We are pleased to announce that the application for the following PhD programs is now live:
We recently compiled statistics on the applicant pool for the Fisher PhD programs. Fisher PhD programs remain very selective - less than seven percent of all 2012-13 applicants were admitted. Click here for more information.
GMAT is undergoing a significant revision within the next few months. In June 2012, the GMAT will introduce an integrated reasoning section, testing concepts that have not been tested before on the GMAT. The current version of the GMAT has a verbal section, a quantitative section, and two essays. The new version will drop one of the essays and replace it with an integrated reasoning section.
We have been informed by the AMIS faculty at the Fisher College of Business that it is no longer reviewing applications to the accounting and management information systems PhD programs for autumn 2012. (All offers the faculty will be making to applicants for autumn 2012 have been issued/extended.)
All Ohio State University campus offices will be closed, including Fisher's Graduate Programs Office, on Monday, January 16, in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. We will reopen on Tuesday, January 17, at 8:00 A.M.
We have been informed by the marketing faculty at the Fisher College of Business that it is no longer reviewing applications to the marketing PhD program for autumn 2012. (All offers the faculty will be making to applicants for autumn 2012 have been issued/extended.)
We have gotten several emails from PhD applicants - they have taken the new format GRE and are unable to self report their scores. The online application (accessible here) allows only the "old format" scores to be self reported. If this applies to you OR you haven't taken the GRE yet but will do so in the near future, you want to continue reading this blog post.