1 International Graduate Admission Application INSTRUCTIONS This application is only to be used by students applying for graduate school. Post-Bachelor, Graduate Guest, Permit to Register, and Renewal admission processes require separate applications. The Office of Graduate Admissions can provide you with the appropriate form. To receive the appropriate application by mail call (877) WSU-INFO or e- mail us at Applications and other admissions information may be downloaded from: INQUIRIES All correspondence regarding admission should be directed to the Graduate Admissions Counselor, Office of Graduate Admissions, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan 48202, U.S.A. All admission applications and supporting documents should be addressed to the Office of Graduate Admissions, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan 48202, U.S.A. Other inquiries pertaining to United States Immigration and Naturalization Services, U.S. Border Crossing restrictions, health insurance, or employment on campus should be addressed to the Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS), Welcome Center, 42 W. Warren, Detroit, Michigan 48202, U.S.A. You may also contact the OISS by phone at (313) , by fax at (313) or at the following Internet address: Students applying from outside the United States are encouraged to check the State Department's website: educationusa.state.gov to learn about applying to U.S. universities. For inquiries on available institutional fellowships, scholarships and assistantships, please write to the Graduate School, Graduate Student Financial Assistance Information Office, 4302 Faculty/Administration Building, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan 48202, U.S.A. You may also contact them by phone at (313) , by fax at (313) , or by at For the most current information, visit the Graduate School's Web site at: ALL APPLICANTS International applicants must complete the Graduate International Student Application. three-year general degrees (from Canada, India/Pakistan, France, etc.) are not acceptable for graduate admission to Wayne State University. In all cases, applicants must complete a fouryear Honours degree, or other alternative undergraduate requirements, in order to be considered for admission to graduate school at Wayne State University. Students transferring from other colleges or universities must submit their official transcripts, mark sheets, or other appropriate records of all university/collegelevel coursework. The recording of grades from one or more colleges or universities on the transcript of another institution does not meet this requirement. The information you furnish should be complete since additional correspondence will delay the processing of your application. If you have taken any of the examinations listed above, it is your responsibility to ensure that the Office of Graduate Admissions receives all official scores. Without all necessary information, processing of the application will be delayed. The student must have proficiency in English. Please refer to the English Proficiency Requirements section below for clarification. Prospective students must present official financial support statements showing your sponsor s willingness and ability to pay for tuition, registration fees, books and supplies, and living expenses (if applicable) for the anticipated study period at Wayne State University (normally two to four years). VERIFICATION OF DEGREES Official documents must show the degree title and the date of award. If the applicant is presently a candidate for a degree, no final admission decision can be made until the transcript with a degree statement is received by the Office of Graduate Admissions. Until a transcript with a degree statement is available, admission can be made on a temporary basis. It is also necessary that transcripts or mark sheets of ALL universitylevel grades be sent by the issuing institution to the Office of Graduate Admissions. The transcript must show a record of subjects taken, grades, and degrees earned. The units or credits earned for each course should also be listed. It is not necessary to submit secondary school records. All documents should be submitted in English and in the native language (if applicable). Attach a check or money order for the nonrefundable $50 (U.S. funds) application fee. Make checks payable to: Wayne State University. Cash is not accepted. United States citizens living overseas should not complete the Graduate International Student Application. Please contact the Office of Graduate Admissions for the appropriate application. APPLICATION PROCEDURES To be considered for graduate admission, applicants must complete the equivalent of a U.S. four-year degree, including all state and external/internal examinations required for the degree/diploma. Although a degree in another country may have a similar name to a degree in the United States, this does not necessarily indicate the degree can be accepted as equivalent. For example: ENGLISH PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS All applicants are required to submit evidence of proficiency in English to the Office of Graduate Admissions. A minimum score of 550 is required on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), or a score of 85 is required on the Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) or a minimum score of 6.5 is required on the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). If taking the computer-based TOEFL, a minimum score of 213 is required. The TOEFL Bulletin of Information and Registration form is available at many U.S. embassies, consulates and USIA offices. If not available from these sources write to: TOEFL, P.O. Box 6155, Princeton, New Jersey U.S.A. For information about the MELAB, please contact the University of Michigan at (734) The following applicants are exempt from taking the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) test, or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS):
