The doctoral programs are highly selective and are designed for research oriented students aspiring to become leaders in their respective field of study.
The selected students will be immersed in a rigorous international research environment which will require full time commitment for the duration of the program. The admitted students can expect to be offered financial support commonly in the form of research assistantships or fellowships.
To be considered for admission to a PhD Program, a student must have the following:
- A Master's degree from a recognized accredited institution, with a strong academic record in a major field of study and background relevant to the proposed graduate-level studies with a GPA at least 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale) or equivalent.
- English Language (at least 6.5 IELTS; 570 paper-based TOEFL; 220 computer-based TOFEL; or other accepted International Standard, if from a school where English is not the teaching language.
Strong computational skills to allow competent search and analysis appropriate for the selected field of study.
GRE general and subject test scores, or equivalent.