Haas School of Business at University of California, Berkeley
The Berkeley MBA Program develops innovative leaders who know how to put new ideas to work, and to do so responsibly.
By leveraging the innovative energy that’s ever-present in Berkeley-Haas culture and in the business ecosystem of the San Francisco Bay Area, the program teaches you how to seize opportunities, challenge conventional wisdom, and act creatively.
Anchored in a rigorous general management curriculum, the program gives you the breadth and depth of knowledge to be a leader in any type of organization, including global firms, startups, nonprofits, or a business of your own.
- An Exceptional, Collaborative Community
- A Rigorous General Management Curriculum
- Opening Doors to Career Success
- Where New Ideas Thrive
Berkeley-Haas Defining Principles
Question the Status Quo
We lead by championing bold ideas, taking intelligent risks and accepting sensible failures. This means speaking our minds even when it challenges convention. We thrive at the world’s epicenter of innovation.
Confidence Without Attitude
We make decisions based on evidence and analysis, giving us the confidence to act without arrogance. We lead through trust and collaboration.
We are a community designed for curiosity and lifelong pursuit of personal and intellectual growth. This is not a place for those who feel they have learned all they need to learn.
We shape our world by leading ethically and responsibly. As stewards of our enterprises, we take the longer view in our decisions and actions. This often means putting larger interests above our own.
- Program Type: 2 Year Full-Time Program
- Classprofile: Entering Class Fall 2016
- Applications Received: 4,031
- Enrolled Students: 252
- Women 38%
- US Minority Students* 32%
- International Students 38%
- Countries Represented 41
- Median Age at Enrollment 28 years
- Median Years of Post-University Work Experience 5 years
- Average Undergraduate GPA 3.64
- Range of Middle 80% 3.34-3.89
- Average GMAT 717
- Range of Middle 80% 680-750
- Average TOEFL (iBT) 110
- Range of Middle 80% 104-116
Joint degrees offered
- JD/MBA Program
- MBA/MPH Program in Health Management
- MBA/MA Program in International and Area Studies
Specializations by Function
Full-time Berkeley MBA students can choose to focus their studies on a number of in-depth academic areas, which will provide direction in achieving specific career goals.
The Areas of Emphasis currently include:
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Energy and Clean Technology
- Global Management
- Health Management
- Social Sector Leadership
- Real Estate
Program duration: 21 Months
Tuition Fees:– $60,162.50 USD per year
Applicants who received their degrees in countries other than the US, UK, Australia, or English-speaking Canada are required to take the TOELF exam, or the IELTS. This includes applicants with degrees from Bangladesh, Nepal, India, Pakistan, Latin America, the Middle East, North Africa, the People’s Republic of China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, and most European countries. Only applicants who have completed a full year of US university-level coursework with a grade of B or better are exempt from this requirement. Residence in the US does not waive this requirement.
Your most recent TOEFL score must be at least 570 for the paper and pencil test, at least 230 for the computer-based test (CBT), or at least 90 for the Internet-based test (iBT). To have your exam results sent to Berkeley’s Full-Time MBA Program, list institution code 4833 and department code 02. If you have taken the IELTS, a band score of 7.0 is the minimum required for consideration. For Fall 2018 admission, we only accept official scores from exams taken on or after June 1, 2016.
7:30 a.m Registration
8:00 a.m Admissions panels
9:00 a.m University presentations
11:45 a.m Open fair
12:45 p.m Lunch break
2:00 p.m One to one interviews
6:30 p.m Event closes