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    Graduate Study in the US: Guide for International Students main image

    This article is adapted from the QS Top Grad School Guide 2016-2017, available to read online  here .

    The planet’s third-largest country by both area and population, the US is a world leader across pretty much every sphere of human activity – business, technology, science, politics, media, and of course education. The US is home to many of the world’s most prestigious universities (including half of the global top 10 ), and hosts more international students than any other country – almost a million by the latest count.

    Read on for information about studying in the US at graduate level – including how to apply, student visas, fees and funding, and staying to seek work.

    How to apply for graduate study in the US

    San Francisco

    To be eligible for graduate study in the US, you should have completed a bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification from an internationally recognized institution. Along with your degree certificate, you will also typically need to provide:

    • One or more letters of recommendation;
    • A research proposal (for PhD and postdoctoral applicants);
    • A graduate admissions test result, if required (e.g. GRE/GMAT);
    • Proof of proficiency in English (e.g. TOEFL/IELTS) if you are not a native speaker;
    • A statement of purpose, outlining your aspirations and demonstrating your suitability for the course.

    While some institutions accept applications on an ongoing basis, most colleges offer an early deadline (usually December to January) and a regular deadline (usually March to April). You can apply to as many US universities as you like, but many students select a shortlist of six. US universities often charge an application fee, usually between $50 and $100, though online applications can be cheaper or free.

    Thinking of studying a PhD in the US? Read our guide on how to find and fund a PhD .

    How to apply for a US student visa

    Washington DC

    International students will need to obtain an F-1 non-immigrant visa. You can only apply for this after securing a place at an SEVP-approved university, and you’ll need to provide proof of sufficient funds for the course duration and a confirmation of your intention to leave the US after completing your studies. You’ll be asked to attend an interview at your local US embassy, bringing your application and supporting documents with you.

    If you’re a Canadian or Bermudian citizen you won’t need a visa to study in the US, but you will still need to obtain an I-20 Certificate of Eligibility form and pay for SEVIS (the student database and tracking system) registration. The non-immigrant visa application fee is currently $160 and the registration fee for SEVIS is $200.

    Read more advice on applying for your US student visa .

    Tuition fees

    Tuition fees at US universities are well known for being on the high side. Private universities tend to charge higher fees, and usually have a single rate for both local and international students. Public universities will have a lower rate for students from within their state, and a higher rate for international students and out-of-state residents. If you wish to undertake a professional degree such as an MBA, JD, LLM or MD, you should also expect to pay considerably more than for other postgraduate programs.

    All US universities are legally required to include a fees and financial aid calculator on their websites. Use this to get a quick estimate of how much your intended course of study would cost, and what funding you may be eligible for.

    Funding

    New York City

    The good news is that many students are able to benefit from some form of financial aid, and often the most competitive institutions offer the most generous support. For example, five major US universities are entirely “ need blind ”, pledging to offer sufficient financial assistance for all students (both domestic and international) who are selected for admission, regardless of their financial situation. These schools are Harvard , Amherst, Yale , Princeton and MIT .

    As US government aid schemes and loans are often not available to international students, you’ll probably find your best sources of funding are those offered by your chosen university and/or other organizations. Scholarships and grants may be awarded based on financial need, academic achievements and/or other talents, and may also take into account factors relating to your background and field of study.

    While the largest funding packages are often found at the top end of the private sector, many public universities offer alternative support. An example is the Curricular Practical Training (CPT) scheme, which allows students with F-1 visas to gain paid, off-campus internships. Another funding option is the Fulbright Program , an initiative led by the US Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

    View a range of scholarships to study in the US .

    Living costs

    Depending on where you decide to study in the US, the cost of living can vary considerably. Believe it or not, living costs in the US can often be lower than those in other popular study destinations. Suburban and rural areas in the South and Midwest generally have the lowest cost of living, with big urban centers like New York City entailing considerably higher living expenses ( New York University gives an average annual estimate of $24,000). To supplement your income, you may like to seek part-time work on campus . However, work off-campus in your first year is restricted by visa regulations.

