Illinois Institute of Technology PG admission 2016: Illinois Institute of Technology has invited applications for admission to PG programmes for Fall 2016 in the following colleges-
Chicago-Kent College of Law
Armour College of Engineering
College of Architecture
College of Science
Institute of Design
Lewis College of Human Science
School of Applied Technology
Stuart School of Business
How to apply: Aspirants can apply through Illinois Institute of Technology Online Application.
Click here to apply.
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$60 Application Fee
Statement of purpose
Letter of recommendation
Standardised test scores- GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, IELTS, PTE etc.
Financial support documents
A copy of passport identity page
School transfer form
Candidates who are applying for Stuart School of Business need to submit $75 application fee.
Eligibility Criteria: Aspirants who want to apply at Illinois Institute of Technology for graduate programmes should have a four year UG degree. Candidates who have three year degree must have completed master’s degree before applying for the program.
English proficiency tests: GRE and GMAT requirements vary as per program you are applying for. Minimum combined GRE score for Quantitative and Verbal test is in between 292-304.
Click here to check the complete requirement.
Application deadline: Illinois Institute of Technology allows aspirants to apply as soon as they complete academic year. However priority deadline to submit application is January 31, 2016.
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