Admissions and application information for students interested in graduate studies in architecture at Cornell AAP. Includes information on M.Arch., M.Arch.II, Ph.D. See “Admission Requirements” under each degree program for. Students are eligible for admission to the graduate program. Architecture Graduate Program at UCLA 1317 Perloff Hall Box 951467 Los Angeles, CA 90095-1467. Admission Requirements; Program Statistics; PHONE (310) 825-0525.
Specific procedures and requirements vary depending on the degree program and discipline. Applicants should follow instructions detailed under the degree program of their interest. Be sure to follow the Application Instructions and read through the FAQs. See specific program admissions requirements: MArch Admissions. SMArch. S: HTC and AKPIA Urbanism Architectural Design Building Technology Computation History, Theory and Criticism. SMBT Program. Art, Culture and Technology.
Admission to 2-Year Program An applicant with an undergraduate major in architecture from UWM or a school with an accredited program in architecture similar to the B.
Doctoral Programs: Building Technology Computation. History, Theory and Criticism. Admissions Requirements (all applicants)The Application Deadline is December 3. Application material must be submitted by the deadline. Late applications will not be reviewed.
It is the responsibility of the applicant to be sure that the application is completed. Three letters of recommendation. Letters from instructors are preferred unless you have been working for several years, in which case supervisors may be included.
The application can be submitted with fewer than three letters, but be sure to remind your instructors to complete their letters. Applications still missing two or more letters when review begins will not be reviewed. Review the instructions for letter submission in the .
Degree Requirements Master of Architecture Professional Degree Program. The Master of Architecture is an accredited first professional degree, with graduate.
Applicants will send prepared emails to the recommenders containing a secure link to the recommendation form. We prefer that letters be submitted through the online application, and not a third- party letter distributor. Transcripts for all relevant degrees, official or unofficial, must be uploaded to the application system. PDFs must be clearly readable and oriented correctly on the screen. Only those applicants who are accepted for admission will be required to send a hard copy of an official, sealed transcript (with English translation) from each school attended.
Please do not have official copies sent to our office unless you are admitted. Certificate and community college transcripts do not need to be sent unless the courses are not also listed on your primary college transcripts. Non- English transcripts must be translated into English, and if necessary, signed by a licensed notary and accompanied by the original version. In addition to transcripts, applicants should complete the Subjects Taken section with any relevant course work. If you have taken studios, indicate this on the Test Scores/Experience/Electronic Portfolio section.
IELTS or TOEFL Score. Applicants whose first language is not English are required to submit either an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score (Academic test) or a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), regardless of citizenship or residency in the U. S. No exceptions are made. The admissions committee regards English proficiency as crucial for success in all degree programs. In order to meet the admissions deadline, it is recommended that candidates take the IELTS or TOEFL on the earliest possible date.
Applicants must request that an official copy of their test results be sent directly to MIT by IELTS International or Educational Testing Service. IELTS and TOEFL Scores must be no older than two years as of the date of application. To avoid delays, please use the following codes when having your TOEFL scores sent to MIT: Institutional Code: 3.
Department Code: 1. The minimum score required for MArch candidates is 7 and the minimum TOEFL score is 6. Internet- based test). While either test score is accepted, the IELTS score is preferred. All students whose first language is not English are required to take the English Evaluation Test (EET) prior to registration at MIT. Even students who satisfy the IELTS/TOEFL requirement for admission may be required to take specialized subjects in English as a Second Language (ESL), depending on their EET results.
These subjects do not count toward the required degree credits. Curriculum Vitae, uploaded to the system. A portfolio of work, uploaded to the application.
See program- specific instructions for portfolio requirements. A Statement of Objectives of one or two pages must be uploaded to the application system. Indicate why you are applying, and describe your qualifications for the degree. A non- refundable Application Fee of $7. USD. You will need to submit a credit card number on the Architecture Graduate Application to process this fee.
Submission of completed application form by the application deadline. No more than one application may be submitted by any applicant to the Department of Architecture. If your intention is to apply to two different degree programs in the Department, please contact us. The link to apply is: http: //gradapply. Interviews. An interview is not required for application but are recommended for all the Ph.
D programs, the Master of Science in Art Culture and Technology (SMACT) and Master of Science in Building Technology programs (SMBT). Reapplying. Applicants should use the online application system to submit a new application and enter all the required information. Official test scores that have been sent to us electronically in prior years are still in our records, but applicants should upload all documents to the system, and request new recommendation letters. MIT is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in education and employment and abides by its nondiscrimination policy in administering the admissions process.