Masters of Business Administration
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Your MBA admission requirements
We need proof that you completed a bachelor’s degree at an accredited institution in a business-related field with a valid copy of your official diploma and transcript. Documents not in English must be accompanied by official translations, such as those provided by a validated institutional official or embassy.
- If your Bachelor’s degree is in a business-related field - please submit your university transcript during the application process in addition to your diploma, so it can be evaluated
- If your Bachelor’s degree is not in a business-related field - don’t worry, you can still get a Nexford’s MBA, although first you’ll have complete four foundation courses before proceeding with the MBA core courses.
For further details, please talk to our admissions team by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
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To be considered for admission as English Language Proficient to the Nexford University MBA program, applicants must complete one (1) of the following:
- Provide Nexford with: a. an official transcript from a college or university
- Demonstrate proficiency in English language by achieving at least a minimum passing score on an approved English qualification exam within the past two years, by submitting an official score report during the admission process. (see Minimum Score Required for English Proficiency)
Note: Admission Officers may request alternative supporting materials that might assist the university in certifying the applicant’s English proficiency status. All outcomes based on the supporting materials provided, will remain within the learners record according to the university records retention policy.
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