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Admission to the Stanford MBA Program

If you’re excited by the idea of learning from and contributing to the Stanford GSB community, you’ve come to the right place.

The two-year Stanford MBA Program is a time of reflection — which begins with your application.

MyStanford MBA Dashboard

Start your personalized dashboard to track your application progress, get course and activity recommendations, find upcoming events, and learn more about what the program is like and requires of you.

How to Apply

Read through this website carefully — it is your primary source for admission information.

Common Myths About Admissions
Common Myths About Admissions
Kirsten Moss, assistant dean of MBA admissions, discusses some common myths about admissions and what's most important in the application process.

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

Stanford has actively supported the DREAM Act legislation since its introduction in 2001, which would allow undocumented students to continue their education and apply for U.S. citizenship. Stanford also supports Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, an executive action signed by former President Barack Obama, which allowed some undocumented individuals who entered the United States as children to remain in the country and obtain work authorization. We are among more than 600 colleges and universities that have signed a letter in support of DACA. Individuals who have been granted DACA status are eligible to apply and matriculate to the Stanford GSB. Individuals who have met all other admission requirements and are otherwise undocumented are also eligible to apply and matriculate to the Stanford GSB.

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