Welcome to the Jack Welch Management Institute's Application for Admission
What can you expect from this application process?
Our belief is that a great educational experience is all about fit. The Jack Welch MBA program is designed for people who love business and are hungry to grow and learn as leaders and professionals. In the following forms, we'll ask you to provide basic biographical information and details about your educational background.
If you need assistance at any point, please call an Admissions Officer at 1-888-596-JWMI (5964) during business hours, or chat live with an Admissions Officer online. We stand ready to help with your application questions.
To conform with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), Strayer University has identified the following data as "directory information" which will be released upon inquiry unless a student files a written notification with the Records Office of his/her desire not to have such information released: address, telephone number, e-mail address, date and place of birth, dates of attendance, major field of study, credit hours earned, degrees earned, honors and awards received, participation in official school activities and most recent previous educational agency of institution. To request restriction of directory information, students must complete a "REQUEST TO RESTRICT RELEASE OF STUDENT DIRECTORY INFORMATION" form available at any campus location or on the www.strayer.edu website and send it to the records department at [email protected] or fax: (703) 880-7335.
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