University of California Santa Barbara PG admissions 2016: University of California, Santa Barbara has invited applications for various postgraduate programmes for Fall 2016. Applications are currently open for Doctorate and Masters programmes across a spectrum of areas including Comparative Literature, Communication, Media Arts and Technology, Sociology, Statistics, Physics, Music, and Technology Management.
How to apply: The application process for PG admissions 2016at University of California, Santa Barbara has to be completed online. Applicants first need to create an account and then follow these steps:
Log-in to the account
Choose the academic program of your choice
Fill in all the details
Submit the form
Click here to apply:
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Three Letters of Recommendation
Statement of Purpose
Statement Summarizing Personal Achievements/Contributions
GRE Test or other standardized tests
Proof of English language proficiency such as TOEFL/IELTS.
Eligibility Criteria: The applicant needs to hold a bachelor degree (or its equivalent internationally) for applying to University of California, Santa Barbara PG admissions 2016, with B average in undergraduate coursework.
English proficiency tests:
Application deadline: The application deadlines of different programs are set by their respective departments and there is no single deadline. The table below lists the deadlines of a few programs to illustrate the point. Applicants are therefore requested to visit the concerned department for program-specific deadlines.
Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology
MA, MA/PhD, PhD
December 15, 2015
December 1, 2016
January 2, 2016
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