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International applicants must complete additional steps during the submission process. The chart summarizes the admissions process steps. For more detailed information regarding the application process, refer to the links below.
Step 1: Review application instructions
Please review The Graduate School application requirements (across all departments and programs) and program specific application instructions.
In addition to all materials required by the Graduate School, international applicants must ensure the following:
Standardized test scores: In addition to the GRE, international applicants must submit TOEFL or IELTS scores, no more than 2 years old.
International applicants must also send the original documents via mail directly to the Department:
Applicants should refer to the MPH, MCRP/MPH, and Doctoral application process guidelines for specific directions on submitting an application.
The Department's admissions committee will review your file and make an admissions decision regarding your application.The Department will not review your application if your financial certificate does not demonstrate an appropriate amount of continuous funding support.
Once the Department has reviewed your application, a recommended decision will be sent to the Graduate School for final approval.
The Graduate School reviews all admissions decisions made by Departments.Once a final decision has been made, The Graduate School will notify you of an official decision via the ApplyYourself portal. This letter serves as your official admissions decision.
|Last updated October 14, 2013|