1 General Instructions Once you have submitted your application online, all supplemental application materials should be sent to the following address: BOSTON UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING GRADUATE PROGRAMS OFFICE 44 Cummington Mall, Room 114 Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A. To ensure faster processing, please indicate Web Application Materials on the left side of the envelope containing your supplemental application materials. A Cover Sheet for Supplemental Materials must be printed and submitted with all additional materials in order to facilitate the matching of supplemental materials to your electronic application. Failure to submit the Cover Sheet for Supplemental Materials or use of a cover sheet other than the one provided with this application may cause a delay in the processing of your application. Before you complete the application, you should consult the Program Information section for degree programs and fields of study offered by the College. Also, please refer to additional instructions for international applicants and LEAP (Late Entry Accelerated Program) applicants. Information on general School policies and those of the various programs is available on our website at All parts of the application must be completed and submitted before an application will be reviewed. Electronic applications, with all additional credentials submitted and mailed in one packet, will be given priority. If you submit an online application, do not mail in a paper copy of the application form as this will cause a delay in the processing of your application. Please note that the application for admission also serves as background information for eventual decisions on teaching fellowships and research assistantship appointments. All materials submitted in support of an application become the property of the University, and neither originals nor copies will be returned. Application materials will be destroyed one year after the semester of acceptance if the applicant does not matriculate. Application Fee A non-refundable application fee of $70 must be paid by credit card. If the applicant is unable to pay with a credit card, a paper application must be submitted along with a check or money order payable to Boston University. Checks must be drawn on a U.S. bank. The paper application can be downloaded from our website at The application fee cannot be waived. Application Deadlines - If students are relying on financial aid, it is best to apply for the Fall semester. Spring semester: October 1 for all applicants, those seeking and not seeking financial aid. NOTE: Applications to the Ph.D. programs are not accepted by any department for the Spring semester. The Biomedical Engineering Department does not accept Master s applications for the Spring semester. Fall semester: December 15 for international applicants seeking financial aid. January 15 for U.S. citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. seeking financial aid. NOTE: The Biomedical Engineering Department requests that MS and PhD applications, those seeking and not seeking financial aid, be received by January 15. March 15 for MEng applicants to Biomedical Engineering; and all departments and LEAP who are not seeking financial aid.
2 Financial Aid Information For details of types of University aid available, consult the Financial Resources section of this application. Test Information GRE and TOEFL scores will be sent electronically to BU from ETS. Please be sure to indicate the College of Engineering as a recipient of score reports our institutional code with ETS is The electronic scores will be considered official. Please note that the electronic match of scores to applications only occurs if students names are written in the exact manner on their online application as on the GRE and/or TOEFL report. If your name appears differently on your score report from your name listed on your application, you must notify our office. IELTS score reports must be sent directly to the College of Engineering, Graduate Programs Office. An IELTS score of 6.5 or higher is required for admission. An IELTS score of 7.0 or higher is required for admission and financial aid. Dual Degree Programs M.S. /M.B.A. Students applying to this program must use the Graduate School of Management application. For GMAT score reports, use institution code P42-5K-43; no department code is necessary. Applications may be obtained from, and all materials sent to: Boston University Graduate School of Management, 595 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA Website: MD/PhD Program Students applying to this program must use the Boston University School of Medicine application. Applications may be obtained from, and all materials sent to: Boston University School of Medicine, Admissions Office, Building L, Room 124, 715 Albany Street, Boston, MA Website: LEAP The Late Entry Accelerated Program (LEAP) is designed for students who have at least a bachelor s degree in the liberal arts or another non-engineering field which does not qualify them for direct admission to the College s Master of Engineering programs. Successful completion of the LEAP Phase I program qualifies students to apply to the Master of Engineering degree program and earn a degree. A GPA of at least 3.2 in the Phase I courses guarantees admission to the Master of Engineering degree program. Please refer to the Program Information section of the instructions for additional information. Credentials required for the LEAP application are listed in the Instructions for LEAP Applicants section.
3 Required Credentials 1. A completed electronic application. (Please note that applicants names on the application must appear exactly the same as on applicants passports. Also, if an applicant s name on any supporting credentials appears differently than it appears on the application form, the applicant must notify the Graduate Programs Office of the name variation to ensure that all the documents can be successfully matched.) 2. A non-refundable application fee of $70 paid by credit card. The fee cannot be waived. 3. A Statement of Purpose (essay). 4. A résumé (if available). 5. The Financial Aid Application should be submitted if the applicant is applying for financial aid. Students should upload (or submit) a document that details why they feel they are qualified for a research assistant, teaching assistant, or both. By checking the yes box following the question about financial aid on the application for admission, students will be considered for all Boston University sources of financial aid for which they are eligible. 6. A certified copy and official English translation of an academic transcript (if original is not in English) from each college or university attended. Transcripts should be submitted in an envelope sealed and signed by the registrar. 7. A minimum of two letters of recommendation are required (electronic or paper) from faculty members preferably in the field of proposed graduate study who are familiar with American higher education. Up to three letters of recommendations may be submitted online. Any additional letters must be submitted in paper format, via postal mail. Students submitting written recommendations should send the recommendation forms to the evaluators (be sure to complete the top portion of the form). Please request that the written recommendations be submitted in envelopes, sealed and signed across the seal. 8. Official results of the general Graduate Record Examination (GRE) test. Be sure to indicate Boston University, College of Engineering, institutional code 3105, as the recipient for official score reports (no department code is necessary). A GRE score is valid for five years. The five-year expiration date is based on January for fall applicants and October for spring applicants. For example, if an applicant is applying for Fall 2013, a GRE test taken prior to January 2008 is expired. To receive registration materials or information, write to GRE, Educational Testing, P.O. Box 600, Princeton, NJ , U.S.A.; telephone ; fax ; web: 9. Either a TOEFL or IELTS score report is required of all applicants whose native language is not English unless students have been studying in an English-speaking country for a minimum of two years. A TOEFL score of 550 or higher on the written exam, 213 or higher on the computer-based exam, or 84 or higher on the new Internet Based Test (ibt) is required. The scores on the ibt sections should be, at a minimum: Reading 21, Listening 18, Speaking 23, and Writing 22. An IELTS score of 6.5 or higher is required. Both the TOEFL and IELTS scores are valid for two years. The two-year expiration date is based on January for fall applicants and October for spring applicants. For example, if an applicant is applying for Fall 2013 an IELTS or a TOEFL test taken prior to January 2011 is expired. IELTS test scores should be sent directly to the College of Engineering, Graduate Programs Office. The IELTS website is: If taking a TOEFL test, please select Boston University, College of Engineering, institutional code 3105, as a recipient for official reports (no department code is required).
4 The TOEFL is administered in major centers around the world. To receive registrations materials, contact: TOEFL /TSE Publications, P.O. Box 6151, Princeton, NJ , U.S.A.; telephone ; fax ; Web: Additional Requirements of International Applicants 10. International applicants who have a passport are requested to send a copy of the passport page(s) with their name and expiration date along with their supplemental materials. Applicants must submit original documentation of all sources of financial support. If an applicant is currently living in the United States, they must also submit photocopies of their current visa documents. (Please see the Additional Information for International Applicants section of the instructions for specific information on the required financial and visa documents.) All credentials supporting an application must be submitted in English. A college senior should submit an official transcript of work completed in the first semester of the senior year as soon as it is available. Any additional application credentials submitted separately must be accompanied by a Cover Sheet for Supplemental Materials and should be sent in one packet to the College of Engineering Graduate Programs Office. Materials submitted in support of an application become the property of the University, and neither originals nor copies will be returned. Application materials will be destroyed one year after the semester of acceptance if the applicant does not matriculate.