2 International students whose native language is English. Applicants who have completed all their secondary or postsecondary education in the United States, Canada, or other English speaking countries such as the United Kingdom, the West Indies, and other countries specified by the Wayne State University Office of University Admissions. Applicants whose native language is not English, but who have been instructed in the English language, are not exempt from the TOEFL/MELAB/IELTS requirements. APPLICANTS SEEKING TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIPS Generally, international students do not qualify for financial aid. Applicants who wish to apply for Research or Teaching Assistantships should contact the appropriate department. Please note that the Office of Graduate Admissions does not handle financial aid requests. Applicants applying for assistantships must also demonstrate acceptable skills in spoken English. Such applicants should take the Test of Spoken English (TSE) offered at TOEFL test centers. Test results should be sent by the Educational Testing Service to the chair of the Wayne State University academic department to which you are applying. For information about the test, write to: Test of Spoken English, P.O. Box 2882, Princeton, NJ U.S.A. If the TSE cannot be taken, it is recommended that the applicant correspond with the department chair from which financial support is requested. APPLICATION FILING DATES The Office of Graduate Admissions will make every effort to process your application in time for the semester of your choice. However, we have developed the deadline dates shown below which will ensure a decision before the semester starts. Unless your application and all supporting materials are received by the date indicated, we may not have time to consider you for the desired term. In addition, several programs have firm deadlines which are earlier than those listed (see department/ college/school information inside). Please note that this application is only applicable for the semester you indicate. If you do not register for classes for that semester you must complete a Graduate Renewal Application for the next consecutive semester. Semester: Apply Before: Classes Begin: Fall May 1 Early September* Winter September 1 Early January Spring /Summer January 2 Early May *Law School March 15 Late August OTHER REQUIREMENTS Many departments require other tests (i.e., GRE, GMAT) or additional materials such as letters of recommendation. Consult the admission application instructions for departmental requirements. Failure to satisfy these requirements will delay a final admission decision or may result in the rejection of the application. TYPES OF PROGRAMS The degree(s) or certificate available in each major is indicated under the department/college/school information section of the application by a letter code following the name of the major. M - Masters (M.A., M.S., or other) S - Specialist Certificate D - Doctoral (Ph.D. and/or Ed.D.) C - Graduate Certificate COPIES OF DOCUMENTS Photocopies of original documents must bear the signature of the registrar and the seal of the issuing institution the signature and seal must be original and separate from the photographic image. Attested or true copies are acceptable only if certified by signature and seal of an administrative official of the school in which the studies were completed. Additionally, documents may be attested by the embassy or consulate located in the country from which the student is applying. NON-UNIVERSITY EVALUATION AGENCIES It is recommended, but not required, that applicants with credentials from countries outside of North America submit transcripts or mark sheets to evaluation agencies. You may send your academic credentials to the Education Credential Evaluators (ECE) for evaluation and to determine degree equivalency. Contact ECE at P.O. Box 92970, Milwaukee, WI , U.S.A., by phone at (414) , or via the Internet at For additional evaluation agencies, such as World Educational Services (WES) or the American Education Research Corporation (AERC), you may contact the International Graduate Admissions Counselor. FINANCIAL DOCUMENTATION OF SUPPORT International students must provide official financial support statements documenting the sponsor s willingness to pay for tuition, registration fees, books and supplies, and living expenses (if applicable) for the duration of the anticipated study period at Wayne State. You or your sponsor s ability to provide the needed funds must be verified by a third party, such as a bank. You may use the bank statement included in this booklet, or you may request a letter from your sponsor s bank indicating the name of the bank, the account number, account holder s signature, and bank official s signature. These documents are required for the student F-1 or J-1 visa petition at the American embassy or consulate in the home country. It is advised that students request two original copies of financial documents: one for the visa application and one for Wayne State University. REGISTRATION PROCEDURES If admitted, the student will receive a Certificate of Eligibility (I-20 or DS-2019) with the official letter of admission. This certificate is required to apply for a student visa from the U.S. embassy or consulate. The applicant should not leave the home country before receiving official notification of admission from the Office of University Admissions. Once your student visa is approved and you have entered the U.S., it is imperative that you contact the Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS) at (313) You must present your I-20 or DS-2019 to the OISS in order to finalize your transfer or entry. Failure to do so may affect your student status in the U.S. and will prevent you from registering for classes in the semester following your entry. If you misplace your Form I-20, please contact OISS for a duplicate copy. HOUSING Wayne State University apartments are conveniently located within walking distance from the main campus. For more information, please contact the Wayne State Housing Authority at (313) for a preliminary housing application. You may also visit the housing Web site at for additional information.
3 International Application for Graduate Admission Return to: Graduate Admissions Wayne State University Detroit, MI U.S.A. A non-refundable Application Fee of $50 is required. Attach check or money order made payable to Wayne State University. Checks drawn on foreign banks must carry the notation: Payable in U.S. Funds plus service charges. 1. Name: Last (Family Name) First Middle (Former) Please attach $20 check or money order here. Application fee must accompany application. 2. U.S. Social Security Number 3. Birth Date (Western Calendar): 4. Gender: (If you do not have a U.S. Social Security Number, leave this space blank.) Month Day Year Male Female 5. Permanent Address: Number Street City State or Country ZIP Phone number 6. Mailing Address (if applicable): 7. Address (if applicable): 8. Country of Citizenship: 9. Country of Birth: 10. Country of Legal Residence: 11. If you have a non-immigrant status, please specify: File No. Date Granted 12. Type of non-immigrant status: TN L L-2 Other International students currently holding F-1/J-1 status at a U.S. H-1 H-4 F-1 college or university must submit a non-immigrant status F-2 J-1 J-2 verification with a copy of the current I-20 or IAP If married, of what country is your spouse a citizen: 14. Which of the following English language tests you have taken? TOEFL Date: Score: TSE Date: Score: MELAB Date: Score: Other:(name) Date: Score: 15. Indicate term you wish to begin study at Wayne State: Fall 20 Winter 20 Spring/Summer 20 Classes Begin: Fall: Early Sept. Winter: Early Jan. Spring/Summer: Early May Suggested Application Due Dates: May 1 September 1 January College Desired: Business Administration Law Pharmacy & Health Sciences Education Liberal Arts Science Engineering Medicine Social Work Fine, Performing & Comm. Arts Nursing Urban, Labor and Metropolitan Affairs Graduate School Name of Major: Area of concentration or specialization (if known): Degree Level Desired PhD EdD PharmD AuD Master's Specialist Graduate Certificate Senior Rule (WSU students only) NON-DEGREE (Please include a brief statement of your educational objectives) Non-Degree
4 17. Higher Education Record: It is necessary to list ALL schools, colleges, universities and specialized institutions attended after high school. (International students In cases where a major affiliate institution confers the degree, credit or diploma also give that institution s name). Include Wayne State attendance if applicable. Attach additional sheet if necessary. Please read carefully the signature statement at the bottom of this page. Name of University/Institution Type of Degree, Dates of Major Date Degree Grade Point (City, State/Country) Diploma or Attendance Awarded/Expected Average Certificate From: To: (Mo./Yr.) (Mo./Yr.) (Mo./Yr.) 18. Have you ever applied for graduate, professional or undergraduate admission to WSU? When? 19. Have you ever registered for credit courses (including off-campus) at WSU? WSU I.D. No. 20. Date of last attendance at WSU: At another university: 21. Employment and Practical Experience: Please list in reverse chronological order; attach additional sheet if necessary. Name of Employer Address and Telephone Number Type of Work Dates of Employment 22. Do you plan to be employed while at school? If yes, how many hours per week? 23. Have you applied for a fellowship or assistantship? If yes, to what department? 24. Academic Honors, Scholarship, and Professional Recognition (please include source and date): 25. Examinations taken or scheduled Graduate Record Examination Date Taken/Will Take General Test Score Subject Test in Score Graduate Management Admission Test Score Date Taken/Will Take Michigan Basic Skills Examination Score Date Taken/Will Take Other (specify test) Score Date Taken/Will Take 26. Personal Statement: If there are special circumstances or factors you wish taken into consideration in connection with your application, please submit a statement on a separate sheet and attach it to your application. When applying to the College of Education, a statement of your educational objectives is required. 27. Your signature is required below. I understand that withholding information requested on the application or giving false information will make me ineligible for admission to Wayne State or subject to dismissal. I also understand that the submission of fraudulent academic records by a student for graduate admission, transfer of credit, or any other purpose shall be cause for dismissal from the Graduate School. I certify that the information given in this application is complete and accurate, and if admitted, I agree to comply with university regulations. Signature: Date:
5 Directory of Graduate Academic Programs and Degrees Students are encouraged to contact the programs listed below for more information regarding degree requirements and application procedures. Application requirements are specified in the application requirement key. Visit our Web sites: and School of Business Administration Business Administration, MBA (C, T = GMAT) Joint JD/MBA (C, T = GMAT) Accounting, MS (C, T = GMAT) Taxation, MS (C, T = GMAT) 103 Prentis Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) College of Education Educational Leadership, MEd (C); ESC; EdD; PhD (C, T = GRE gen) 389 Education Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, EdD; PhD (C,T) General Administration & Supervision, ESC Instructional Technology, MEd (C, T = GRE gen); ESC; EdD; PhD (C, T = GRE gen) 381 Education Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Health Education, MEd (C, T = GRE gen) Clinical/Community Health Education Physical Education, MEd (C, T = GRE gen) Exercise and Sport Science, Pedagogy, Wellness Sports Administration, MA (C, T = GRE gen) Interscholastic/Intercollegiate, Professional 265 Matthaei Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Art Education, MEd (C) Bilingual/Bicultural Education, MEd (C) Career & Technical Education MEd (C) College & University Teaching, GC Curriculum & Instruction, ESC (C); EdD; PhD (C) Early Childhood Education MEd (C) Elementary Education, MAT (C, P, T = Basic Skills); MEd (C) English Education (Secondary), MEd Foreign Language Education, MEd Mathematics Education, MEd; ESC Reading, MEd (C); ESC (C) Reading, Language & Literature, EdD (C) Science Education, MEd Secondary Education, MAT (C, P, T = Basic Skills) Social Studies Education (Secondary), MEd Special Education, MEd (C); ESC (C); EdD; PhD (C) 241 Education Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Counseling, MA (C); MEd (C); ESC (C); EdD; PhD (C,T) Education Evaluation & Research, MEd (C); EdD; PhD (C) Educational Psychology, MEd (C); PhD (C, F) Rehabilitation Counseling & Community Inclusion, MA (C) School & Community Psychology, MA (C, F, I, T = GRE gen) 341 Education Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) College of Engineering Chemical Engineering, MS & PhD (C) Environmental Auditing, GC (C) Hazardous Materials Management on Public Lands, GC (C) Hazardous Waste Control, GC (C) Hazardous Waste Management, MS (C) Materials Science & Engineering, MS & PhD (C) Polymer Engineering, GC (C) 1118 Engineering Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Civil & Environmental Engineering, MS & PhD (C) 2172 Engineering Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Computer Engineering, MS & PhD (C, L, T = GRE gen) Electrical Engineering, MS & PhD (C, L, T = GRE gen) 3100 Engineering Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Electronics & Computer Control Systems, MS (C, L) 3100 Engineering Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Engineering Management, MS (C, L, P) Industrial Engineering, MS & PhD (C, L, P) Manufacturing Engineering, MS (C, L,P) Operations Research, MS (C, L, P) Manufacturing Engineering Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) mie.eng.wayne.edu Mechanical Engineering, MS (C, T = GRE gen); PhD (C) 2103 Engineering Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Biomedical Engineering, MS & PhD (C) 818 W. Hancock Phone: (313) Fax: (313) ttb.eng.wayne.edu Engineering Technology, MS (C, L) 4855 Fourth Avenue Phone: (313) Fax: (313) et.eng.wayne.edu Graduate Application Requirement Key A = Additional departmental application C = Contact department for additional information F = Admission for fall semester only I = Interview L = Letters of recommendation P = Personal statement S = Admission for spring/summer semester only W = Admission for winter semester only T = Test Scores (Basic Skills, GRE gen, GRE subj, GMAT) Updated 10/03
6 College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts Art, MA (C); MFA (C) Art History, MA (C, L, P, T = GRE gen) Design & Merchandising, MA (C, L, T = GRE gen) 150 Art Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Law School Corporate & Finance Law, LLM (C) Labor Law, LLM (C) Tax Law, LLM (C) 171 Law School Annex Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Financial Aid Office: (313) Music, MA & MM (C, I) Conducting, Composition, Theory, Music Education, Performance Orchestral Studies, GC (C) 105 Schaver Music Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Theatre, MA (C, F, W); MFA (C, F, I, L); PhD (C, F, L, P, T = GRE gen) 3225 Old Main Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Communication, MA (C, F or S); PhD (C, F, L, P, T = GRE gen) Public Relations and Organizational Communication, Radio-Television- Film, Speech Communication, Communication Studies 585 Manoogian Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Graduate School Alcohol & Drug Abuse Studies, GC (A, C, L, P) Addiction Research Inst., 9A11 Univ. Health Ctr. Phone: (313) Fax: (313) American Studies, GC Analytical Toxicology, GC Archival Administration, GC (C) 3094 Faculty/Administration Bldg. Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Developmental Disabilities, GC (A, C, L, P) Dev. Disabilities Inst., 268 Leonard Simons Bldg. Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Gerontology, GC (A, C, L, P) Institute of Gerontology, 224 Knapp Bldg. Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Infant Mental Health, GC (A, C, L, P) Merrill Palmer Inst., 71-A Freer House Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Individual Interdisciplinary, PhD (A, C) Applicants must contact the Graduate School before applying 4300 Faculty/Administration Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Library & Information Science, MLIS (P); GC (P) 106 Kresge Library Phone: (313) Toll Free: Fax: (313) Molecular & Cellular Toxicology, MS (C); PhD (C) Admission to PhD program only Institute of Chemical Toxicology, 2727 Second Avenue Phone: (313) Fax: (313) College of Liberal Arts Anthropology, MA (C, L); PhD (C, L) 137 Manoogian Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Classics, MA (C, F, L, W, T = GRE gen) Greek & Latin, Latin, Ancient Studies 431 Manoogian Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Criminal Justice, MS (C, L, T = GRE gen) 2305 Faculty/Administration Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Economics, MA (C, T = GRE gen); PhD (C, L, T = GRE gen) 2074 Faculty/Administration Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Joint JD/MA in Economics English, MA (C, L, P, S, T = GRE gen); PhD (C, L, P, S, T = GRE gen & subj) Comparative Literature, MA Linguistics, MA 51 W. Warren, Room 1224 Phone: (313) Fax: (313) French, MA (C, L, T = GRE gen) Italian, MA (C, L, T = GRE gen) Spanish, MA (C, L, T = GRE gen) Modern Languages, PhD (C) 487 Manoogian Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) German, MA (C) Modern Languages, PhD (C) 443 Manoogian Phone: (313) Fax: (313) History, MA (C, L, P); PhD (C, F, L, P, T = GRE gen) Joint JD/MA in History (C, L, P) 3094 Faculty/Administration Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Language Learning, MALL (C) Phone: (313) Near Eastern Languages, MA (C, F, L, W) 437 Manoogian Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313)
