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Princeton University - 2016

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Graduate

Admissions Information

Graduate Admission to the College of Engineering

Application procedures are set forth on the Graduate School's website at http://gradschool.princeton.edu, or from the Office of Graduate Admission, by e-mail (gs@princeton.edu) or phone (609-258-3034). All applications are due in December. Refer to the Graduate School's website for specific dates. Detailed questions about specific programs and research should be directed to the appropriate department. More information can be found at http://engineering.princeton.edu.

Graduate Admission to an Engineering Department

Application procedures are set forth on the Graduate School's website at http://gradschool.princeton.edu, or from the Office of Graduate Admission, by e-mail (gs@princeton.edu) or phone (609-258-3034). All applications are due in December. Refer to the Graduate School's website for specific dates. Detailed questions about specific programs and research should be directed to the appropriate department. More information can be found at http://engineering.princeton.edu.

Entrance Requirements for Foreign Students

To take full advantage of the education that Princeton University affords them, graduate students must demonstrate a level of oral proficiency in the English language, sufficient to participate successfully in all the various activities that comprise a graduate education, including class work, research, and teaching. The Graduate School requires that all non-native speakers of English who have not earned their undergraduate degree in a U.S. college or university be tested early in the Fall Term for an acceptable level of oral proficiency in English. Those who fall below this level are required to take a term-time English course before being retested.

Entrance Requirements for Non-Resident Students

To take full advantage of the education that Princeton University affords them, graduate students must demonstrate a level of oral proficiency in the English language, sufficient to participate successfully in all the various activities that comprise a graduate education, including class work, research, and teaching. The Graduate School requires that all non-native speakers of English who have not earned their undergraduate degree in a U.S. college or university be tested early in the Fall Term for an acceptable level of oral proficiency in English. Those who fall below this level are required to take a term-time English course before being retested.