    Post-graduation work in the US

    Yale University

    After graduation, F-1 visa holders are generally entitled to stay in the country for up to one year of post-graduation practical training. In order to do this you’ll need to apply for a change in visa status within 60 days after graduation, or risk being deported. There are two types of practical training, known as optional (OPT) and curricular (CPT). Both can be completed either during your degree or after graduation, but must not exceed 12 months and must be in a role directly related to your field of study. Some STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) students may also be eligible to extend their practical training period by an additional 24 months.

    Meet US grad schools in a city near you

    The  QS World Grad School Tour  is your chance to meet representatives of leading grad schools from across the US, and around the world. Get personal answers to your questions, attend free seminars about grad school admissions, and gather all the information you need. Attendees are also eligible to apply for exclusive scholarships.

    This article was originally published in January 2015. It was last updated in November 2016. 

    Want more content like this?  Register for free site membership  to get regular updates and your own personal content feed.

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    Patience M 2 weeks ago

    Hi, am Patience from Kenya,i will be finishing my bachelors degree in a year, and I wanted to carry out my masters degree abroad, can I get a scholarship for that, if I apply


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    Sabrina C 2 weeks ago

    Hi Patience, you can find all our scholarship listings for different countries/regions here , which includes scholarships to study in the US . 


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    Viviana P 2 months ago

    Hello I need an advice please


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    Alex M 1 year ago

    Hi,
    I was trying to apply at the University of Denver but my GRE scores were too low apparently. Now I am wondering if with work experience and a Masters Degree from Germany – is there a way to go around the GRE? Would there be a way for me to appeal that specific decision? It just blows my mind that I have to retake the GRE even though I had recommendations from faculty members, a professor ready to work with me and the perfect resume including tons of work experience and a high GPA… Any advice in this matter is highly appreciated.


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    Skye Y 1 year ago

    Hi, Im applying to a PhD in Sociology in the US, and I have a Masters from the UK. Because the two grading systems are different, would US admissions be able to properly assess my grades/transcript? Thanks in advance!


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    Surbhi J 1 year ago

    Hi,
    I am completing my Bachelors in Commerce(B.COM) from India and I am interested in doing Masters like MBA from abroad. Can you please provide me information on this. Which is the best and cheapest country to do MBA, also what is the procedure to take admission?
    Thanks for reading and replying me!!


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    Sabrina C 1 year ago

    Hi Surbhi, I’m not sure about the cheapest countries specifically for MBAs, but you can read about affordable study destinations here . You can find out more about studying an MBA on our sister site, TopMBA.com. Hope this helps.


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    filmon a 1 year ago

    This is Filmon .I am from Kampala .I have four honour degree in soil science . and I am looking in masters in soil science in USA .so how can I get a list of scholarship in USA .

    Thanks


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    Donald A 1 year ago

    Hi there. I need help finding very affordable(CHEAP) schools that offer a masters program in any of liberal arts,media and digital studies,photography, creative writing. All the schools Ive found are either too expensive or offer courses Im not interested in. I have a bachelors degree in philosophy. I need advise. Thanks


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    Sabrina C 1 year ago

    Hi Donald, I’m afraid I’m not sure about particularly affordable universities for your masters degree, but you could look for a scholarship to help with costs – we’ve listed a range of scholarships to study in the US here . 🙂


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    mohammad b 1 year ago

    Hello
    I am looking to do a master degree in electrical engineering in either USA OR Canada
    But I want to start my study now in the spring semester
    However, I guess that all the universities are asking international students to apply before one year if they want to have an available seat !!

    I am asking if there is a chance to be accepted in any university in the coming semester (Spring Semester) ?


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    Nkurunziza J 1 year ago

    Hello , Iam Nkurunziza jeandeDieu I would like to do my post graduation in North or others American school only need full or partial scholarship .Please can anyone help me Await response ,Iam from Rwanda.


