Help us get to know you. We take a holistic approach to evaluating your application, so it is important to present a well-rounded view of your academics, work experiences, and motivation.
- Complete and submit an online application, including resume, essays, and one letter of recommendation from your direct supervisor or another professional manager who knows your work and management capabilities well.
- Upload unofficial copies of transcripts from every college or university you have attended. (If admitted, official transcripts from all institutions will be required before matriculation.)
- After you have uploaded a resume to the online application, an admissions staff member may contact you to schedule an admissions interview. Admissions interviews are approximately 30-45 minutes and will be conducted in an online format.
- If applicable,* submit a course-by-course, English-translated transcript evaluation and GPA conversion from a company listed on www.naces.org.
- If applicable,** submit a TOEFL or IELTS score via electronic download request. (Paper-based TOEFL scores are not accepted.) TOEFL Code: B626, IELTS scores must be submitted directly by the IELTS test center. E-download name: University of Virginia McIntire School of Commerce, E-download address: 125 Ruppel Dr. Charlottesville, VA 22903
- OPTIONAL: We do not require a test score for admissions to M.S. in the Management of IT. However, you may choose to provide a test score from the GMAT, GRE, or Executive Assessment (EA). If you choose to submit a score, please use the following codes: GMAT Code: KC7-K3-50, GRE code: 5829
*Students who completed coursework outside of the United States must submit a professional course-by-course credential evaluation with calculated GPA of their transcripts. This official document must be provided by a credential evaluator listed on www.naces.org. Note: This requirement does not apply to students who attended a U.S. institution and participated in a study-abroad program.
**International students whose primary language is not English and who completed an undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited U.S. college or university that included a minimum of two years of residency in the United States are not required to provide a TOEFL or IELTS score. The admissions committee reserves the right to request additional verification of English language proficiency that could include specific coursework or TOEFL or IELTS testing.