Master of Management Student


How to apply to the Haskayne Master of Management program 

Important dates to remember

Classes start each Fall. Applications for the Haskayne Master of Management program are considered on a rolling basis. We encourage you to apply as soon as possible. Plus, earlier applications have access to more scholarship funds!

Sept. 15

Applications open

Feb. 1

Application deadline for international applicants

June 1

Application deadline for Canadian Citizens and permanent residents

Admissions requirements

Start by reviewing the requirements you need in order to apply. 

To be considered for admission an applicant must fulfill the following criteria:

  • Completion of a four-year non-business bachelor’s degree.
  • minimum admission grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 calculated over the last 60 units of university-level courses at the time of application (GMAT not required).

    • Students with an admission GPA between 2.70 and 3.0 may be considered for admission based on a combination of admission GPA and an acceptable GMAT score. Admission is based on the following equivalent achievement score: [(GPA x 200) + GMAT] >/= 1150*.

  • For information on international GPA equivalents, visit the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

Less than three years of full-time employment since the completion of your undergraduate degree.

  • Please submit your résumé.
  • Note: this program is designed for recent graduates with little work experience.

English language proficiency is critical for success in the Master of Management program. This is a fast-paced program in which all participants must be able to effectively learn and communicate in English.

Applicants for whom English is not a first language must achieve either:

  • A score of 97 or higher on the internet version of the TOEFL; OR
  • A score of 7.0 or higher on the academic version of the IELTS.

Students will be asked to answer two short essay questions touching on their motivation for pursuing the Master of Management and the key skills learned in their undergraduate degree that will benefit them during the program. Responses are limited to 250 words per question.

You may be invited to complete an interview as part of the admission process. You will be notified by Haskayne’s Graduate Admissions Office if an interview is necessary after we receive and initially review your application.

How to apply

  1. Step 1: Create an eID and password

    Create an eID and password to access your application form and later your student account.

    If you previously studied at the University of Calgary, please use your past UCID. If you have forgotten your UCID, the application system will allow you to retrieve it.

  2. Step 2: Fill out your online application

    All you need to fill out your application form is some personal information and school dates of attendance. 

    Create and resume your application in the link below.

  3. Step 3: Pay the application fee and click submit

    To process your application, a non-refundable application fee is required.

    The application fee is $125 for Canadian citizens and permanent residents and $145 for international applicants. The application fee can be paid via cheque, money order or credit card.

Once your application form is complete and application fee is received, an automated email from the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Graduate Studies will be sent to you within two days. The email includes instructions on how to access your Student Centre and who to contact if you have any questions.

Note: Your Student Centre is the portal through which you will submit your supporting documents, as well as be able to check the status of your application.

  1. Step 1: Request official transcripts

    • Official transcripts are required from all post-secondary institutions you have attended.
      • Please note: transcripts for the University of Calgary do not need to be submitted as they are on file.
    • Official Paper Transcripts – Delivery mail or courier
      • Transcripts should be sent directly from the Registrar’s Office of your institution/s to the Haskayne School of Business. Official transcripts will be sealed in an envelope with the institution’s official seal.
      • If the transcripts are in a language other than English, official translated copies are also required.
      • Address to:

                       Haskayne Graduate Admissions
                       Haskayne School of Business
                       2500 University Drive NW
                       Calgary AB T2N 1N4


    • Official eTranscripts – Delivery – digital
      • Alternatively, the Registrar’s Office of your post-secondary institution/s can email transcripts to UCalgary’s Faculty of Graduate Studies at
      • Please note that email transcripts must be sent directly from the issuing institution's transcript office.
        • Official email transcripts need to be sent by the transcript office(s) of the institution(s) that you attended. The name of the transcript office varies between institutions, but common examples include the Registrar’s Office, Controller of Examinations, Student Records, or Admissions Office. Email transcripts sent by individual faculty members, non-registrarial staff, or students cannot be accepted as official.
    • Note: Please plan ahead, transcripts can take two months or more to be received. International applicants may need even longer.
  2. Step 2: Submit supporting documents

    a. Three of your supporting documents need to be submitted online through your Student Centre:

    • Unofficial transcripts
    • Essay
    • Résumé

    b. Request your test scores and English language proficiency results (if required). These result must be sent officially through the test provider to Haskayne.

    • GMAT or GRE official score report (if required)
    • TOEFL / IELTS or other acceptable test of English language proficiency (if required)

You may be invited to complete an interview as part of the admission process. You will be notified by Haskayne’s Graduate Admissions Office if an interview is necessary after we receive and initially review your application. Interviews for the Master of Management program are conducted virtually.

You’ve completed the application form, paid your application deposit, submitted all your supporting documents and completed your interview (if required). What happens now?

At this point your application is considered complete. It will be reviewed by the admission committee for a decision on your admission to the program.

a. If you are admitted - congrats you’re in!

Next you will receive an offer of admission via e-mail. Please review this offer carefully as it outlines:

  • Instructions on how to accept your offer of admission
  • Pay your non-refundable program deposit. Please note: your deposit must be paid in order to confirm your spot in the program
  • Critical deadlines
  • Conditions of your admission (if applicable)
  • Scholarship nominations (if applicable)

Please note: each applicant is considered for Haskayne awards and scholarships at the time of application. No separate application is required. Scholarship nominations are made on the basis of academic merit, which looks at GPA and GMAT score. If you have been nominated for a scholarship it will appear in your Offer of Admission.

b. If you are declined – you will receive notice that your application has been declined admission to the program.