York University PG admissions 2016: The York University has opened applications for admission to postgraduate programmes in its Faculty of Graduate Studies for the Fall session commencing in September 2016.
How to apply: Students seeking for York University PG admissions 2016 may apply using On-Line Application system available at university’s website.
GMAT/GRE Scores, wherever applicable
Scores of English Language Proficiency tests such as TOEFL, IELTS, MELAB, CAEL, CAE, CPE, YELT and YUELI
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Eligibility Criteria: Applicants seeking for PG admissions 2016 at York University must hold at least an Honours undergraduate degree or equivalent (typically a four-year full-time program) from a recognized institution.
English proficiency tests:
For programmes in the fine arts, humanities and social sciences
85 overall; 80 per section
70 overall; with no component score less than 60
For programmes in Biology, Computer Science & Engineering, and Economics
82 overall with 80 per section
65 overall; with no component score less than 60
For science-based programs (except Biology and Computer Science & Engineering) and Mathematics & Statistics
80 overall with 80 per section
60 overall; with no component score less than 60
NOTE: English language proficiency tests scores requirements vary for some subjects.
Application deadline: The application deadlines for York University PG admission 2016 vary programme wise and usually fall in January and February 2016. However, for majority of courses the application deadline is 13 January 2016. Students are advised to check the deadlines for the programmes of their interest on the university’s website before start application process.
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