

Providence College MBA Program seeks to enroll a diverse class, recognizing that students with varying educational backgrounds and industry knowledge can teach and learn from one another – creating an interactive and vibrant learning community.

Key Factors in selecting candidates:

  • Academic readiness for graduate study
  • Ability to contribute to the classroom
  • Industry and leadership experience


Application Process

The PC MBA Program reviews applications on a rolling basis and recommends completing your application by the following deadlines. We encourage applicants to submit their application as early as possible to avoid potential seat capacity or timing restrictions. Please allow 4 to 6 weeks for application review.



​July 1

​Fall Admission                                                                         

March 1

​Summer Admission

​November 1

​Spring Admission

* Application deadlines will be effective Spring 2015.

The required application steps are outlined below.  Applicants are also encouraged to attend an information session or contact the MBA Program to learn more about the program. 

Step One: Complete and submit the application online.

Step Two: Send application materials to the MBA Program.  Please note that the program will not review an application until all materials are submitted.
  • Personal statement
  • Resume
  • Application fee - $55.00 USD (mail check or money order to the address below or call  with a credit card payment)​
  • Official GMAT scores (sent directly from GMAC)
  • Official transcripts (from all institutions attended and sent directly from those institutions)
  • Two letters of recommendation

Official transcripts from all previous post-secondary educational institutions. This includes both complete and incomplete studies in the U.S. and non-U.S. institutions.  If the official transcript(s) are not in English, the transcripts will need to be officially translated and evaluated.

Letters of recommendation – the program requires two letters of recommendation. The Program prefers that one letter be from a supervisor and the other from a faculty member who can speak to your academic ability and academic readiness for graduate study.

International students – applicants must submit official scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Test scores must be no more than two years old. Applicants must achieve a minimum of 100 out of 120 on the TOEFL iBT test (Internet).

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SUPPLEMENT: Download International Supplement

Application materials may be sent electronically, or printed and sent to:

Providence College
MBA Program, 115 Koffler Hall
1 Cunningham Square
Providence, RI 02918


Once a file is completed and all of the documents outlined above have been submitted, the graduate program directors and committee will review applications for admission.  Admission decisions are typically available 3-4 weeks after the program receives a completed decision.  Applicants can check their admission status online here or by contacting the MBA Program at 401.865.2294 or at  Some applicants may be contacted for an interview as part of the admission process.

If an application is accepted, the student will be required to submit a $210.00 USD deposit within 30 days of notification.  Once the program receives the student’s deposit, an admitted student packet will be sent.  All new students are required to attend orientation prior to the start of classes.


    ​Profile of the 2013 Fall Class

Average GMAT

494 (Range: 350-720)

Undergraduate GPA

3.26 (Range: 2.5-3.97)


​​100 (international students only) 7.0 (international applicant only)
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