Research Sponsors in United States

Research Updates on Research Sponsorship in United States

February 2023

All first-year applicants—both international and U.S. candidates must complete the Common Application or apply Coalition, Powered by Scoir, along with the required supplements. Restrictive Early Action candidates apply by November 1 and receive notification by mid-December. Regular Decision candidates apply by January 1 and receive notification by the end of March.

You will need to submit:

  • Common Application or apply Coalition, Powered by Scoir
  • Harvard College Questions for the Common Application or Coalition Application Harvard supplement
  • $85 fee (or request a fee waiver)
  • SAT or ACT (with or without writing) – test-optional for 2022-2026 application cycles
  • School Report (which includes a counselor letter) and high school transcript
  • Teacher Report (2)
  • Midyear School Report (after your first semester grades)
  • Final School Report (for admitted students only)

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Students applying from abroad follow the same procedure and have essentially the same application requirements as all other students. All applicants for first-year admission must submit one of the following:

  • The Coalition Application with Yale-Specific Questions
  • The Common Application with Yale-Specific Questions
  • The QuestBridge National College Match Application

Yale will accept any one of these applications, without preference for one over another. Students should submit one—and only one—application per admissions cycle.

Admissions decision notification: Admissions decisions for Single-Choice Early Action candidates will be available online in mid-December. Decisions for Regular Decision candidates will be posted online via the Yale Admissions Status Portal by April 1. Both Early Action and Regular Decision applicants have until May 1 to reply to an offer of admission. Decisions are released exclusively via the Yale Admissions Status Portal.

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As an international student, you may apply to University of California (UC)  as either a freshman or as a transfer student, depending on your level of education. UC has slightly different admission requirements for applicants who are international students. If you’re applying as a freshman, you must:

  • Complete 15 year-long academic courses with a 3.4 GPA:
  • Meet other requirements specific to your country
  • Demonstrate English-language Proficiency

Application filing periods

  • Fall quarter/semester – October 1-November 30
  • Winter quarter/spring semester – July 1-31
  • Spring quarter – October 1-31

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As an international student, your application for admission to K-State must meet the same academic standards for admission as those required of native students. In addition, international applicants holding non-immigrant visas are required by U.S. immigration regulations to be enrolled in a full course of study.

Application deadlines

Deadlines in individual degree programs may be earlier, check with the department in which you are interested when planning your application.

  • January 8 for fall (August) enrollment
  • August 1 for spring (January) enrollment
  • December 1 for summer (June) enrollment

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International students find the city of San Francisco a welcoming place to live and study. A bachelor’s degree is required, preferably in CS or related field. The program accepts three-year bachelor’s degrees from international applicants. There is no strict GPA requirement for admission. Applicants with a GPA of 3.0 or higher (on 4.0 scale) have more competitive applications and a higher chance of scholarship award. For applicants with a non-CS degree, you must demonstrate through prerequisites a high aptitude for CS coursework. Applicants that don’t meet these requirements are encouraged to apply to our three-year MSCS Bridge program. The Fall 2023 application is now open. The priority application date is January 15, 2023.

Test Requirements

The GRE general test is required. The program primarily considers the quantitative score. The average quantitative GRE score is 164. Applications with a quantitative score below 155 are generally not competitive.

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