The MFE can be completed in 12 months of full-time coursework. Applications are accepted year-round on a rolling deadline, and up to 68 students are enrolled each year. The program begins and ends only in the spring (March), and is not available part-time. The goal of the application review process is to identify those candidates who are the strongest fit with our program. Applicants should possess:
The last deadline for the application cycle for the 2016-17 academic year was November 30, 2015. As always, we accept applications year-round, however, our application is currently closed. If you wish to apply to the MFE program for the 2016-17 academic year, please contact the MFE Office at firstname.lastname@example.org for further informaiton. Files that are incomplete as of December 15, 2015 will not be considered for the March 2016 entry.
Please note that our program begins in March of each year and that we do not have a fall intake.
The application for the program beginning in March of 2017 will open on December 10, 2015. Please see below for the application deadlines for the 2017-18 term; all Application deadlines are 11:59 PM Pacific time:
|Round:||Online application submitted by:||Application will be reviewed by:|
|One||January 13, 2016||March 11, 2016|
|Two||March 31, 2016||May 27, 2016|
|Three||June 22, 2016||August 19, 2016|
|Four||October 3, 2016||December 2, 2016|
*Applications received will take 6-8 weeks to process from the day that they are marked "under review". Applications that are incomplete by December 15, 2016 will not be considered for admission for the 2017-18 term. Please note that our office will be closed December 24 - January 1 for winter break.
To apply to the MFE Program, applicants must submit an online application. The MFE Program no longer has a paper application.
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