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The Immunobiology Graduate Program welcomes qualified candidates to apply for enrollment. We encourage applicants to apply for admission by mid-December but the official deadline is usually in January. The exact date for the official deadline is posted on Check My Status. Accepted students to the Phd and the MS full time program begin lab work July 1
Qualified applicants should meet the following requirements:
All of these items must be received before an applicant will be considered.
It is possible to check your application status by using the Check My Status. This feature allows applicants to monitor the receipt of required materials and the progress of their application.
After preliminary screening of all applications, we may invite select applicants for a personal interview. The interview serves as an opportunity for the applicant to meet faculty and graduate students, to see the program’s research facilities and for members of the program to evaluate the prospective student.
Financial support for participants is generous in the Immunobiology Graduate Training Program. All PhD students accepted to the program receive full tuition remission, a nationally competitive stipend and a health insurance plan. Unfortunately, no programmatic stipend or tuition support is available for MS students. Employees of Cincinnati Children's and UC may be eligible for tuition benefits. Please contact your HR Department.
Cincinnati’s reasonable cost of living, combined with the program’s financial support, make it easy to live, work and study here.
The Immunobiology Graduate Training Program has extraordinary support from investigator and institutional research funds.
Other Financial support
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