How to Get In: University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business

What can you do to set yourself apart in your application? Admissions officials have the answers.


9. What are some of the most common mistakes that applicants make that hurt their chances of being accepted?

Oftentimes, applicants don't take the interview seriously enough and are not prepared. We are looking for engaged and mature students who will represent the global business stature of the Moore School.

10. Can you describe the archetypal student for your school?

International M.B.A. candidates are, in general, professionals with an average of four years of work experience. Their backgrounds include business and operations; government and military; NGO's; education; or an array of other disciplines. Their undergraduate degree is in business, engineering, social sciences, or other disciplines. Students have a keen interest in an M.B.A. with a strong international focus and the opportunity to experience firsthand global business settings in the classroom as well as through country immersion.