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Requirements for Graduate Admission
To be considered for graduate admission to The University of Fairwings , you must meet minimum requirements set by the Graduate School. Requirements of individual graduate programs are often more rigorous than those set by the graduate school. Every graduate program sets their own deadlines and requires the submission of additional materials. These materials vary by program, but examples include letters of reference, auditions, samples of your work, and personal statements. Information about required materials is available from the graduate coordinator of each program.
Graduate admissions is a shared process at The University of Fairwings.
1.The Graduate and International Admissions Center (GIAC) processes applications from prospective graduate students.
Applicants submit the official online application, transcripts, test scores, and processing fees to GIAC. You may also indicate your interest in assistantships and fellowships on the application.
2.Applications are evaluated by faculty in the graduate program you have selected.
When your application is complete, it will be reviewed on an individual basis by faculty in your proposed program. Final decisions on admissibility are made only after all factors and credentials related to your educational background have been considered. Make sure your academic record indicates excellent preparation for study at the university in your proposed major field.
Listed below are the minimum requirements set by the Graduate School. Department requirements may be more rigorous.
Not a specific qualification is need for the short course
A Metric or equal from a accredited institution or proof of equivalent training in a foreign institution
|Official Test Scores
(GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, IELTS)
A grade point average of at least 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) or comparable grade point average in upper-division work (junior- and senior-level courses) and in any graduate work already completed.
If you feel that your grade point averages or test scores are not valid indicators of your ability, you should explain your concerns in a letter to the graduate adviser of the program to which you are applying.
A bachelor's degree from a accredited institution or proof of equivalent training in a foreign institution
A Master's degree from a accredited institution or proof of equivalent training in a foreign institution