Completed applications are given a comprehensive, holistic review. When we review applications, we take into consideration everything you have shared with us, including academic course work and performance, GRE/GMAT score, work experience, Statement of Purpose, and letters of recommendation. It is important that applicants demonstrate the academic aptitude to meet the demands of a rigorous graduate program.
To complete your application, you must submit the following:
Official Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) score report
Official transcripts from all educational institutions attended
Statement of Purpose and additional admissions statements
Two professional letters of recommendation
TOEFL Scores (if applicable)
Application fee ($105 for domestic applicants, or $125 for international applicants)
You must submit official Graduate Record Examination (GRE) General Test scores or Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) scores. For the GRE, request that your scores be sent to institution code 2331. GMAT scores should be sent to institution code N2V-Q0-40.
Official Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) scores are required for applicants whose academic work has been in a country other than the U.S., U.K., Australia, or English-speaking Canada. The UC Berkeley TOEFL code is 4833.
You must submit transcripts from all institutions from which you have received academic credit, including community college courses and study abroad programs.
Many schools issue transcripts electronically, either through their own web services or through vendors. If this option is available through the institutions you attended, specify that your transcript(s) be sent to email@example.com, as this will expedite the delivery of your transcript(s) and the completion of your application.
If you would like your transcripts sent by mail, use the following address:
Your statement should demonstrate your ability to succeed in this challenging master’s program and show the admissions committee that it is the right path to achieve your goals. You should use your statement to highlight academic, professional, and personal experiences and accomplishments, and to explain what specifically draws you to the MICS program.
Letters of Recommendation
You will be prompted in the application to provide contact information for two references who can provide letters of recommendation. You should choose professional references, preferably current and/or previous direct supervisors, who can speak to your professional accomplishments, impact, and ability and drive to succeed in MICS.