Kellogg Application Deadlines for 2009-2010

Earlier this month Kellogg announced its admissions essays for the coming year. Now, the admissions office has published its application deadlines for the 2009-2010 season.

Kellogg’s admissions deadlines work a little differently than most other schools’ deadlines. For each round, the first deadline is the date by which you should contact the admissions office to set up an interview. At Kellogg, the applicant initiates the interview process, rather than the school inviting candidates to interview.

This year, the off-campus interview request deadline is October 2, while the on-campus interview request deadline is October 15. This is known as “Part 1” of Round 1, and it is critical that you meet this deadline. Then, the next deadline to note is for “Part 2,” which is your actual application, including your essays and recommendations.

That said, this year’s deadlines are very similar to last year’s, with most deadlines creeping forward or back by just several days.

Kellogg Application Deadlines for Part 1
Round 1: October 2, 2009 (Oct. 15 for on-campus interviews)
Round 2: December 18, 2009 (Jan. 14 for on-campus interviews)
Round 3: February 19, 2010 (Mar. 4 for on-campus interviews)

Kellogg Application Deadlines for Part 2
Round 1: October 15, 2009
Round 2: January 14, 2010
Round 3: March 4, 2010

Note that you get a couple of extra weeks for Part 1 of your application if you request an on-campus interview (no doubt because of the logistics the admissions office has to go through with off-campus interviews to match so many applicants with alumni interviewers around the world).

For more advice on applying to Kellogg, be sure to follow MBA Game Plan on Twitter.

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