To be eligible for the program, admitted students must:

The Global Management Program (GMP) is open to freshmen only, and is ideally suited for students who have a strong interest in global management and cultural immersion.

All students are encouraged to contact the Haas Undergraduate Program Office or the Office of Undergraduate Admissions for assistance and further program information.

The application is available through the UC Application. Applications for admission to the GMP are available in August prior to the year in which you plan to enter UC Berkeley. The application filing period is November 1-30, and all applications must be submitted by November 30.

Applicants who are selected for the Global Management Program will be notified during February or March.

Application Basics

  • UC Application
  • GMP supplemental application
  • Possible interview

Supplemental Essay

Once you submit your UC Application, you will receive an additional email from UC Berkeley’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions asking you to write and submit a supplemental essay about your interest in the Global Management Program. Expect to receive this email 5-7 business days after submitting your UC Application. From there, you will have until 11:59pm PST, January 3 to submit your supplemental essay. Failure to submit your essay by the deadline will remove you from consideration to the GMP.


After the GMP selection committee has reviewed your UC Application and Supplemental Essay, you may be invited to participate in a virtual interview. Interviews are by invitation only, and if selected you will receive an invitation by late February/early March. Candidates who are asked to interview will sign up for a 20 minute time slot to interview with a faculty or staff member.

Notice of Availability

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Annual Security and Fire Safety Report (PDF)

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