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Application Instructions

Application Deadlines

Standard Application Deadlines Canadian Applicants Non-Canadian Applicants
For September Admission June 1 April 1
For January Admission October 31 August 31
For May Admission February 28 December 31

Complete the Graduate Studies Application

We accept either print or online applications. Apply online by completing and submitting our online application form OR print the form [PDF - 128kB] and send it to the address below with your supporting documents.

Supporting Documents

  • References: You must provide two professional references from former or current supervisors. An academic reference may be provided as an additional. These must come directly from your referees in a sealed envelope. All references are considered confidential and as such cannot be returned to you. Your referees may use the forms provided below or write a letter of recommendation.  Their original ink signature must be included.

  • Transcripts (from colleges or universities): All transcripts (including English translations) must bear the official stamp/seal of the issuing institution and must be sent from the university/college attended directly to the Admissions office. Transcripts sent by the applicant will not be accepted.  The GRE and GMAT are not required for admission.

  • Personal Statement: You must submit a personal statement or statement of intent as to why you wish to enroll.

  • CV: You must submit a CV. This should include job titles, detailed responsibilities and the month and year start and end dates for each role. Your CV should, at a minimum, reflect your work history during the past five years.

  • Confirmation of Employment: Applicants must submit a confirmation of employment letter.

Application Fee

Your application must include a $115 application fee that can be paid by cheque, money order or credit card. Please do not send cash. Please indicate the method of payment on the application form.

International Applicants

Please note that this program is part-time and does not meet the requirements for a student visa.  For students who have studied at a school where English is not the primary language of instruction, applicants must submit the results of one of the following: 

  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
  • Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT)
  • Graduate Record Examination (GRE). 

If your primary language is not English and if you have not worked for more than five years in an English-language environment, you should familiarize yourself as soon as possible with the university’s English language requirements.

Ready to Apply?

Note: Please send your application and supporting documentation to the address below. The university cannot process incomplete applications.

Submission Instructions

Send your paper application and all supporting documentation to:

Mailing Address

(for postal delivery)

Centre for Executive and Graduate Education
Dalhousie University, Faculty of Management
P.O.Box 15000
6100 University Avenue, Suite 3100
Halifax, NS 
Canada  B3H 4R2

Street/Courier Address

(for non-postal delivery)

Centre for Executive and Graduate Education
Dalhousie University, Faculty of Management
6100 University Avenue, Suite 3100
Halifax, NS 
Canada  B3H 4R2

The university cannot process incomplete applications.


If have a question about your application, please feel free to get in touch with our support team:

Phone: 902-494-6391
Toll free:

Confirmation of Acceptance

All admitted applicants must confirm in writing their acceptance of the offer of a place and provide a non-refundable deposit to the Student Accounts Office. This deposit will be applied toward tuition, but will be forfeited if the student does not register in the academic year for which he or she was admitted. Please note that this deposit is separate from any application or pre-registration fees.

Additional Information

Up-to-date and additional information, including Faculty of Graduate Studies regulations, can be found on the Faculty of Graduate Studies site.