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Minimum Admission Requirements By Country
University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign Apply here if u have a GRE score > 1350 and Academics > 80%.. u must have some research work to get admit here... Placements in all of the above universities are Excellent.
University of Illinois - Chicago • Total Score: 80, with the following minimum section requirements ○ ○ ○ ○ Reading: 19 Speaking: 20 Listening: 17 Writing: 21
International applicants can begin their application at www.grad.uiuc.edu/admissions/apply/begin/international.cfm
The Graduate College 801 South Wright Street
204 Coble Hall, MC-322 Champaign, IL 61820-6210 Phone: (217) 333-0035 Fax: (217) 333-8019 firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign 5 Urbana, IL 200 7200 8 Out -ofstat e tuiti on$ 24, 644 2007 Total graduate engineeri ng enrollme nt2,479 2007 Research expenditur es per faculty member (in thousands) $482.03 2007 Engineeri ng school research expendit ures (in millions) $195.22 2007 Averag e quantit ative GRE score of new entrant s in both master' s and 2007 Overal l accept ance rate19 .2 % 2007 Faculty member ship in National Academ y of Enginee ring3.9 % Dista nce Ente r your zip
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TOEFL Required: Yes • • Master of Education Master of Science
Full Status Admission Minimum GPA Requirements: 55% 2nd Class Upper Academic Credentials Required for Admission: Attested transcripts and certificate of degrees in native language required. Attested English translation of transcripts and certificate of degrees required. Acceptable Attested English Translations: • • • • • • • • Institution Translation Ministry of Education Translation Any Government Translation from Institution's Country Any U.S. Government Agency Translation ATA (American Translators Association) Official Letterhead/Transcript Paper Original Seal or Stamp, & Signature of Registrar Received in Sealed Envelopes Directly from the Institution
Acceptable Attested Credentials:
Before Beginning the Application Process • • Check to be sure that you meet minimum requirements. Are you, or have you been, a student at the University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign? ○ • Check the re-entry instructions. Do you not intend to pursue a degree?
Check the nondegree instructions.
Selecting a Program of Study Before applying, select your program from the list of Graduate Programs of Study.
• If your program is in the following list, contact them directly, and follow their specialized application instructions: ○ ○ ○ ○ • College of Law (Juris Doctor Program) College of Veterinary Medicine (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program) MBA Program (MBA) Executive MBA Program (MBA)
Otherwise, continue with the application process and check with your proposed program of study office for any additional instructions, requirements, and application deadlines. Check for additional instructions for joint degree program applicants and International Exchange Students.
Application Instructions We strongly recommend that you read the application instructions prior to beginning the application process.
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I. Before You Begin ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Contact Information Frequently Asked Questions Individuals with Disabilities Indictment or Conviction of a Crime Equal Opportunity Policy Important Application Materials
II. Applying to the Graduate College ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Steps to Completion Differences between International and Domestic Applicants Additional Programs of Study Joint Programs of Study Transcripts Minimum Admission Requirements by Country Transcripts English Proficiency Requirement Evidence of Financial Resources Visa Information Notification of Admission Supplemental Admissions Information for Admitted International Graduate Students Financial Assistance Housing Immunization Requirement at Registration Health Insurance Campus Safety
III. Domestic Applicants IV. International Applicants
V. Additional Information
VI. Apply Now
University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign
Work 1308 W. Green Urbana, IL 61801 Work(217) 333-0035
Admissions E-mail : N/A Web site : http://www.engr.uiuc.edu Electronic application : http://www.oar.uiuc.edu/prospective/grad/applyg... •
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Overview : University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign
Admissions Application deadline Application fee Academics 2007 Full-time faculty Fall 2009 Financial Aid Information In state, fulltime: $11,804 In state, parttime: $8,137 Out of state, full-time: $24,644 Out of state, parttime: $16,746 $2,956 per 408 rolling $40
credit hour Student Body 2007 Total graduate engineering enrollment 2,479
Admissions : University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign
