Applications are still being accepted for the Case Study session through June 1, 2014.
Prospective students are required to fill out the application, including the University of California Release Waiver Agreement, Medical Release Form and University of California Berkeley Multi-Media Consent Form. The application must be completed in English
Application Essay Questions
Applicants must write an essay (4 pages maximum) answering the 6 application questions below. Instructions are available on the application form:
2 Teacher Recommendation forms (see on line applicaiton)
Current Transcript (including grades from the past two years)
Mail supporting documents to: S545 Student Service Bldg. #1900, Berkeley, CA 94720.
Provide record of immunizations according to California immunization regulations.
A $50.00 application fee must accompany the application. Applications will not be reviewed if fees are not included.
Application Deadline: May 17, 2014 Entrepreneurship (CLOSED) & June 1, 2014 Case Study/Critical Thinking
Students are encouraged to apply prior to the application deadline as applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.
The admissions team looks for academically motivated, mature students who are interested in attending the Berkeley Business Academy for Youth High School Program because they have an interest in developing their knowledge of business or a passion for business. The application and accompanying materials should indicate the student's level of motivation, and maturity necessary for this challenging program.
Applicants may be required to interview with a member of the admissions committee to determine admission to the program.
When we receive your complete application, meaning your online application and all supplemental materials, you will be notified by e-mail. An admissions decision will be made and e-mailed to you within two weeks.
Students admitted into the Berkeley Business Academy for Youth will have two weeks from their acceptance date to confirm their attendance. Applicants are not enrolled until full payment is received.
International students who are proficient in English are welcome to apply to the program. Students will be required to interview with a member of the admissions committee to determine English proficiency and admission to the program, details here.
Berkeley Business Academy for Youth is a non-credit, two week program. International students of countries requiring a visa to enter the U.S., should enter the United States with a B-2 "Visitor for Pleasure" visa instead of F-1 student visa. This allows students to engage in tourist-related plans as well as to participate in Berkeley Business Academy for Youth. Citizens of countries who enjoy the benefits of the Visa Waiver Program should enter the U.S. in WT "Waiver Tourist" status which permits the same activity.
The B-BAY Program Office is located at the Haas School of Business S545 Student Services Bldg. #1900, Berkeley, CA 94720 and is open from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday.
For more information, please contact Olive Davis: