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How to Apply

The Master of Science in Entrepreneurship Program reviews applications on a rolling basis: August 15, October 15, December 15 (International applicant deadline) and February 15 (Domestic application deadline). Complete applications submitted by these dates are reviewed and provided an admission decision within five weeks of the review date.

Application Deadlines for the 2018-2019 Cohort

December 15, 2017 – International applicants
February 15, 2018 – Domestic (U.S. citizens, permanent residents) applicants

Applications for the 2018-2019 cohort are open.

Admission Requirements

Each year, the Michael G. Foster School of Business selects individuals for admission to the MS in Entrepreneurship program who are looking to hone their business skills, develop entrepreneurial expertise, and gain experience from Seattle founders. These applicants have demonstrated the greatest capacity for high-quality academic work and will contribute to the diversity of both the student body and the Seattle entrepreneurial community. Applicants will be selected not only for their potential to benefit from the program but also for the experiences and knowledge they can contribute to the class. Applicants are expected to demonstrate strong written and verbal communication skills and solid skills in quantitative analysis. All aspects of your application, including the fulfillment of the admission requirements, are subject to verification.

Degree Requirements

Foster MS in Entrepreneurship applicants must have completed the equivalent of a four-year U.S. bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university. The minimum GPA is 3.0 for the last 90-quarter or 60-semester credits. Studies conducted outside of the U.S. do not need to be converted to a four point scale, but transcripts should be translated to English.

We review each applicant’s undergraduate history, taking note of the difficulty of the curriculum, the scholastic quality of the school, and the existence of any social or economic disadvantage that may have affected past academic performance. Your prior scholastic performance should indicate an ability to complete graduate level work.

Application Components

You must submit all application materials (outlined in the headers below) by the deadline to be considered. Click on each heading to learn more.

Online Applicant Profile
Personal Statement, Essays, Video
Letters of Recommendations
Optional use of GMAT or GRE in Foster MS in Entrepreneurship Admission
Proof of English Proficiency
Foster School Statement of Integrity
Non-refundable Application Fee

Next Steps

This section contains information about what you can expect after you have submitted your application.

Notification of Admission Decision
Offer and Tuition Deposit
International Applications