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    Omran I 1 year ago

    hi
    Im looking to do Master Degree in USA in financial mathematics / quant finance / financial engineering / financial statistical modeling.

    is there any database where i can search/filter/scan all US universities according to tuition fees ?

    thanx


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    Sabrina C 1 year ago

    Hi Omran, I’m not aware of a database where you can search for US universities by tuition fees but if you check the ‘fees and finance’ (or similarly titled) section of the official websites of US universities you’ll find a fees and financial aid calculator, which US universities are legally required to provide. This calculator will give you a rough estimate of the cost of your course and what financial aid you might be eligible for. You can search for net price calculators for different universities here. Hope this helps!


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    HARISH A 1 year ago

    for best university selection you can use this
    http://www.msdegreeinus.com/universityselectiontool.html


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    Mario H 1 year ago

    Hello
    I am Mario Had dad, I just graduated valedictorian of my class in dentistry from Saint Joseph university in Beirut… I wish studying periodintology in the best U.S. universities
    Where should I look… and what about scholarships
    Thank your


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    Sabrina C 1 year ago

    Hi Mario, we don’t have a specific rank for periodontology, but it might help to view our rankings by subject for dentistry , with the results narrowed down to show only US universities. We’ve listed scholarships to study in the US here. Hope this helps!


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    Moin A 2 years ago

    Hi, i have just completed my bachelors in electrical engineering, but want to persue a masters of science in management degree from USA. I want to know if its worth doing ms in management from us. Would it be easy to bag a job completing this degree in us? Since ms in management does not have much relevance in my country, so id have to get a job in US in order to pay off the loan debt. Will i get OPT after completion of this degree? How much does this degree cost?? Please reply!!!


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    Abderrahmane B 2 years ago

    Please can anyone help me Im an Algerian Student Im really interested in pursuing my studies abroad 1st step is the USA I will choose a master degree in Economics but I need someone close to the university that Ill choose just to tell me if they can accept me or not

    I have almost 3.6 GPA
    a good level in English but I dont have a diploma
    Bachelor degree (Commercial Sciences with Finance as an option or you can call a minor field)
    Master degree (Finance and Banks)
    My financial situation is weak I dont have enough money to pay a full tuition.

    please can someone help me.


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    Sabrina C 2 years ago

    Hi Abderrahmane, you’ll need to check the official website/s of the US institution/s you’re interested in for details on whether you match their specified entry requirements for their masters in economics course, but it sounds like you’re eligible. You could also check the university’s website for information on any scholarships or other funding opportunities they may have for you – we’ve also listed scholarships to study in the US here . To help you to choose a university, you may like to view our rankings by subject for economics , with the results narrowed down to show only US universities. To find out more about studying in the US, our complete guide should help. 🙂


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    Dimitris S 2 years ago

    A very interesting and really useful article, Thank you


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    Geraldo Figueiredo S 2 years ago

    Hello , I would like to do my post graduation in North American school , only need full or partial scholarship . Await response .


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    Sabrina C 2 years ago

    Hi Geraldo, please take a look at our list of scholarships to study in the US . 🙂


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    karizma s 2 years ago

    Hey Hasna!!
    It is indeed not so easy to take up graduation in USA and manage everything. Before any student applies for the F-1 visa the student has to be accepted for the enrollment in the particular school which is SEVP certified.
    Each and every student applying for F-1 visa has some common questions and notions in their mind. You have precisely mentioned the points well with the detailed description of each.
    The entire flow goes like :
    1.Finding Univeristy
    2.Plannig Budget
    3.Preparing For Exams
    4.Appering For Exams
    5.Filing Application
    6.Schedule Visa Interview
    7.Arrange the Travel

    Once the student reaches USA boundaries on F-1 status, he/she has to take care about:
    Requirements for F-1 visa
    Travel outside US
    Transfer of school/ college
    Work in USA
    Stay in USA
    Great article! Good Luck..


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    Sumit K 2 years ago

    Hi, My name is Sumit Kumar Rana. I lived in India, but I wnat to compelet my masters in USA. my filed is Computer Application/Computer Science. But I need Scholarship as well.
    perferbly I want to go studies in NY,CA and near anywhere.