7 Philosophy, MA (C, L); PhD (C, L) 51. W. Warren, Room 3001 Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Political Science, MA (C, L, P, T = GRE gen); PhD (C, L, P, T = GRE gen) Public Administration, MPA (C, L, P, T = GRE gen) Public Administration, Criminal Justice Joint JD/MA in Political Science (C, L, P, T = GRE gen) 2040 Faculty/Administration Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Sociology, MA (C, L, P); PhD (C, L, P) 2228 Faculty/Administration Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) School of Medicine Anatomy and Cell Biology, MS & PhD (C, F, L, P, T = GRE gen or MCAT) 8374 Scott Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Basic Medical Science, MS (A, C, F, L, P, T = GRE gen/mcat, W) Medical Research, MS (A, C, F, L, P, T = GRE gen/mcat, W) 1261 Scott Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, PhD (C, F, L, T = GRE gen) 4374 Scott Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Cancer Biology, MS & PhD (A, C, F, L, P, I, T = GRE gen) 211 Lande Medical Research Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Combined MD/PhD Phone: (313) Community Health Services, MS (A, C, L, P) Community Health Services Research & Evaluation, GC (A, C, L, P) 9D University Health Center Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Immunology & Microbiology, MS & PhD (C, F, L, P, T = GRE gen) 7374 Scott Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Molecular Biology & Genetics, MS & PhD (C,F, L, P, T = GRE gen) Admission to Ph.D. program only 3216 Scott Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) cmmg.biosci.wayne.edu Genetic Counseling, MS (A, C, I, L, P, T = GRE gen) 3216 Scott Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) cmmg.biosci.wayne.edu Pathology, PhD (A, C, F, L, P, T = GRE gen or MCAT) 9374 Scott Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Pharmacology, MS & PhD (A, C, L, P, T = GRE gen) 6374 Scott Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Physiology, MS & PhD (A, C, F, L, P, T = GRE gen, W) 3278 Scott Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Psychiatry & Behavioral Neuroscience, MS Cellular & Clinical Neurobiology, PhD (C, F, L, P, T = GRE gen) 2309 Scott Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Radiological Physics, MS (A, C, F, T = GRE gen) Medical Physics, PhD (A, C, F, L, T = GRE subj) First Level University Health Center Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Rehabilitation Sciences, MS (C, I, L, P) MD or DO required for admission 509 Rehabilitation Institute Phone: (313) Fax: (313) College of Nursing Adult Primary Care Nursing, MS (A, C, L, P, T = GRE gen) Adult Acute Care Nursing, MS (A, C, L, P, T = GRE gen) Advanced Practice Nursing with Women, Neonates and Children, MS (A, C, L, P, T = GRE gen) Community Health Nursing, MS (A, C, L, P) Nursing, PhD (A, C, L, P, T = GRE gen) Nursing Education, GC (A, C, L, P) Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Transcultural Nursing, GC (A, C, L, P) 10 Cohn Bldg. Phone: (313) or (800) Fax: (313) College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Anesthesia, MS (C) Detroit Receiving Hospital, Room 2V Phone: (313) or Fax: (313) Clinical Pharmacy, Pharm D (A, C, F, I, L, P, T) Health Systems Pharmacy Management, MS (A, C, F, I, L, P, T) 328 Shapero Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Clinical Laboratory Science, MS (A, C, I, L, P, T) Clinical Lab Instrumentation, Education/Management, Hematology 233 Shapero Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Occupational & Environmental Health Sciences, MS (C) Industrial Hygiene, Industrial Toxicology, Occupational Medicine 628 Shapero Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Graduate Application Requirement Key A = Additional departmental application C = Contact department for additional information F = Admission for fall semester only I = Interview L = Letters of recommendation P = Personal statement S = Admission for spring/summer semester only W = Admission for winter semester only T = Test Scores (Basic Skills, GRE gen, GRE subj, GMAT)
8 Occupational Therapy, MS (A, C, L, P) 311 Shapero Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Physical Therapy, MS (A, C, I, L, P, S) 439 Shapero Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) (must have obtained WSU undergrad degree in Health Sciences) Physician Assistant Studies, MS (C, I, L, P, S, T = GRE gen) 102 Rackham Bldg. Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Pharmaceutical Sciences, MS & PhD (C, L, P, T = GRE gen) Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology/Toxicology 528 Shapero Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) College of Science Audiology, Au.D. (A, C, F, L, P, T) Speech-Language Pathology, MA; MS & PhD (A, C, F, L, P, T) 581 Manoogian Fax: (313) Audiology Phone: (313) SLP Phone: (313) Biological Sciences, MA (C, L, P); MS (C, L, P, T = GRE gen & subj); PhD (C, F, L, P, T = GRE gen & subj) Molecular Biotechnology, MS (C, F, L, P) 1360 Biological Sciences Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Chemistry, MA; MS & PhD (C, F, L, T = contact dept.) 179 Chemistry Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Computer Science, MA & MS (C, L, T = GRE gen); PhD (C, L, T = GRE gen and subj) 431 State Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Geology, MS (C, L, T = gen & subj) 0224 Old Main Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Applied Mathematics, MA Mathematical Statistics, MA Mathematics, MA (C); PhD (C) PhD Specializations - Pure Math, Applied Math, Math Statistics 1150 Faculty/Administration Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Nutrition & Food Science, MA & MS (C, T = GRE gen); PhD (C, I, L, P, T = GRE gen) 3009 Science Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Physics, MA; MS & PhD (C, L, P) 135 Physics Research Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Psychology, MA & PhD (A, C, F, L, P, T = GRE gen and subj) Admission to Ph.D. program only Human Development, MA 71 W. Warren Phone: (313) Fax: (313) School of Social Work Social Work, MSW (A, C, F, L, P) Social Work Practice with Families & Couples, GC (A, C) 105 Thompson Home Phone: (313) Fax: (313) College of Urban, Labor and Metropolitan Affairs Dispute Resolution, GC (C, T = GRE gen); MADR (C, L, T = GRE gen) 3221 Faculty/Administration Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Joint JD/MADR Economic Development, GC (C) Dean s Office, CULMA Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Urban Planning, MUP (C, L) 225 State Hall Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Interdisciplinary Studies, MIS (C,F,L,P,W) 2303 Academic/Administration Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Industrial Relations, MAIR (C, L, T = GRE or GMAT) 1262 Faculty/Administration Building Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Graduate Application Requirement Key A = Additional departmental application C = Contact department for additional information F = Admission for fall semester only I = Interview L = Letters of recommendation P = Personal statement S = Admission for spring/summer semester only W = Admission for winter semester only T = Test Scores (Basic Skills, GRE gen, GRE subj, GMAT)
9 Instructions for Completing the Statement of Financial Support Please read the following instructions carefully before completing and submitting the Statement of Financial Support to Wayne State University. Official sponsorship letters including details, terms and amounts of the award are to be attached to the Statement of Financial Support. This form must be completed and submitted along with an original bank statement or official letter of award from the sponsor as part of the admission process. Please note that photocopies of the documents are not acceptable. The United States Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services regulations require that all international applicants demonstrate their ability to meet educational and living expenses in order for the university to issue a Certificate of Eligibility (Form I-20 or DS-2019). For this reason, this form must be completed and returned regardless of the source of funding. Please complete the appropriate category of page 2, section 3. Bank statement must be current; statements that are older than six months are not acceptable. If the applicant is married and plans to bring the spouse and dependent children to the United States, additional funds are required to cover the expenses of the spouse and children. The Wayne State University admissions office will not issue the Certificate of Eligibility (Form I-20 or DS-2019) unless the applicant has: 1. Provided proof of acceptable English proficiency; 2. Provided proof of adequate financial resources; 3. Been admitted to a full time program. In addition, if admitted, the applicant will need to prove to the US consulate officer in the home country that there are sufficient funds to cover the first year of study. Therefore, we suggest that you request two original copies of all financial documents: one copy for you to keep and submit to the U.S. Consulate and the other to send to WSU with the original application for admission. Please return this completed form to: Office of Graduate Admissions Wayne State University Detroit, MI U.S.A. Students interested in information about studying in the U.S. are welcome to visit the State Department's Bureau of Education & Cultural Affairs (ECA) website at:
10 (Required of all applicants seeking a Student or Exchange Visitor Student Status) It is necessary that the information requested below be provided since very few students receive financial support from the university and immigration regulations severely limit or prohibit employment in the United States for students holding non-immigrant status (F-1, J-1). Because Wayne State University is a tax-supported institution, most financial aid funds are reserved for legal residents of the United States. Normally, graduate students from abroad are eligible to apply for scholarships, fellowships, and graduate assistantships only after having demonstrated exceptionally good academic progress during the first year of their graduate study. However, some departments award graduate assistantships to foreign applicants at the time of admission; please consult with the chair of the department to which you are applying. Most assistantships do not cover costs for an entire calendar year. Proof of additional funds from other sources listed below may be necessary before a certificate of eligibility for a student visa can be issued. A