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UCB MFE Spring 2022 entry - Round 4

Hi Everyone,

I did not find any thread for round 4 spring 2022 entry at UCBH, hence thought of starting one for candidates' information on latest developments. I , myself, have applied for round 4. Not sure if UCB has started evaluating the round 4 applications yet.

Although the tracker here shows ~11 students have been accepted until round 3 for spring 2022 entry, anyone having any idea on the exact/actual number of students accepted until last round?

Thanks
 
Hey guys, I got placed on the waitlist within a matter of few weeks. And they are asking to compete the entire set of course list which is huge.

Any one completing that voluminous list of tasks?
 
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Hello, I am in the exact same case, already started to complete the online course, which ones do you have to complete?
 
Hey guys, I got placed on the waitlist within a matter of few weeks. And they are asking to compete the entire set of course list which is huge.

Any one completing that voluminous list of tasks?
Did you end up interviewing? How long between getting waitlisted and interview if yes?
 
The list is huge Rambam. Have started a few ones but not sure if I will be able to complete the list. The courses recommended are very very expensive to join
It's the recommended list,not the required one. You can always email the admissions team and suggest alternatives that are more suitable for you. They'll approve the courses if it meets the requirements they're looking for.
Have you been placed on the waitlist with a guaranteed admit for next year?
 
It's the recommended list,not the required one. You can always email the admissions team and suggest alternatives that are more suitable for you. They'll approve the courses if it meets the requirements they're looking for.
Have you been placed on the waitlist with a guaranteed admit for next year?
Thanks for the advice @WorkofArt , will surely ask the adcom for inexpensive alternatives. I have not received any guarantee for next year though.
 
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