Yes, if one of these conditions exists:
Citizenship of Australia, Botswana, Canada, Caribbean English speaking countries, Dominica, Gambia, Ghana, Great Britain, Guyana, Hong Kong, Ireland, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Malawi, Namibia, New Zealand, Nigeria, Scotland, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, West Indies, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
The student has earned a college or university degree in the United States or in one of the countries listed above.
A degree earned from the American University in Beirut, American University in Bulgaria, American College of Greece, or from Bogazici University in Turkey.
Current enrollment as a full-time student who will have completed two academic years of college/university work in the United States prior to the date of anticipated entrance at the University of Massachusetts.
An Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) certificate has been obtained (prior to June 2005 only.)
For review purposes unofficial scores are acceptable. However if admitted, official scores will need to be provided.
Yes, there are no waivers for this requirement unless the following is met: a JD, PhD, or MD has been earned in the US from a regionally accredited institution and the Graduate School has proof of the earned degree; or if an applicant has earned an international MD degree and the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) certificate has been obtained and documentation of both are on file with the Graduate Admissions Office.
No, that is not required.
Like with the test scores, unofficial transcripts are acceptable for review. However, if admitted official transcripts will need to be provided.
January 20th is the deadline for submission to enroll in the following Fall. While it is not disqualifying, it is strongly urged that your application is complete.
Yes. You may upload your new score, however your old score will still be available for review.
If the department is interested in you as a prospective student, they will reach out and set up an interview and/or a visit.
Generally, 2 – 3 students per track per year are admitted in the program. We generally receive 200 – 250 applications per year.
Within the application, leave the TOEFL field blank and upload the score in the “additional materials” section
The code is 3917.
The average GMAT (or GMAT equivalent, converting GRE to GMAT) of incoming students is ~690.
100 for the TOEFL and 8 for the IETLS. As well as high speaking scores, generally above 26 for the TOEFL and 8 for the IELTS.
No, that is not necessary.
At least two, preferably 3. In addition to academic, professional references will be accepted.
No, a Master’s degree is not required, although a Bachelor’s degree is required.
Yes, there is a non-refundable $85 application fee that is payable online via credit card or by check drawn on a U.S. bank (made payable to UMass Amherst).