non-resident is expected to provide funding for the first year of study (two semesters or eight months and a four-month summer period) in addition to all transportation, housing, and miscellaneous costs. COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING: Please type or print in ink. Statement of Financial Support 1. Mr. Ms. Family or Surname First Name Middle 2. Are you married? Yes No Will your family accompany you? Yes No If yes, how many of your immediate family members will accompany you? Please provide information on your dependents Name(s) Dates of Birth Country of Birth Citizen Of Relationship to Student 3. Do you have the funds necessary to cover your expenses for your first year of study? Yes No Itemize in U.S. dollars the financial resources you will have available and include documentation for each item. (i.e., bank statements or statements verifying liquid assets. These statements must be no more than six months old.) a. From personal savings $ b. From your family $ c. From your government $ d. From other sources (specify & provide documents $ TOTAL $ 4. If you plan to remain at the university for a second year or longer, which of the above resources will you be able to depend on? a b c d 5. Are the regulations of your government such that this amount of money can be released to you in US dollars? Yes No 6. Has the department to which you applied informed you that you are being considered for an assistantship? Yes No 7. What is your non-immigrant preference? F-1 J-1 (Based on your source of funding) Signature of Applicant: _ Date: PARENT, GUARDIAN OR SPONSOR: Please read and sign below. I am aware of the above financial requirements of Wayne State University, and guarantee the funds necessary for this student to meet all financial obligations. Print Name: Address: Signature: Address: Relationship to the Applicant:
11 Bank Statement Student ID# TO: Bank Official RE: Student s Name (Last Name, First Name) Wayne State University and the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services require that foreign applicants for admission to Wayne State University submit documentation indicating that sufficient funds are available to cover tuition, fees and living expenses for the first year of study. It would be appreciated if you would certify the balance of the account held at your branch for the individual whose signature is below. Account Number Signature of Account Holder or Sponsor We, certify that the account in the name of Bank Name has a balance of $ Account Holder's Name (stated in U.S. dollars) at the close of business on. Date Bank Stamp or Seal Signature of Bank Official Please mail original form to : Office of Graduate Admissions Wayne State University 42 W. Warren Ave Detroit, MI U.S.A. A second original should be issued to the student for his or her records.
12 Change of Immigration Status Check List The following is a list of all the documents required for a change of status; B-1/B2 to F-1 or F-2 to F-1. Once you have gathered all the documents on the check list, call the Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS) at (313) to make an appointment with an International Counselor. The OISS counselor will assist you in preparing your documents and submitting them to the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCI). I-539 form completed by the student I-20AB form issued by Wayne State University Copy of I-94 form Check for $120 U.S. payable to Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services" (BCI). Photocopy of your passport (*Current F-2 status holders must also include a photocopy of the I-94 form and spouse s passport and a photocopy of the Form I-20AB.) Cover letter addressed to the BCI explaining: Why you did not apply for a student visa when you were in your home country; What led you to change your mind after entering the United States; Why you are seeking a status change now; and Reasons you will return to your home country after completion of your degree program. Financial documents guaranteeing support for your entire degree program IF YOU HAVE ACCOMPANYING DEPENDENT(S), ALSO INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS: Additional financial documents (for current F-2 holders, follow the Form I-20AB guidelines); Copies of dependent s passport(s). Copies of dependent s I-94 form(s).
13 Housing Authority Price Sheet (Rental rates are subject to change) For a rental application, contact the Office of Housing at (313) , on the Internet at or write to: Office of Housing and Residential Life 700 Williams Mall Wayne State University Detroit, MI U.S.A. UNIVERSITY TOWER Apartments DEROY AND FOREST One Bedroom: Unfurnished $674 Efficiency: Unfurnished $501 Furnished $715 Furnished $540 Two Bedroom: Unfurnished $831 One Bedroom: Unfurnished $608 (2 baths) Furnished $880 Furnished $648 Three Bedroom: Unfurnished $994 Two Bedroom: Unfurnished $673 (2 baths) Furnished $1048 (DeRoy Only) Furnished $716 CHATSWORTH ANNEX Rates vary according to apartment size and location. SHERBROOKE Rates vary according to apartment size and location. One Bedroom: $453* Efficiency: $320* Two Bedroom: $486* One Bedroom: $375* CHATSWORTH TOWERS Rates vary according to apartment size and location NORTH & SOUTH RESIDENCE HALLS Rates are per person for the academic year (fall & winter semesters) Includes 19 meals per week meal plan Efficiency: $577* One Bedroom: $712* Furnished double $6500 Two Bedroom: $1038* Room with private bath * Rates as stated are averages for this type of unit. Faculty and staff are subject to a 10 percent surcharge and are limited to a one-year stay, except at the Chatsworth Towers.