Fall 2007 Admissions Statistics Total applicants (master's and Ph.D.) Total acceptances (master's and Ph.D.) 2007 Overall acceptance rate Fall 2009 Admissions Information Application deadline Application fee Application fee for international students Director of admissions Average GPA of new entrants in master's program Average verbal GRE score of new entrants in master's program Average quantitative GRE score of new entrants in master's program Average analytical GRE score of new entrants in master's program Average writing GRE score of new entrants in master's program Average GPA of new entrants in both master's and doctoral programs Average verbal GRE score of new entrants in both master's and doctoral programs rolling $40 $50 Stacey Kostell 0 531 768 N/A 4 0 532 5,166 994 19.2 %
2007 Average quantitative GRE score of new entrants in both master's and doctoral programs Average analytical GRE score of new entrants in both master's and doctoral programs Average writing GRE score of new entrants in both master's and doctoral programs TOEFL TOEFL required for international students? Minimum TOEFL score required for computer test Minimum TOEFL score required for paper test Mechanical engineering website Mechanical engineering phone number Mechanical engineering E-mail Industrial engineering phone number Industrial engineering E-mail Industrial engineering website
Yes 213 550 http://www.mechse.uiuc.ed u (217) 333-1176 N/A (217) 333-2731 email@example.com http://www.iese.uiuc.edu
Cost : University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign
Financial Aid Contact Information Financial aid director Financial aid phone 2007-2008 Expenses Tuition In state, fulltime: $11,804 In state, parttime: $8,137 Out of state, Dan Mann (217) 3330100
full-time: $24,644 Out of state, parttime: $16,746 2007-2008 Required fees Room and board Books and supplies Miscellaneous expenses $2,956 $10,412 $1,750 $2,760
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30,935 undergraduate students 10,407 graduate students 53% Men 47% Women 28.8% of the freshman class in 2007 was comprised of the African American, Latino/a, and Native American populations Students from all 50 states and 118 countries Centrally located between Chicago, Indianapolis, and St. Louis One of the top 10 public national universities – 2008 U.S. News and World Report College Guide One of the top 50 national universities – 2008 U.S. News and World Report College Guide One of the "Best Values in Public Colleges" – 2008 Kiplingers's Personal Finance One of the top colleges for top students – Peterson's Competitive Colleges The #1 most wired college - PC Magazine, 2008
Transfer Dates and Deadlines
Application Filing Period
Spring 2009: September 1 – November 1, 2008 Fall 2009: January 15 – March 1, 2009
If you apply for Spring 2009 entry, you will be notified of a decision by mid-December 2008. If you apply for Fall 2009 entry, you will be notified of a decision by mid-April 2009.
Freshman Dates & Deadlines
Application Filing Period
September 1, 2008 – January 2, 2009 Applications must be postmarked by January 2. We need to receive all supporting documents (transcripts, test scores, essays) by January 12.
Priority Filing Period
September 1 – November 1, 2008 To apply during the Priority Filing Period, a complete application and all supporting documents must be postmarked by November 1, 2008. Completing the application during the Priority Filing Period may give you an advantage when space is limited. Applications will be designated as received during the Priority Filing Period once the entire application file has been completed, including the application and required supplemental materials. We encourage you to complete the application early in the filing period. By completing the application early, you have time to request and ensure the arrival of your transcripts to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. As an applicant, it is your responsibility to know the application requirements and to submit the necessary materials. Also, it is important to note that if you apply or submit supporting materials right at the application deadline, you are at risk to receive a later admission decision, especially if you have international credentials since they require additional processing.
There are two admissions notification dates: December 12, 2008 and February 13, 2009. If you apply during the Priority Filing Period, you can view your admission status online on December 12, 2008. Please note that the online decision is not final until you receive official notification of our decision through postal mail. In some cases an applicantion decision will be deferred, and a final admission decision will not be sent until the second notification date of February 13. Should this be the case, there is no need for you to submit a program change request, as you are still being reviewed for your requested program. If your application becomes complete after November 1, or you are deferred on December 12, you will be notified of a decision on February 13.
• • Students applying to Art Foundation, Theatre Foundation, and Dance: The final notification date will be March 16, 2009. Students applying to Music: Priority filing does not apply to music applicants. You will be notified by March 16, 2009.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
Listed on this page are some resources for financial aid for international students.