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    Sabrina C 2 years ago

    Hi Sumit, please take a look at our rankings by subject for Computer Science , narrowed down by country to see the results in the US. We also have a complete guide to studying abroad in the US and scholarship listings . Hope this helps!


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    monsurah k 2 years ago

    Hello,
    My name is Monsurah. I am 22 years old. I currently live in Egypt, but i would like to do my Masters in US. My major is radio and television. I really need a scholarship, preferably Washington DC or any where close to it.


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    Sabrina C 2 years ago

    Hi Monsurah, please take a look at our list of scholarships to study in the US . 🙂


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    mariama k 2 years ago

    hello laura,
    I am 23 years old and from Cameroon.just completed my bachelors degree in geology at our university(Cameroon )and intend to do masters graduation on petroleum engineering. Its been hard getting a scholarship am ready to help myself with work while I pray to received assistant from your scholarship funding. Would loved to know what would be expected of me to be part of these program. Highly expecting a reply from you.
    best regard kouyam mariama.


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    Yogie Y 3 years ago

    Hey Laura,
    I´m 23 years old from Indonesia but i´m studying in Brazil and my Nacionality is Indonesian.. I´m Engineering Production student and next year i will be Graduated of Engineer..i would like to continue my Master Graduation of Engineer in USA but i know education and cost life in USA is very expensive ,and then i´m looking a possibility to get scholarship and free cost life in USA during my life there,is it possible to me?? and i want to know about a possibility to work during my study there…

    i would like to get more information..

    Thank You !
    Yogie Yohanes


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    Laura B 3 years ago

    Hi Yogie. You may be interested in our lists of scholarships to study in the US , and engineering scholarships . However, do bear in mind that most students will still need to find additional funding, either through personal savings or by taking out loans. For more information, take a look at our guides to studying in the US , and the costs involved .


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    Shreya K 3 years ago

    Hey Laura!
    I wish to do my masters from US and the subjects of my interest are Accountancy, Finance, Human Resources and Management. I would want to know about the courses that are available within the purview of the subjects of my interest and the possible career options.

    Thank you!
    Shreya Kapoor


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    Ekta G 3 years ago

    Hello Laura
    I am 18 year old from New Delhi, India. I am doing my under graduation from University of Delhi in BA Political Science Hons with a score of 60.25% (till 4th semester). I want to do my masters from US either in international relations or journalism and mass communication. Do you think these grades will be sufficient?

    I would love to get information on the two, and I would really want to know more about financial assistance and if possible career options.

    Thank you!
    Ekta Godara


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    Laura T 3 years ago

    Hi Ekta, whether your grades are sufficient entirely depends on the school in question so my advice is to research potential schools, the programs they offer and the entry requirements for international students to see if you are eligible. Many schools also list funding information on their websites so make sure to look at scholarships and fellowships to see if there is anything you can apply for. To find the top US universities for communication & media studies click here .

    For more funding options, please see our Scholarships FAQ  and our article on scholarships to study in the US .

    Good luck! Laura


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    Soeren D 3 years ago

    Hi, Laura

    Im a 22 year old from Denmark. However, I came to America 5 years ago to play basketball in High School. After that I stayed for college because I got a scholarship to West Virginia Wesleyan College for basketball.

    Im going to graduate next year (May 2016) with a Bachelor in Business Management, and a double Minor in Economics and Biology.

    Im very interested in going to Grad School for Finance. However, as school is free in Denmark and my family back in Denmark doesnt make a ton of money, I would need to find a way to get it paid for.
    How do you suggest I go about this?

    Thanks in advance!
    Soeren Doessing


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    Laura T 3 years ago

    Hi Soeren, finding funding at graduate level is much easier than at bachelor’s level but still requires a bit of online searching. Use our Scholarship Application FAQ to get general advice on where to look and see our Guide to Graduate Funding for more specific information. My advice is always to search the websites of any school you’re interested in attending as often they’ll list funding opportunities all in one place. To see the top universities in the US for accounting & finance click here . Bear in mind that although the top 100 universities have are likely to have higher entry requirements, they are also often more liberal with funding!

