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BMGT Admission Workshop Registration Form

Final Reminders

  • Must be eligible to apply to the Smith School at the workshop’s designated application deadline (with 45 credits, or reaching 45 credits at the end of the application semester, in addition to course gateway and GPA requirements)
  • Must be a current Letters and Sciences student or have matriculated into Letters and Sciences as a freshman or transfer student (including TAP and IAP).  You are eligible to attend even if you have already declared a major.
  • Must have prepared answers for the application questions, in the form of either a resume and cover letter, or personal statement and job/leadership listings using the following template –
    • Job title, Organization/Company, Location (Time frame-time frame). Skill/knowledge point one; skill knowledge point two; skill knowledge point three (optional); skill knowledge point four (optional).
    • Job title 2, Organization/Company, Location (Time frame-time frame). Skill/knowledge point one; skill knowledge point two; skill knowledge point three (optional); skill knowledge point four (optional).
    • Job title 3, Organization/Company, Location (Time frame-time frame). Skill/knowledge point one; skill knowledge point two; skill knowledge point three (optional); skill knowledge point four (optional).
  • Please bring a paper copy of your application question answers to the workshop!
  • You are only allowed to attend a workshop once, and you are only allowed one "no show".

 

Upcoming Workshop:   

Students can reserve space in workshops up to 4 weeks in advance. To sign up for a workshop click on the button below. If this is the first time using the Letters and Sciences appointment system you will be required to create an account. Workshops will be listed under "Select Event".

Make an Online Appointment

 

If you have questions about the Business Admission Workshop please contact business_exploration@umd.edu.