AGSM

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Boston College Carroll

Boston University

CMU - Tepper

CEIBS - Shanghai

William and Mary - Mason

Columbia Business School

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Cranfield

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Emory University Goizueta

ESADE

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Georgia Tech - Schellar

Great Lakes

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HEC

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IMD Lausanne

Indian School of Business (ISB)

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INSEAD - Singapore

INSEAD-France

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Lancaster Mgmt School

London Business School

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Nanyang Business School

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NUS - Singapore

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USC - Marshall

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Univ of Washington - Foster

Univ of Western Ontario - Ivey

Univ of Wisconsin - Madison

Vanderbilt University Owen

Vlerick Business School

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Yale Univ - SOM

York University - Schulich

Lancaster Mgmt School

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Lancaster Mgmt School
Average GMAT Score654GMAT Range620-710
Total Applicants

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Acceptance Rate

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Class Size57Average Work Experience72 Months
Applicant DeadlinesRolling admission - 31 July 2015Decision DatesNot yet declared
Length of Program12 MonthsPlacement Information

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Lancaster school of Management 2012-13 essays:

Essay 1: Applicants for taught programmes: Please explain why you are applying for this programme, what you feel you can contribute to the programme, what benefits you expect to gain and how it relates to your academic and/or career development. You must submit a minimum of 100 words.

Essay 1: Applicants for research programmes: Please give a brief outline of your proposed research topic / interests, including the names of academic staff members whom you feel might be potential supervisors. Research applicants will ordinarily be expected to enclose a research proposal using the â‚œSupporting documentation' facility. Please consult your academic unit for further details about this. Applicants for topic-specific studentships should state the project title and indicate any relevant previous experience.

     
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