    We also have an article on business & entrepreneurship scholarships  and leadership scholarships  which may be useful.

    Good luck with your search!

    Laura


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    Soeren D 3 years ago

    International Student IN America interested in Masters Degree


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    Sayantan B 3 years ago

    Dear Sir / Ms,
    I am a student of Information Technology, currently in final year. I am willing to get admit in Fall 2016. How do I get to know the universities giving financial aid or funding for Computer Science.


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    Laura T 3 years ago

    Hi there, we have an article on Computer Science Scholarships  which lists a number of current funding opportunities, but your best bet is to look on the website of the university you wish to apply to in order to find specific scholarships. Many schools these days offer some funding, and if they don’t they’ll likely provide information of other external scholarships and funding sources. To see the QS ranking of the top universities in the US for computer science, click here . Good luck! Laura


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    nasir m 3 years ago

    My Bsc engineering in Industrial and manufacturing engineering from Pakistan and Master in management Engineering from Politecnico di milano italy now i want o Master in mechanical enginnering from USA.Any one guide me how can i get scholarship for master programme in USA in any good university.


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    Farhad A 3 years ago

    Dear Sir/Madam,
    Well, Im Iranian. I studied my bachelors degree in chemical engineering. my GRE score is 320 and toefl is 104. Actually my GPA is 3.3. Im really interested to study in one of the universities in US, but Im worried about financial aids. do I have any chance of getting financial aids in this field (chemical engineering)?


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    Laura T 3 years ago

    Hi Farhad, entry requirements vary widely so you should research the top universities in the US for chemical engineering to find your options and to conduct research on each school you’re interested in (via an online search or their website). There are a number of need-blind universities in the US  but the majority are not, meaning that financial aid isn’t definite. There are many other sources of aid however, such as scholarships and loans, so I would advise that you worry about gaining entry into a school before worrying about how to pay! See Scholarships to Study in the US for an insight into the type of funds available. I hope this helps!

    Laura 🙂


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    EMMA O 3 years ago

    Hello,
    I have been trying to select an ideal university for a masters degree. I have a law degree from India and i have been working in law firms in Kenya for the past 5 years. My interests:- real estate/ property law environmental law and public policy. I would like to take say a year off work for my studies. I am hoping for a program that i can pay for myself but cannot seem to find a guide to help me plan financially. Please recommend universities on the east coast or south to help narrow down my selection. Thank you.


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    Laura T 3 years ago

    Hi Emma, we have a subject ranking of the top universities in the US for law and legal studies  but you’ll have to visit the university’s website in order to find out whether they offer a program suited to you in real estate/property/environment or public policy. To see where each university in the rankings is located, see our state-by-state guide to universities in the US . Funding information will also be available of each university website, or check out our article on Scholarship to Study in the US or see our full range of scholarships articles . Hope this helps! Laura 🙂


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    prabakaran m 3 years ago

    Dear Sir/Madam,
    May i know the list of universities that offers informtion systems for international students. Thanks in Advance. Have a nice day .


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    Laura T 3 years ago

    Hi there, we have a subject ranking of the world’s top universities for computer science and information systems  (where you can filter the results by region/country). The majority of the schools listed will offer places to international students that meet their entry requirements. To find these requirements you’ll need to visit their website and look at the program details for the subject you want to study. There will also be a section for ‘international students’ on the website if that school accepts international admission, and it’s here you’ll find out how to apply.

    You might also be interested in looking at our article on Computer Science Scholarships . Good luck.

    Laura


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    Radhika B 3 years ago

    Dear Sir/maam
    I am currently in the final year of Industrial Microbiology. I am interested in applying to US universities for masters in Biotechnology. Could you please inform me about Scholarships and financial aids for Indian Students?


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    Laura T 3 years ago

    Hi Radhika, the first place to look for scholarships would be the university you wish to study at (information on funding will be listed on their website. Often however, you won’t be able to apply for a scholarship before being accepted onto a program. Other scholarships to look for would be government scholarships (from Indian governement or US government) and scholarships from external organizations (e.g a leading industrial microbiology company). We also have a few articles that list a range of scholarships for indian students which you can find here , here , here and here . I hope this helps get you started! Laura


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    udaya m 3 years ago

    Dear Mr/Ms,
    I want to do a master degree in the department of media science and communication. what are the requirements from the universities in USA? can you help me please?.