5 Instructions for LEAP Once you have submitted your application online, all supplemental application materials should be mailed to the following address: Boston University College of Engineering Graduate Programs Office 44 Cummington Street, Room 114 Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A. To ensure faster processing, please indicate Web Application Materials on the left side of the envelope containing your supplemental application materials. A Cover Sheet for Supplemental Materials must be printed and submitted with all additional materials in order to facilitate the matching of supplemental materials to your electronic application. Failure to submit the Cover Sheet for Supplemental Materials or use of a cover sheet other than the one provided with this application may cause a delay in the processing of your application. Electronic applications, with all additional credentials submitted and mailed in one packet, will be given priority. Further information is available on our website at Program Information The LEAP program enables students with a minimum of a bachelor s degree in a liberal arts or other field to satisfy undergraduate engineering requirements and earn a master s degree in biomedical, computer, electrical, manufacturing, materials science and engineering, mechanical, photonics and systems. Graduates of the program are prepared for immediate professional employment or doctoral-level study. Part-time or full-time study is possible. For admission consideration, applicants must have completed at least one semester in college of calculus for math and science majors and received a grade of B or higher. AP course credit does not fulfill this requirement. The core curriculum consists of regular undergraduate courses covering topics such as computer programming, electric circuit theory, signals and systems, electronics, logic design, probability and statistics, and other science or mathematics courses as individually necessary. Full-time students with appropriate preparation in mathematics, science, and engineering-related subjects may complete Phase I of the LEAP program in one year. After successfully completing a designated core curriculum, students have sufficient background to apply for graduate study within one of the Master of Engineering degree programs, which is Phase II of LEAP. Students must have at least a 3.2 GPA in order to be guaranteed admission to the Master of Engineering program. Academic Standards Students in a graduate program at the College of Engineering must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 in order to graduate. Academic Counseling Individually tailored programs of study are arranged for each participant after conference with his or her faculty advisor. Eligibility Students who have a minimum of a bachelor s degree in the liberal arts or another field that does not qualify them for direct admission to any of the College s Master of Engineering programs are eligible to apply to LEAP. For admission consideration, applicants must have completed at least one semester in college of calculus for math and science majors and received a grade of B or higher. AP course credit does not fulfill this requirement. All students must submit general GRE scores at the time of application to LEAP.
6 Criteria for Selection Participants are selected on the strength of their academic preparation, the degree to which the program matches their career goals and aspirations, and evidence of their commitment to the program. Support Services The full range of Boston University services, including the Career Development Office, the Housing Office, and Student Health Services are available to LEAP students. Financial Assistance International students are not eligible for LEAP financial aid and must present financial documentation with their application. LEAP students who are U.S. citizens, permanent residents or who have refugee status and have demonstrated need via completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and are eligible for the Federal Direct Stafford subsidized loan will be considered for LEAP scholarship. Awarding of LEAP scholarship is based on financial eligibility, merit and availability of funds. An application for financial assistance will be mailed upon acceptance into LEAP. Detailed information on available aid and procedures for applying may be obtained by contacting the Graduate Programs Office, at or Application Deadlines LEAP applications are considered for admission to the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters. Application deadlines are as follows: Fall semesters with consideration for LEAP scholarship** January 15 Fall semesters general application deadline with no consideration for LEAP scholarship March 15 Spring semester October 1 *Applicants applying for the Summer semester must indicate this in the Additional Information section of the online application or include a separate addendum to their paper application. **Only U.S. citizens and permanent residents are eligible for LEAP scholarship. Applicants are urged to submit the completed application as early as possible prior to the intended semester of enrollment. All materials submitted as part of the application become the property of Boston University, and neither originals nor copies will be returned. Application Requirements 1. A completed electronic application. 