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Pre- Master’s Program with University of Massachusetts

PRE-MASTER’S PROGRAM (PMP):

MBA

The PMP prepares students for graduate degree coursework and programs.

The PMP is a two-semester program designed for students who have completed a bachelor’s degree, but need additional academic and/or English support to gain entry to a master’s degree program.

No GMAT or GRE is needed to apply.

Upon successful completion  of the PMP, students will progress directly into their full master’s degree program, continuing full credit towards his/her graduate degree. This allows the students to

finish the master’s degree within 2–2.5 years (dependent on graduate degree program).  PMP courses have been carefully chosen to ensure that  you develop the necessary skills to succeed in your master’s degree program:

UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS

Navigating the Graduate

Student Pathway

■  Introduction to Graduate Research

■  Academic Communication for

Graduate Students

■  Intercultural Issues for

Graduate Students

Intakes

January,  May and September

Duration

Two semesters (3-12 credits, depending on program)

Required documents foPMP admission

Email the following documents to

admissionsUMB@navitas.com:

■  Completed  UMass Boston application

■  IELTS or TOEFL scores

■  Statement of purpose

■  Three signed letters of recommendation

■  Résumé*

■  Bank statement showing US$50,000

Academic and English language  entry requirement

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  • Declaration  and Certification of Finances form
  • Copies of academic undergraduate transcripts and diploma

 

Copies must be stamped by agency stamp or certified by a notary public. They do not have to be originals.

  • The Times Higher Education  World University Rankings,  2017
  • The MBA program at UMass Boston combines a focused management curriculum and allows students to customize their experience by completing  one or more of 14 specializations.
  • Small classes are typically taught  by full-time, academically and professionally qualified faculty. The classes use real-world projects and simulations to connect classroom learning to practical  experience and create a thoroughly inclusive classroom environment

Academic/Language requirement:

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Average starting salary for UMass Boston MBA graduates*

Semester start dates — Spring: January 2017 | Summer:  May 2017 | Fall: September 2017

Duration — Two semesters

Courses and programs are subject to change without notice.  For the most up-to-date course information, please visit umb.navitas.com.

UMass Boston College of Management

  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)

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