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UIUC Emergency Loans • Rugby Tryouts & Pra The University has dedicated $250,000.00 to be used by all students for short term loans to meet • F-1/ J-1 International Overview unexpected emergencies. The maximum is usually $300.00 unless the circumstances are quite special. The criteria that a student must meet are: they must be registered and they cannot be delinquent on any • Finding a Major that F debt owed to the University. The loans must be repaid within 30 to 45 days, depending on when, during a + View all Events month, the money is borrowed. All international students who wish to apply for this loan should come to ISSS. If all the forms have been completed before 3:30 P.M. the money should be available the same day. The Foreign Student Aid Fund The Foreign Student Aid Fund is another small fund available to international students through the donations of many individuals who hope to assist students with short terms money problems. Applicants need to make an appointment with an ISSS advisor. The loans should be repaid within the semester the funds are borrowed and if an application is approved, the money is available within a week. UIUC Long Term Loan The UIUC Long Term Loan is an option that may allow an international student borrow a fairly large sum $1000.00 - $6000.00 - under certain circumstances. The student MUST have a co-signer who is a U.S. citizen or Permanent Resident who is not a student and has an annual income of more than $8000.00. There is a 5% interest charged but the loan does not need to be repaid until the student leaves school. However, once the student does leave school all of the money plus the interest must be repaid within the next 12 months. If any payments are late the co-signer is held responsible for the money owed. If the borrower can repay the money before leaving school there is no interest charged. To learn more about this loan or to apply please make an appointment with an ISSS advisor. The application process involves having the co-signer provide answers regarding their financial ability to repay the loan if the borrower cannot. If an application is approved the money is usually available within 6 weeks. Scholarships and Awards Maria Gratton Award Applications for the 2009-2010 award will be available in the future. Click on the following link for more information about the Maria Pia Gratton award: http://www.skypen.com/piaaward/. The Maria Pia Gratton International Award at the University of Illinois was established by the family and friends of Maria Pia Gratton. Pia passed away on October 31, 1995, at the age of 47. When she came to the United States, Pia had two small children, a degree in math, and little grasp of the English language. Pia enrolled in classes to learn English and computer programming, and with determination she made a home for her family, developed close friendships and began a career in her new country. Those who knew Pia knew her to be a beautiful woman, a caring mother, a loving wife, a dependable coworker, a true friend, a conscientious student, a patient teacher, and a daring traveler. This award
continues Pia's memory with a living tribute to her life. The award, which includes a tuition waiver and a stipend, is intended to enable a female graduate student from outside the United States to have an academic and cultural experience at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Margaret McNamara Memorial Fund External link for grants awarded to women from developing countries. Avery Brundage Scholarship The UIUC Avery Brundage Scholarship is designed for students who demonstrate excellence both in academic pursuits and in amateur athletic endeavors. Financial need is not a factor. Full-time graduate students in good standing with a "special athletic ability" in an amateur sport are eligible. Previous winners represented a wide variety of sports from archery and tennis to swimming and wheelchair basketball. The application packet is available in hard copy at the Office of Student Financial Aid, 620 East John Street, Champaign. Leo S Rowe Pan American Fund External link to loans for persons from Latin America and Caribbean countries and members of the Organization of American States. Office of Financial Aid External link to the University Department for Financial Aid.
400 Student Services Building / 610 E. John St. / Champaign, IL 61820 (217) 333-1303 / (217) 244-0530 (fax) Office Hours: 8:30am - 5:00pm (M - F) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Abbreviated 2009/2010 Academic Calendar for International students Spring 2009 Reporting dates for required orientation at ISSS Classes begin January 12-14 Summer Fall 2009 2009 June 8-10 August 17-19 Spring 2010 January 13-15
January 19 June 15
August 24 January 18
Housing information is available within the Guide to Graduate Life at Illinois at www.grad.uiuc.edu/survivalguide/housing.asp.
Illinois state law requires all new students to provide proof of immunity to certain contagious diseases (among them: diphtheria, measles, mumps, rubella, and tetanus) before enrollment. All admitted students will receive an Immunization Information Form, which must be completed and submitted upon arrival on campus. All international students will be screened for tuberculosis at the time of enrollment in accordance with the Illinois Department of Public Health. All students please note: if the required Immunization Information Form is not submitted, you will not be eligible to register for future terms. Immunization Information Forms are also available online from the McKinley Health Center.
Vaccination and Tuberculosis Requirements for Registration
Illinois requires all college students to be immunized against certain vaccinepreventable diseases. These Include: Measles Mumps Rubella Tetanus/diphtheria Two vaccinations required, on or after the first birthday. Must be live vaccine, which was available after May 1, 1971 One vaccine One vaccine US Citizens and Permanent Residents: booster within 10 years of the first day of the start of classes. International Students: documentation of at least three tetanus and diphtheria vaccinations, the third given within 10 years of the first day of the start of classes.
You can receive any or all of the required immunizations at McKinley for a charge. It is important to meet these requirements. If you do not do this prior to or during the first semester in which you are enrolled, your registration for the following semester will be blocked; you will also be dropped from any classes for which you may already have registered. A health information form detailing how to provide documentation of immunization is included in the university admission packets. You can also download our forms. All new international students are screened for tuberculosis. Screening consists of completion of a paper questionnaire and tuberculin skin test screening for students who have lived in countries outside of the United States. Those with positive skin tests receive a chest X-ray to screen for pulmonary tuberculosis. Students who have a prior history of tuberculosis or who are receiving treatment for tuberculosis should
bring copies of all treatment records, including medical notes and laboratory reports. There is no additional charge for tuberculosis screening. If you need more information, visit the Immunization and Travel Clinic web page or call 333-2702.
insurance is a means to partially cover the costs of health care whenever one needs medical attention in the U.S. All students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign are required to carry health insurance coverage. For more information about the University health insurance plan, please see www.grad.uiuc.edu/current/health.htm. Additionally, all students on J-1 status and their J-2 dependents are required by law to carry adequate health insurance for the full duration of the J-1 program. Students and their families may participate in the University insurance plan or in a private plan that provides at least comparable coverage. International students can find additional information regarding health insurance at the International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS).
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