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Yale SOM Waitlist

Master’s Degree in Asset Management Frequently Asked Questions

Candidates are waitlisted for different reasons, and a waitlist decision indicates that the Admissions Committee would like to consider your application further as the admissions cycle continues. A waitlist decision is simply the result of a competitive pool; we do not have enough spots in the class to admit all qualified applicants.  

Yes, nothing  is required, but we are happy to review additional  GMAT/GRE scores; resumes with new jobs, promotions, responsibilities, or volunteer experiences; transcripts showing completed coursework; and other material updates to your application. Please provide updates  here or have letters of support sent to directly. 

Unfortunately, we cannot provide feedback or schedule a time to speak. If there are material updates to your application, they can be submitted on your status page.

We monitor our enrollment throughout the admission season, and make additional offers as space becomes available. Waitlist movement varies from year to year, so it is difficult to make predictions as to how many candidates we will admit from the waitlist in a given year. However, we look favorably upon waitlisted candidates and appreciate your patience and continued engagement with our office.

The committee reviews the waitlist on an ongoing basis. 

Since we have limited interview appointments, it is not uncommon to be placed on the waitlist before being interviewed. In these cases, the Committee will continue to consider you for an invitation to interview.

Waitlist candidates may receive an update to their status at any time.

If you have additional questions, please contact