Your Starting Point for Graduate Study
Welcome to Graduate Admissions at the University of Hartford. We look forward to being your central resource as you begin your graduate career.
We invite you to explore our programs, events, and frequently asked questions. When you request information, you will receive in-depth information about your program of interest as well as general information about Graduate Studies at the University of Hartford.
If you need any support during the application or admissions process, please reach out to us at email@example.com so we can assist you.
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Ready to apply? General application requirements are noted below. However, as application requirements vary by college and program, please refer to the individual program websites for more information.
All graduate applicants are required to submit the following:
- Online application form
- Official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate schools attended
- Letter of intent detailing your interest in the program and goals
- Non-refundable application fee of $50. CAS applicants are required to pay a non-refundable processing fee in lieu of an application fee as designated by the CAS
- Professional resume and/or curriculum vitae
Some graduate programs require the following:
- Audition fee of $40 (Hartt School Applicants)
- One to three letters of recommendation
- Official GRE and GMAT, PRAXIS or MCAT (if required)
- Supplemental documents
International applicants are also required to submit the below materials:
- Transcript evaluation: All foreign transcripts must be evaluated by a National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) member, such as WES, IEE, or SpanTran. If the transcript is written in English, a course-by-course evaluation is still required, as grading systems vary from country to country.
- All graduate level applicants, excluding Master of Science in Computer Science and master's level engineering program applicants, who are non-native speakers of the English language are required to submit scores from one of the following English-proficiency tests. Countries that are considered native English speaking can be found here.
- Master of Science in Computer Science and master's level engineering program applicants who are non-native speakers of the English language are required to submit scores from one of the following English-proficiency tests. Countries that are considered native English speaking can be found here.
- You can qualify for the English Proficiency Waiver if you fit one of the following two categories:
- Admitted students will be required to submit a passport, and financial documents that indicate financial capability and responsibility for at least the first year of enrollment (tuition, fees, and living expenses). If you are not personally funding your tuition, your sponsor must submit a sponsor certification and submit official financial documentation.
Please view our Frequently Asked Questions to assist you with the application process.
Application Dates and Deadlines
Spring, summer and fall 2024 applications are now open.
Most of our graduate programs admit students on a rolling basis. Some programs have specific priority and/or application deadlines. Upcoming deadlines for 2024 are noted below. Please refer to the individual program websites for more information.
|Summer and Fall 2024 Application Deadlines
|March 15, 2024—Priority Scholarship Deadline
|April 15, 2024—Priority Deadline
|Early Childhood Education, MEd*
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Chris Ramos '23, Doctoral Degree in Instrumental Conducting, The Hartt School
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