A technology-centric world needs business-savvy professionals

The Foisie Business School graduate admissions team will help you find the right degree program for your career goals, guide you through the application process, and, if you are admitted, assure you are on the right track for success.

WPI generally attracts candidates with backgrounds in engineering, science, and information technology, but many of our graduate business students are also marketers, entrepreneurs, researchers, financial managers, and medical practitioners. Whatever your focus when you come in, you will leave with a keen business sense for a technology-centric world. WPI graduate business students are bright, hardworking, committed individuals from across the globe and industry spectrum.  

WPI is accepting applications for fall 2018. Scholarships are available. 

The following application deadlines apply:

  • For U.S. applicants - July 15 (fall) / December 15 (spring)

  • For International applicants - June 15 (fall) / November 6 (spring)

After the deadlines have passed, applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.

Meet Us on the Road

Year round, our admissions representatives are on the road attending graduate college fairs, academic forums, and professional conferences to meet prospective students like you. View our calendar to find out when we’ll be at an event in your area.

Required testing information

Any international applicant seeking to attend WPI on an F-1 student Visa must submit official TOEFL scores or IELTS scores. However, if applicants have two years of continuous full-time college study completed within the last five years, in a country whose official language is English, he or she can apply for a TOEFL/IELTS waiver by contacting an admissions counselor.

While WPI requires a minimum TOEFL score of 84, the Foisie School of Business requires a minimum TOEFL score of 90 or IELTS score of 7. The Foisie School of Business requires a GMAT score of 500 or its equivalent on the GRE. There are no minimum GRE scores, but the average for admitted students over the past three years has been 150 verbal, 165 quantitative, and 3.0 analytical.