As you prepare for your application to WPI School of Business, be aware of the following policies:
- The application and all supporting materials is the confidential property of Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Neither the application nor any of its components are returnable.
- Each applicant is responsible for ensuring that his or her application is complete.
- WPI may at any time require an applicant to provide satisfactory verification of the information and supporting materials submitted as a part of his or her application. If the applicant is unable to do so, WPI reserves the right to cease consideration of the application, to withdraw any offer of admission already made, and/or terminate one's status as a student.
- It is the applicant's responsibility to update WPI immediately of any contact information changes.
- If the applicant possesses an MBA from another college or university, he or she is not eligible for admission into the MBA program at WPI School of Business.
- If an applicant is selected for an interview, he or she must participate in an evaluative interview. Failure to do so will result in an admissions denial.
- The Office of Admissions will accept and evaluate applications submitted prior to the conferral of the applicant's bachelor's degree or equivalent. If an offer of admission is made, it will be contingent upon the conferral of the degree program prior to enrollment.
- Due to the large number of applications received, the Office of Admissions is unable to provide feedback to candidates who are not admitted.
- The application fee is non-refundable and may not be used toward future applications to WPI School of Business or other WPI program.
Non-discrimination Policy: Worcester Polytechnic Institute admits students of any race, color, sex, handicap, or national ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally made available to students at the School. WPI does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national ethnic origin, age, sexual orientation, or handicap in the administration of its education policies, admissions policies, loan programs, and athletic or other school-administered programs.