Doctoral Admissions Requirements

Doctoral admission requirements vary depending on the doctoral program sought. In addition to the degree requirements for admission, the following are University-wide doctoral admission requirements:

  • Official graduate/master’s degree certificate and transcripts of all college work undertaken (degrees and dates awarded must be posted);
  • Official undergraduate/bachelor’s degree certificate and transcripts of all college work undertaken (degrees and dates awarded must be posted);
  • Submission of a personal narrative;
  • Letters of recommendation; and,
  • Any other requirements as detailed on the application form, or as may be requested by the University.

International Applicants
International applicants are considered for admission on the same basis as local applicants and evaluated in accordance with the International Academic Credentials Handbook, but must also demonstrate English proficiency.

All students for whom English is not a first language are required to show English proficiency before beginning an academic program.
It should be noted that:

  • A Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of 550 for Paper-based, 213 for Computer-based, 90 for Internet-based Test (IBT) and above, or a Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English of grade C or better is required for those applicants whose language of instruction is not English.
  • Where applicable, an official translation of all academic records will be required.
  • Meeting the minimum entrance requirement for any of the programs does not guarantee admissions into the University program.

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