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FAQs | MS BAIM

Answer: Indiana Resident: $24,300; Non-Indiana Resident: $34,200; International: $48,600

Answer: Due to the holistic evaluation process used by the Admission Committee, it is difficult to evaluate your chances for admission without having received your completed application. Please refer to our Admissions requirements for more information regarding our admission philosophy, guidelines, and application procedures.

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  • Application Round 1 (Early Round) is September 1 – November 1.
  • Application Round 2 (Priority Round) is November 2 – January 3.
  • Application Round 3 (Final International Round) is January 4 – January 31.
  • Application Round 4 (Final Domestic Round) is February 1 – April 1, or until classes are full.

It is in the applicant’s best interest to apply with the strongest application possible rather than rush to meet an early round.  There will be seats available throughout all rounds; however, the earlier you apply the greater your opportunity to be considered for a financial award.

Answer: Please see our Application Requirements page for an overview of necessary application materials.
Answer:  All applicants are considered for scholarships and assistantships during the admission review process. Therefore, there is no specific application process for these awards. The Admissions Office will notify you if you are a candidate for these awards. For more information, please see the Financial Aid page.
Answer:  We prefer that recommenders be employers or past supervisors who are able to render an opinion on the basis of close, current, and sustained observation. Recommendations from friends, family members, acquaintances, and other sources unable to evaluate professional or academic qualifications for our full-time programs are not acceptable.
Answer:  First and foremost, Krannert seeks to enroll students who are academically prepared for the rigor of a master’s degree in business.  We strive to enroll students who will add to the rich variety and diversity of the Krannert learning environment.  We prefer applicants to have completed four years of full-time post-baccalaureate work, with a minimum of two years, prior to applying to the MS BAIM program.  We will consider relevant practical experience in the form of internships, military experience, etc.  A limited number of strong applicants with less work experience will be considered and potentially offered admission.
Answer:  Krannert does not have a minimum GMAT score that applicants must meet. The Admission Committee takes a holistic review of a candidate’s application when rendering an admissions decision. However, in order to gauge your competitiveness, please refer to our class profiles.
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The name of the program you are applying to is the 'code' required for reporting your GMAT score.

For MS BAIM - Reference - MS (Business Analytics and Information Management)

Official test score reports should be sent to the specific program you have applied at Purdue University and must be received by the deadline to which you are applying.  Admission decisions are not finalized until official scores are received.  (Visit www.mba.com for complete information regarding the test.)

Answer:  Though the GRE can be considered, the GMAT is preferred as it is a test specifically designed to evaluate a person’s ability to be successful in business school.
Answer:  The Graduate School accepts all valid forms of English language assessment testing, including all types of TOEFL, IELTS, and PTE.  Please refer here for test requirements.

Please note:  English language assessment test scores are valid for a period of three years.  If the test is expired, you will be required to retake an exam.  The test must be valid at the time your application is under review by the Purdue University Graduate School.

Answer:  You will need to use institution code 1631; however, no department code is necessary.  Please refer to www.toefl.org  for information on how report your official scores.
Answer:  Yes.  If you were born in a country where English is not the native language of that country, you will be required to provide an English language assessment test, regardless of the language of instruction.
Answer:  Only if you have obtained a baccalaureate degree or graduate or professional degree within the past 36 months from a college or university where English is the primary language of instruction, in a country where English is the native language.  In order to meet this requirement, receipt of degree must fall within the 36 month period when your documents are under review by the Krannert School of Management and the Purdue University Graduate School.  Test scores expire on the first day of the month in which they were taken.
Answer:  No. Please do not submit your application unless test scores are provided. It is strongly recommended that you submit only the scores you intend to have reviewed by the Admissions Committee. Applications will not begin the review process until all application materials (including payment, test scores, transcripts, and recommendations) are received by the Purdue Graduate Programs Admissions Office. The Admissions Committee requires that all test scores be received before applications can be reviewed.
Answer:  No.  Proof of financial support is only required of international students who receive a favorable admissions decision. Please do not include proof of financial support with your application. Upon an offer of admission, students will work with the Office of International Students and Scholars (ISS) to demonstrate eligibility for a Certificate of Eligibility (I-20 or DS-2019).
Answer:  Please see our Financial Aid page for information pertaining to assistantships, scholarships, and student loans.
Answer:  Yes, nearly all applicants are interviewed.
Answer:  If requested to interview, you will be invited by an Admissions representative through email which will include details regarding the interview process. The majority of interviews will be conducted through Skype with video capability.
Answer:   The Krannert School of Management will satisfy the application fee for domestic applicants of its MS BAIM program who are permanent legal residents of the United States and/or those applicants who have successfully completed a Purdue University or Purdue Global baccalaureate degree.
Answer:  No. Not for the MS BAIM program. Programs that we offer that have Spring enrollments include MS Accounting, MS Economics, and MS Global Supply Chain Management.
Answer:  No.  The Krannert Master’s programs do not accept transfer credits at any time.
Answer: No, not at this time.
Answer:  No.  All applications must be completed and submitted online. We do not provide or accept paper applications.
Answer:  Currently this is not an option for students. We strive to have an admissions decision within 60 days from the submission of your application.
Answer:  There are no specific courses required in order to apply.
Answer:  Applicants are permitted to apply to one program per year.  If reapplying, a new application must be completed in its entirety. To assess your competitiveness, please refer to our individual program pages.  For further details regarding the reapplication process, please contact krannertmasters@purdue.edu.
Answer: Please refer to the MS BAIM graduate placement stats page.

Answer: Applicants are required to complete 3-5 video interview/essay questions. This helps us get to know you a little better and gain insight that cannot be gained in a written application, A unique link to the KIRA platform is provided in the application portal once your application is submitted. Please plan to complete all components prior to your preferred application deadline in order to be considered for admission.

**Please Note: Online (KIRA) Video Interview can be accessed by logging in 24 hours after you submit your application. Your application will not be reviewed without the Video Interview.

Answer: No. The KIRA video interview/essay is considered part of the application for admission; admissions interviews are separate and by invitation only.