2. A nonrefundable application fee of $70 paid by credit card. The fee cannot be waived. 3. Statement of purpose (essay). 4. A résumé (if available). 5. A certified copy and official English translation of an academic transcript (if original is not in English) from each college or university you have attended. Transcripts should be submitted in an envelope sealed and signed by the registrar. 6. A minimum of two letters of recommendation (electronic or paper) are required from individuals you have known well and who can reflect upon your most recent academic or work experience and who are qualified to speak of your potential for success in the program. Up to three letters of recommendation may be submitted online. Any additional letters of recommendation must be submitted in paper format, via postal mail. Students submitting written recommendations should send the recommendation forms to the evaluators (be sure to complete the top portion of the form). Please request that the written
7 recommendations be submitted in envelopes, sealed and signed across the seal. 7. Official results of the general Graduate Record Examination (GRE) test. Be sure to indicate Boston University, College of Engineering, institutional code 3105 as a recipient of an official score report (no department code is necessary). A GRE score is valid for five years. The five-year expiration date is based on January for fall applicants and October for spring applicants. For example, if an applicant is applying for Fall 2013, a GRE test taken prior to January 2008 is expired. 8. If your native language is not English, you must submit results of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). (Please see the Required Credentials section of the instructions for additional information on the TOEFL or IELTS requirements.) 9. International students must complete the International Student Information section of the online application and submit a copy of their passport to us. (See the Additional Information for International Students section of the instructions.) If a paper application is submitted, international students must include a completed International Student Data Form along with the 3 page application. These forms can be downloaded from our website at As there is no financial aid available for international LEAP students, applicants to LEAP must submit proof of financial ability to pay for tuition and living expenses with their application materials. 10. For admission consideration, applicants must have completed at least one semester in college of calculus for math and science majors and received a grade of B or higher. Refer to the General Instructions section for additional information. If you have further questions now or at any stage of the application process, please feel free to contact the Graduate Programs Office at , via at or by fax at
8 Program Information PhD Postbachelor s or Post-master s PhD in Engineering Post-master s Postbachelor s Program Test Credits Credits Biomedical GRE Computer GRE Electrical GRE Materials Science & Engineering GRE Mechanical GRE Systems GRE Postbachelor s PhD program: Applicants who hold a bachelor s degree are eligible to apply for a postbachelor s PhD program. Students entering the postbachelor s PhD program are required to enroll in a minimum of eight or nine graduate-level courses to complete the equivalent of the MS portion of the program (with a thesis, if required by the department of admission). Postbachelor s PhD students are required to declare the MS degree upon fulfillment of the degree requirements of their department. In addition, a minimum of 32 graduate credits and the completion of a dissertation are required for the postmaster s PhD portion of the program. Post-master s PhD program: Applicants who hold a master s degree (or will at the time of matriculation) are eligible to apply for a postmaster s PhD program. Students entering the post-master s PhD program are required to enroll for a minimum of 32 graduate credits and to complete a dissertation. Official results of the general Graduate Record Exam (GRE) are required for all PhD applicants. Detailed information dealing with requirements such as qualifying examinations and the prospectus can be found in the PhD Programs in Engineering at Boston University Handbook. The Handbook can be found online at Information for all programs, including course descriptions of graduate courses (those numbered 500 and above), may be found in the College of Engineering Graduate Programs Bulletin ( Doctor of Philosophy and Doctor of Medicine (Dual Degree Program) The combined MD/PhD degree program is conducted under the joint auspices of the School of Medicine and the College of Engineering and is designed for and open to highly qualified individuals who are strongly motivated for an education and a career in both medicine and research. The minimum entrance requirements and the prerequisite courses for the School of Medicine are the same as those for the Division of Graduate Medical Sciences. Applications may be obtained from the School of Medicine, Admissions Office, Building L, Room 124, 715 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118; Applicants for the MD/PhD degree program are required to submit the official results of the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) as well as of the general test of the Graduate Record Exam (GRE). The program requires six or seven calendar years of full-time study.
