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Student’s documents and credentials will be pre-screened by Modern College of Business and Science and sent to the Office of International Students & Programs (OISP) at Franklin University for final admissions decisions.
When admitted into the Franklin University MBA program you become a Franklin University student with the same rights and obligations as Franklin’s students taking courses in all other locations.

Graduate Admissions Checklist

  1. High School Transcript - English version
  2. Bachelor’s degree transcript – English version
  3. Bachelor’s degree certificate – English version
  4. MBA Application Form for Admission
  5. Online form for the MoHE in Oman
  6. Online Global MBA Application Form for Franklin University – this form will be filled in with assistance of the MBA office staff

IMPORTANT NOTE:
Official transcripts from the institution where bachelor’s degree was earned must be submitted directly to Modern College of Business and Science.
Official transcripts should have the relevant ministry stamps.

  1. Curriculum Vitae
    CV should include the names and contact details of three professional or academic references.
  1. Admission Essay
    Write and submit to the MBA office an essay consisting of between 500-800 words based on the following: Describe your strengths and weaknesses as they relate to your academic ability, contributory work experience, and personal qualities and characteristic that you will bring to Franklin University. How do they relate to your career aspirations and chosen master’s degree program?
  1. National identification document & passport
    Submit a copy of your national identification document and your passport’s information page.
  1. Official certificate of English proficiency
    IELTS and TOEFL are accepted.
    Applicants who do not have official TOEFL or IELTS scores are required to take an online Accuplacer ESL test through the MBA office.
    Applicants who have completed a degree in a country in which English is the only official language do not need to submit additional proof of English proficiency.