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    Laura T 3 years ago

    Hi Udaya, I’m afraid that entry requirements differ hugely so you should visit the websites of any school you’re interested in to see the exact requirements. To find the top universities in the US for media and communications, see our latest subject rankings . Laura


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    Clinical Psychology Programs Admissions Requirements

    Admission criteria for California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) vary depending on the program you choose and your level of study. All requirements, however, are designed to determine the qualities and capabilities required of professionals in the field to which you are applying. Your academic ability and preparation, along with other personal, non-academic factors are also considered.

    In addition to any supplementary requirements for your particular program, the university has the following admission requirements:

    • Completed application
    • Submission of official transcripts

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    Your application process begins at the Apply Now page, where you can review Alliant’s Admissions Policies and Application Requirements, complete the online application form, and submit the supporting documents.

    Application Requirements

    1. Online Graduate Application Form: Required for all applicants.

    2. Non-refundable $65 Application Fee: Required for all applicants.

    3. Official Transcripts: Required for all applicants. Official transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate work are required. Transcripts must be submitted from each institution attended, even if transfer units appear on another document. If you attend(ed) an institution with pass/fail grades, please also include any accompanying narrative evaluations.

    It is the applicant’s responsibility to see that all transcripts are submitted as a part of the application. It may be necessary to submit transcripts on which final grades have not yet been posted, in which case you should provide supplementary transcripts as soon as possible. If there is a delay in processing your official transcript request, you should submit unofficial photocopies of transcripts in the interim. Without a complete set of transcripts, your application will be considered incomplete. International applicants and those who received bachelor’s degrees and/or master’s degrees from higher education institutions outside the United States are required to submit official transcript evaluations. See the Graduate Admissions Requirements for further instructions.

    4. Grade Point Average Exemption Petition: Required only if GPA is below 3.0. California School of Professional Psychology requires that applicants have an undergraduate and graduate (if applicable) minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. If your undergraduate or graduate (if applicable) GPA is below 3.0, you must submit a petition requesting an exemption from this academic requirement. Please use the designated space in the online application to indicate which of the following options will constitute your GPA exemption petition:

    1. A brief statement discussing past special academic or personal circumstances explaining academic performance below 3.0
    2. Official copies of test scores (GRE) supporting academic ability (strongly recommended)
    3. A list of scholarly publications supporting past academic/intellectual achievement

    If you choose to submit the statement or the supporting publication material, please do so in the GPA Exemption Petition field on the online application. If you choose to submit official test scores, please provide additional detail in the Test Scores section of the online application.

    5. Resume/Curriculum Vita: Required for all applicants. Submit a current resume or curriculum vita, which includes your experience relative to the field of clinical psychology, including volunteer work if applicable.

    6. Essay: Required for all applicants. Applicants to all Clinical Psychology programs must submit an essay as a part of the application. Please respond in one comprehensive essay of 6-7 double-spaced pages to the following, using distinct sections for each part. Include your name and the page number at the top of each page.

    A. A brief autobiographical sketch. Discuss your life up to now: your family, friends, home, work and community. We are particularly interested in those experiences most relevant to your interest in professional psychology and how those experiences have helped formulate your career goals (at least 3-4 pages).

    B. Since many different graduate programs exist, and the choice is such an important one, explain specifically why you have chosen to apply to the PsyD program at CSPP, and which aspects of CSPP, its programs, its approach to diversity, and its mission have attracted you to the school (1 page).