9 Program Information Master s Master of Science Program Program Tests Credits Biomedical GRE 36 Computer GRE 32 Electrical GRE 32 Global Manufacturing GRE 32 Manufacturing GRE 32 Materials Science and Engineering GRE 32 Mechanical GRE 32 Photonics GRE 32 Systems GRE 32 Engineering GRE 32 (Interdisciplinary) The Master of Science is a professional degree with emphasis on advanced training in engineering science and design. Students receiving the Master of Science degree may choose to continue studies toward a doctoral degree or to enter engineering practice. The program requires a minimum of one year of full-time study. Master of Engineering Program The Master of Engineering degree program is a one-year (attending full-time) professional degree with emphasis on advanced technical training and leadership, making it ideal for students seeking to establish or advance a career in industry. Program Tests Credits Biomedical GRE 32 Computer GRE 32 Electrical GRE 32 Manufacturing GRE 32 Materials Science & Engin. GRE 32 Mechanical GRE 32 Photonics GRE 32 Systems GRE 32 Master of Science in Manufacturing Engineering and Master of Business Administration (Dual Degree Program) The combined degree program is designed to provide a balance between manufacturing engineering and operations management. The program has a requirement of 80 credit hours. Applications for the combined program may be obtained from the Graduate School of Management, 595 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215; Please indicate that the application is for the dual degree engineering/management program. Applicants for the MS/MBA degree program are required to submit the official results of the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) scores (use code P42-OL-26). GRE scores are not required. The program requires a minimum of two and one-half calendar years of full-time study.
10 Late Entry Accelerated Program (LEAP) The LEAP program is designed for students who have at least a bachelor s degree, but whose academic background is in the liberal arts or other nonengineering area which does not qualify them for direct admission to the College s Master of Engineering programs. LEAP applicants must have completed at least one semester in college of calculus for math and science majors and obtained a grade of B or higher to be considered for admission. AP course credit does not fulfill this requirement. Phase I of LEAP consists of the student taking a number of undergraduate courses, depending on the specific program being sought and the educational background of the applicant. More information regarding Phase I coursework may be found at LEAP applications will be considered for Fall, Spring or Summer admission. Credentials required for an application are listed under Credentials Required on the instruction sheet of the Application for Admission. All applicants must submit official results of the general test of the Graduate Record Exam (GRE). LEAP applicants who are U.S. citizens, permanent residents or who have refugee status and have demonstrated need via completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and are eligible for the Federal Direct Stafford subsidized loan will be considered for LEAP scholarship. Awarding of LEAP scholarship is based on financial eligibility, merit and availability of funds. Federal and private educational loan funds are available to eligible students enrolled at least half time. International students are not eligible for financial aid and must submit financial documentation with their application materials. Once the course requirements are satisfied, the student applies to Phase II for the Master of Engineering program. Students must have at least a 3.2 GPA in order to be guaranteed admission to the Master of Engineering program. The length of the LEAP Phase I program is individually determined based on each student s academic background and can range between one and four semesters.
11 Additional Financial Information for International Applicants Financial Information International students must make arrangements for travel to and from Boston and have adequate financial resources (including tuition and living expenses) for at least one year at Boston University. Financial aid such as fellowships, scholarships, and assistantships are available to international students, but awards are determined on the basis of merit instead of financial need. (Please see the Financial Resources sections for more detailed information on the types of awards available.) If you wish to be considered for any of these forms of financial aid, please complete the Financial Aid Application section of the application. To be considered for financial aid, applications must be submitted no later than December 15 for the fall semester and October 1 for the spring semester. A limited number of appointments to teaching fellowships and assistantships are available to qualified international students with superior fluency in English. International students will be considered for graduate teaching fellowships only if their IELTS score is 7.0 or higher or their TOEFL score is 600 or higher on the written exam or 250 or higher on the computer-based exam or 100 or higher on the new Internet Based Test (ibt) and their verbal score on the general GRE is at least 155 using the new GRE scoring format or 450 using the old GRE scoring format. Immigration regulations prohibit international students from accepting employment during the first year of study in the United States unless the University offers an appointment together with admission. Information and assistance regarding governmental and other University regulations may be obtained by writing to the International Students and Scholars Office, 888 Commonwealth Avenue, Second Floor, Boston, MA 02215, U.S.A. or visit their website at For further advice and assistance in seeking admission, international students are advised to consult