All applicants who are not currently enrolled at either Southwestern or Druckermust follow the standard application procedures and submit the requiredmaterials for Southwestern's J.D. Program (see Southwestern’s JD Application Guide orwww.swlaw.edu/studentservices/jdadmin/applicants
for complete details). Applicantsmust also schedule an interview with the law school’s Assistant Dean for Interdisciplinary Programs and submit the following additional requirements:
At least one of the three required letters of recommendation should explicitly address the candidate's suitability for the concurrent-degree program.
In addition to the personal statement required by all JD applicants, three additional essays should be submitted (nomore than three to five pages total), answering the three specific questions found in Southwestern’s Application Guide or on the website (see url above).
Official GMAT Test Score(s) – The GMAT is not required for applicants who score 155 and above on the LSAT or for EMBA students.
APPLICATION DEADLINES Southwestern reviews applications on a rolling basis. The application deadline is April 1, but later submissions will still be considered. The concurrent-degree program's priority deadline is February 15. Students who submit their applications by this date will receive priority consideration for financial aid.
“Both Southwestern and The Drucker School approach the disciplines of law andmanagementwith an emphasis on responsibility and integrity. As a result, graduates of this exciting newJD/MBA programwill be prepared to serve as effective, ethical leaders in our ever-evolvingmarketplace.”
President and CEO, SunAmerica RetirementMarkets, Inc. Member, Southwestern-Drucker Leadership Council
TUITION AND FINANCIAL AID
Financial aid is available to students in the formof loans, work study and institutional scholarships. Southwestern also awards specificmerit-based scholarships each year to students in the concurrent- degree program. Detailed information can be found atwww.swlaw.edu/studentservices/
LAWAND BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIPS All accepted first-year concurrent-degree programapplicants are considered for Law and Business Scholarships. These select scholarships, providing up to full tuition, are awarded to entering students who have demonstrated exceptional promise. Criteria for these awards include strong undergraduate grade point average and Law School Admission Test scores, leadership potential and other outstanding personal accomplishments, among other factors.
THE LARRAINE SEGIL STRATEGIC ALLIANCE SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT FUND The first scholarship endowment fund in the world to reward strategic alliance competency, these scholarships are designated for outstanding women in the Southwestern-Drucker JD/MBA program based on academicmerit and the student's expressed interest in strategic alliances.
Students are responsible for paying tuition and fees based on the units they take at each school. These costs are charged by the schools respectively; current tuition rates and fees can be found on each school’s website (www.swlaw.edu/studentservices/finaid/tuition
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