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Graduate Admissions Checklist

Complete Application (Apply Online)

Application Fee ($75)

Submit Official Undergraduate and/or Graduate Transcripts Washington University in St. Louis School of Engineering & Applied Science
Attention: Graduate Admissions
1 Brookings Drive, CB 1100
Lopata Hall, Room 303
Saint Louis, MO 63130

Electronic transcripts received directly from an institution or secure provider are acceptable.

3 Letters of Recommendation (Submit online - paper recommendations are not acceptable)

Statement of Purpose (Required for all applicants - please upload in application)

GRE Scores (Please use institution code 6172. GRE scores are required for all doctoral applications. Applicants should upload a copy of their scores in the application for evaluation purposes. Official scores from ETS are required if admitted.)

TOEFL or IELTS Scores (Proof of English proficiency required for all international applicants. Please use institution code 6929 for TOEFL scores. Previous TOEFL/IELTS scores may be used for evaluation purposes.)

Financial Certification (Required for all admitted international student applicants. All doctoral applications are reviewed for full financial support. Financial certification does not have to be submitted until an admission decision letter has been received.)

 

 

 

 

Admissions Staff

  • Graduate Admissions
    Beth Schnettler
    Director of Graduate Admissions
    Lopata Hall, Room 303
    CB 1100
    1 Brookings Drive
    Saint Louis, MO 63130
    (314) 935-7974
    bethschnettler@wustl.edu
"My decision to come to Washington University was mainly because I wanted the opportunity to conduct research with the faculty. I wanted a school that was recognized for my research field of study, and Washington University is well known," says Cristina Garcia-Duffy. Cristina is a PhD student from Spain in the Department of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science.
 
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