UC Berkeley (Haas) Application Deadlines for 2010-2011

The Haas School of Business at UC-Berkeley has published its application deadlines for the 2010-2011 admissions season. Here they are, followed by our comments in italics:

Haas Admissions Deadlines
Round 1: October 13, 2010
Round 2: December 2, 2010
Round 3: January 20, 2011
Round 4: March 16, 2011

Like many other top business schools, Haas has moved its Round 1 deadline a bit earlier this year (by one week). However, unlike some other top schools, Haas won’t send your decision until mid-January, so you will have to have most of your Round 2 applications in order before you hear back from Haas. Most of the school’s other admissions deadlines also moved forward by a week or two, with the exception of the Round 4 deadline, which is actually about a week later than it was last year.

Note that Haas is fairly unique in that it actually has four rounds of admissions. You can use this to your advantage — this schedule gives you the option of applying at an “off-peak” time, such as early December, when you’re probably not yet cramming on a lot of other applications. Aiming for Round 1 and Round 2 is still your best bet, although we expect that Haas gets many more Round 3 applicants than most other schools do.

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