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In the interest of protecting the health and safety of the Vanderbilt Community from the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), no visitors are allowed on campus.

We certainly want to stay in touch and answer any and all of your questions about the program. Our Master of Accountancy Recruiting Team is available to chat via ZOOM meeting, phone call, or email. Please don't hesitate to contact us at macc@vanderbilt.edu. We're here to help!

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FAQ

Admissions Events & Visits

Q. What if I just wanted to visit campus/meet with a staff member of the MAcc program?
A.

You may schedule an informal visit with us by sending us an email.

Q. How long do interviews last and what can I expect?
A.

Each candidate will have two 20-30 minute interviews. In general, the goal of the interview is to assess your maturity, judgment, professionalism, initiative, interpersonal and team skills, communication skills and ability to think critically. We are also looking at your fit with the program and with the profession.

Q. Can I attend a campus interview event or do I have to receive an invitation?
A.

In the interest of protecting the health and safety of the Vanderbilt Community from the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), no visitors are allowed on campus. As a result, all admission related activities will be held virtually.

Q. How important is the interview?
A.

The interview is an important component of the application and provides you an opportunity to share your story. Through the interview, we hope to hear more examples of the types of experiences you have had in both your personal and your professional life, and to get a sense of your demonstrated record of achievement, your interpersonal and communication skills and your focus—why you are interested in the program. During the interview, we are looking at your fit with the program and the profession.

Interview Process

Q. How long do interviews last and what can I expect?
A.

Each candidate will have two 20-30 minute interviews. In general, the goal of the interview is to assess your maturity, judgment, professionalism, initiative, interpersonal and team skills, communication skills and ability to think critically. We are also looking at your fit with the program and with the profession.

Q. Can I attend a campus interview event or do I have to receive an invitation?
A.

In the interest of protecting the health and safety of the Vanderbilt Community from the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), no visitors are allowed on campus. As a result, all admission related activities will be held virtually.

Q. How important is the interview?
A.

The interview is an important component of the application and provides you an opportunity to share your story. Through the interview, we hope to hear more examples of the types of experiences you have had in both your personal and your professional life, and to get a sense of your demonstrated record of achievement, your interpersonal and communication skills and your focus—why you are interested in the program. During the interview, we are looking at your fit with the program and the profession.

Q. What is the Vanderbilt MAcc's policy on interviews?
A.

Interviews are conducted for selected applicants. After an application has been submitted, the Admissions Committee will review and make a decision based on the information provided. If an applicant meets our minimum qualifications then an invitation will be extended.