    C. For PsyD Applicants: What applied clinical problem would you most like to focus on in your PsyD studies and in the PsyD clinical dissertation/doctoral project? Tell us something about your knowledge of the relevant theory and concepts, research, and the application of that scholarship to clinical practice. (1-2 pages)

    For PhD Applicants: What research or applied clinical problem would you like to explore in your PhD dissertation? Please be specific. Tell us something about your knowledge of research methods and other investigative formats, integration of the professional literature on the topic, and the application of theory and scholarship to this research problem. We are interested in your own past activities and experiences as a scholar or researcher, and encourage you to draw on those experiences. (1-2 pages)

    D. In what emphasis, proficiency or academic area would you choose to concentrate your studies at CSPP? Please relate this to your career goals.

    7. Course Descriptions: Course descriptions are required in the following two instances:

    Graduate Entry Requirement: If you are using courses to meet the graduate entry requirements for a program, you must submit course descriptions if the courses you are using to fulfill the required subjects are titled differently from program requirements. Appropriate documentation includes copies of course descriptions, outlines or syllabi. This information should be submitted with your application material.

    Clinical Psychology Graduate Entry Requirement: Preparation in Psychology

    You must have completed one of the following three options prior to matriculation. All coursework used to fulfill graduate entry requirements must have been completed prior to beginning the program. All coursework must have been taken at fully accredited institutions.

    Option #1: Earned a BA/BS degree in psychology. (A master’s degree will not fulfill this requirement.)

    Option #2: If the BA/BS degree is not in psychology, you must have completed coursework in the following four areas with a grade of “C” or better:

    For Fall 2016 starts and beyond:

    1. Statistics
    2. Abnormal Psychology or Psychopathology
    3. Experimental Psychology/Research Methods in Psychology
    4. Physiological Psychology, Learning/Memory, Cognitive Psychology or Sensation/Perception

    Option #3: Earned a score in the 80th percentile or better on the GRE Psychology Test. Official test scores are required for this option.

    Content for the coursework option is as follows:

    ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY/PSYCHOPATHOLOGY: Major disorders, personality disorders, sexual disorders, psychophysical disorders, adjustment reactions, alcoholism and drug abuse, child psychopathology, organic brain syndromes.

    EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY: Introduction to scientific procedures and methods in psychology. Directed experience in research design and control, analysis, bibliographic and report writing techniques. May include a specific research techniques course in perception, physiology, learning, or complex behavior (social, cognition).

    LEARNING THEORY: Broad theoretical coverage of such learning theories as classical and operant conditioning, Gestalt, functionalism, mathematical learning theory, information theory, technology of instruction. Theorists include Pavlov, Thorndike, Guthrie, Hull, Tolman, and Skinner. Should not be limited to a single theory or theorist.

    COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY: Survey of cognitive psychology: how people acquire, represent, transform, and use verbal and nonverbal information. Perception, attention, imagery, memory, representation of knowledge, language, action, decision making, and thinking should be covered.

    SENSATION/PERCEPTION: Acquisition of information about physical world through basic sensory mechanisms and perceptual processes. Perception of objects, surfaces, space, motion, and events. Connections between information, computations, and biological mechanisms in vision, audition, and other systems.

    8. Test Scores

    Test scores are required in the following three instances. In these cases, please include this information in the Test Scores section of the online application.

    1. English Proficiency: Applicants whose native language is not English or who have not earned an undergraduate or graduate degree from an accredited U.S. higher education institution are required to submit test scores to show English proficiency. Please see the Alliant International University Graduate Admissions Requirements for further instructions. If you have a unique situation and can demonstrate English proficiency in a manner not outlined in one of these options, please contact your admissions counselor directly to request an exemption from this requirement.
    2. GPA Exemption Petition: Applicants may elect to submit GRE scores to support the GPA Exemption Petition.
    3. Graduate Entry Requirement: Applicants may elect to submit GRE Psychology Subject Test scores to fulfill the Graduate Entry Requirement.

    9. Recommendations
    Two recommendations are required for all applicants.
    Recommendations should be from references familiar with your work, your academic abilities, or your potential for scholarship and professional accomplishment. If you have been out of school for several years, please feel free to submit recommendations from persons who are familiar with you on any level of professional involvement.

    10. Additional Requirements for International Applicants
    International applicants should review the additional requirements outlined in the Alliant International University Graduate Admissions Requirements.

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