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No; most applicants possess a BS or BA degree.
All PhD students accepted into the program, both American and international, receive a generous stipend (to cover living expenses), and their tuition is paid in full. The program also pays for health insurance for students.
The institution code is 1833 for both; the department code is 0608 for the GRE and 99 for TOEFL.
All applicants must submit scores for the standard GRE. A biology subsection exam is recommended, but not required.
There is no “minimum” score required. The GRE is only one component of the application, and other factors, in particular undergraduate performance and research experience, weigh heavily in the decision. Competitive applicants will have a total GRE score (from the general test) of 310 (1200 on the old exam) or higher (verbal and quantitative combined.) Non-US applicants, total GRE scores (from the general test) 310 (1200 on the old exam) (verbal and quantitative combined) are usually not competitive; applicants with these scores are encouraged to retake the GRE before applying.
Yes, we will consider GRE scores from retaken tests.
TOEFL minimum requirements set by the University of Cincinnati are: 600 (paper-based test), 250 (computer-based test) or 100 (internet-based test).
The PhD application deadline is Mid-January. Since the number of openings is limited, early application is strongly encouraged.
MS Thesis applications are taken till April of every year, and MS Non-Thesis students are available to apply in any quarter.
Applicants must submit three letters of reference. We recommend letters from faculty and / or people who are familiar with your academic performance, and mentors from research experiences. Character references are acceptable, but not as useful. We will accept up to four letters of reference.
The transcripts must be mailed directly from your institution (or be in envelopes sealed by your institution) to the Immunobiology Graduate Program at:
Director of AdmissionsImmunobiology Graduate ProgramCincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical CenterDivision of ImmunobiologyMLC 7038 S.5.6093333 Burnet Ave.Cincinnati, OH 45229-3038
Yes, we need ALL materials before the admissions committee will consider your application.
Yes; if we invite you for an interview, the program will pay reasonable interview expenses, and will arrange your travel and hotel accommodations.
The Immunobiology Graduate Program does not directly pay for rent or cover travel expenses. However, we provide a generous stipend for PhD students. The program has a mentoring system, whereby existing students assist incoming students with their transition (e.g., housing, shopping).
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