14 Release of Information According to university regulations, we are not permitted to release information pertaining to an applicant s status to anyone but the applicant. If you wish to designate a specific person in this country as your representative, please provide the following information. IMPORTANT: This form must be completed by the applicant and mailed directly to the Office of Graduate Admissions. It will not be accepted if it is hand-carried to the office. NAME OF REPRESENTATIVE: (Please print) ADDRESS: PHONE NUMBER: RELATIONSHIP: YOUR SIGNATURE: PRINT YOUR NAME: STUDENT ID NUMBER: LAST (Family Name) FIRST (Given Name) (If Known) If you would like your I-20 form to be given to your representative, please sign below: SIGNATURE: PRINT YOUR NAME: DATE: Mail form to: Office of Graduate Admissions Wayne State University Detroit, MI U.S.A.
15 Graduate I-20 Amount Requirements* INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Tuition Fee: $9,805 Living Expenses: $13,826 Total: $23,631 Business, Engineering, and Nursing Schools Tuition Fee: $10,605 Living Expenses: $13,826 Total: $24,431 Law (JD) School** Tuition Fee: $15,712 Living Expenses $13,826 Total: $29,538 Medical (MD) School*** Tuition Fee: $35,619 Living Expenses $18,219 Total: $53,838 PharmD Program**** Tuition fee: $15,500 Living Expenses: $13,826 Total: $29,326 NON-COMMUTING CANA- DIAN (Landed Immigrants and Citizens of Ontario Province Only) Tuition Fee: $4,730 Living Expenses: $13,826 Total: $18,556 Business, Engineering, and Nursing Schools Tuition Fee: $5,530 Living Expenses: $13,826 Total: $19,356 Law (JD) School** Tuition Fee: $7,902 Living Expenses $13,826 Total: $21,728 PharmD Program**** Tuition fee: $7,810 Living Expenses: $13,826 Total: $21,636 COMMUTING CANADIAN (Applicable to legal residents of Ontario) Tuition Fee: $4,730 Living Expenses: $2,000 Total: $6,730 Business, Engineering, and Nursing Schools Tuition Fee: $5,530 Living Expenses: $2,000 Total: $7,530 Law (JD) School** Tuition Fee: $7,902 Living Expenses $2,000 Total: $9,902 PharmD Program**** Tuition fee: $7,810 Living Expenses: $2,000 Total: $9,810 * EFFECTIVE DATE: September 1, 2003 (fees subject to change by action of the university Board of Govenors) ** Ten credit hours a semester for full-time status for JD students *** MD program does not extend the Good Neighbor Policy ****Twelve credit hours a semester for full-time status for PharmD To qualify for the out of state or non-resident tuition waiver, and if you are an immigrant or dependant holding any of the following visas: A, E, G, H, I, L, R, or TN; or if you are military personnel on active duty in Michigan please visit the following website for information:
16 Students Applying from Other Countries: 1. Official application and $50 application fee payable in U.S. funds. 2. Certified English translations of all university, college, and other transcripts required. Must bear seal/stamp of the issuing institution. No other verification will be accepted. 3. Official transcripts in native language, if applicable. Official degree certificates in English and native language. 4. Signed Statement of Financial Support. This cannot be more than six months old. 5. Supporting bank documentation verifying the minimum required dollar amount specified on the Graduate I-20 Amount Requirements form. Bank documents must show equivalent dollar amount and cannot be more than six months old. 6. TOEFL or MELAB with minimum score of 550 or 85, respectively. Minimum required score for the computer-based TOEFL is 213. Test results cannot be more than two years old. A score of 6.5 on the IELTS exam is also acceptable. 7. Signed photograph. (Only one is needed.) Graduate International Checklist 8. If you are currently holding a non-immigrant immigration status (H1, B1, F2, TN, etc.), please include a photocopy of your visa documents. Transfer Students from American Universities/Colleges: 1. Official application and $50 application fee payable in U.S. funds. 2. Certified English translations of all university, college, and other transcripts required. Must bear seal/stamp of the issuing institution. No other verification will be accepted. 3. Official transcripts in native language, if applicable. Official degree certificates in English and native language. 4. Signed Statement of Financial Support. This cannot be more than six months old. 5. Supporting bank documentation verifying the minimum required dollar amount specified on the Inter- Graduate I-20 Amount Requirements form. Bank documents must show equivalent dollar amount and cannot be more than six months old. 6. TOEFL or MELAB with minimum score of 550 or 85, respectively. Minimum required score for the computer-based TOEFL is 213. Test results cannot be more than two years old. Applicants may also take the Wayne State University English Language Institute test. A score of 6.5 on the IELTS exam is also acceptable. 7. Signed photograph. (Only one is needed.) 8. Copy of current I F-1 and J-1 students must contact their international student's office to get released in SEVIS to the WSU Graduate Admissions Office before we can process a new I-20 or DS-2019 IMPORTANT: All bank documentation must be original. No photocopies are accepted. Please mail all documents directly to: Office of Graduate Admissions Wayne State University Detroit, Michigan U.S.A.
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