International applicants have a deadline of November 1, 2017 considered for Autumn 2018 admission.
An international student is anyone who IS NOT a U.S. citizen and does not hold a U.S. Permanent Resident Visa (i.e., “Green Card or Immigrant”).
International applicants are those who currently hold or expect U.S. visas. This includes holders of H1-B, J-1 exchange visitors or any other non-immigrant classifications (e.g., DACA).
Graduate School English Language Proficiency requirements can be found at Understanding the Application Process.
The Program expects each international applicant to
- Find a Neuroscience Graduate Program faculty mentor who is willing to commit financial support for the student.
- Obtain support before the deadline date of November 1st.
- Letter of support must be presented with the application.
International students will not be admitted to the program unless a letter of support is obtained.
Typically successful international applicants begin this process during the year prior to applying to our program.
- A letter from the faculty mentor stating his or her willingness to support the student should be submitted along with the general application.
For information on being an international student, please contact International Student Services.