the nearest United States Embassy, Consulate, or information center. Financial Documentation For any student who is not applying for, or has not been awarded, financial aid, Boston University is required by U.S. government regulations to check the availability of adequate funding for tuition, fees, and living expenses for a minimum of one year at Boston University. Please refer to the Estimate of Expenses, found on our website, students must show at least the amount listed in the nine months column. We will be unable to provide students with the documents necessary to obtain a visa without verification of adequate funding. Please note that applications can be reviewed for admission without documentation of funding. If an application receives approval, financial documentation is required for formal admission and the issuance of a visa document. Please remember to submit a copy of your passport page(s) with your name, picture, and expiration date. All financial documents submitted for evaluation will become the property of Boston University and will not be returned to the applicant. Financial Declaration All sources of support which you submit must be: 1. Originals, not photocopies 2. Shown in U.S. dollars 3. For Boston University specifically, and no other college or university 4. No more than one year old 5. Indicate the period of time the support will be provided 6. Written in English
12 Listed below are types of funding and the particular documents required for each type of funding. Please locate the type of funding you will be receiving and review the required documents. A Cover Sheet for Supplemental Materials must be printed and submitted with all funding documents in order to correctly match them to your application. If you will be funded by your parents or a relative, please submit: 1. An original, signed letter of sponsorship which indicates that your sponsor (mother, father, uncle, or brother for example) is willing and able to support you financially for your academic fees and living expenses throughout the duration of your studies at Boston University. 2. An official bank statement or credit reference from a bank stating the availability of the minimum estimated expenses (as indicated on the Estimate of Expense sheet enclosed). This document should be in English, and the sum should be indicated in U.S. dollars. If you will be funded by your government, an organization, a company, etc., the sponsor must submit an official letter of sponsorship which states: 1. That your funding is valid for Boston University specifically. 2. What expenses will be covered. For example: academic fees, living expenses (how much), health insurance, financial support for family members, travel costs, etc. Amounts should be in U.S. dollars. 3. The length of time of the support. If you will be funded by a bank loan, you must submit an official letter of certification from the lending institution. Amounts should be in U.S. dollars. If you will be funded by a Salary or Study-leave allowance, you must submit an official letter from your employer validating this information. Amounts should be in U.S. dollars. If you will be funded in a manner not listed above (for example, if you will fund yourself), you must submit original, official documentation (a bank statement or a credit reference from a bank) that clearly states the amount of funds available. The bank statement or credit reference must be dated within one year from the decision date of the application. Amounts should be in U.S. dollars. IMPORTANT NOTE: If you cannot initially show that you have sufficient funds to meet the minimum funding requirements to bring your spouse and/or child(ren) into the U.S., note the following Boston University policy: Under these circumstances, it is our policy not to issue visa documents for family members until the international student has been in the United States for a minimum of three months. At that time we will only issue visa documents if the student provides us with a budget and three months of bank statements from a U.S. bank showing accrued savings to meet the minimum funding requirements necessary to support dependents for their intended period of stay in the United States. Note to all international students currently in the U.S. please see the Additional Visa Information section for submission of copies of your travel documents
13 Additional Visa Information for International Applicants Visa Documentation In addition to documentation of financial support, international students who are currently in the U.S. or have been in the U.S. during the past six months are required to submit dark, legible copies of their most recent visa documents. 1. Personal data pages of your passport including the page that indicates the passport expiration date. 2. Copy of the front and reverse side of your most recent I-94 card (usually small card stapled into your passport). Please make certain that the copy reflects the red INS stamp on the I-94 card. 3. Copy of the most recent visa stamp in your passport (if applicable). 4. Students currently on an F-1 visa must also submit copies of their current, and all previous, I-20s, SEVIS pages 1 and All students currently in the U.S. must include a valid overseas mailing address in the International Student Information section of the application. Please refer to the list below for additional documents required according to the type of visa you hold: F-1 student visa: Copy of both sides of your employment authorization card (if applicable). J-1 Exchange Visitor visa: Copy of the front and reverse side of all your DS-2019 Forms and/or IAP-66. F-2, J-2, H-4 or any other dependent immigration status: Copies of all immigration documents from your principal alien (your spouse or parent on which you are a dependent) Other visa status: Copies of all of your Form(s) and any other relevant immigration documents.
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