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The University of Washington is a highly reputed university with large enrolment of around 5,989 students each year. The University offers a wide range of courses in more than 55 subject areas.The acceptance rate of 80% makes it easy to get in school. Though the admission standards are challenging, applicant competition is very low.
|Application Portal||Official Website|
|Application Fee (non-refundable)|
Undergraduate:75 USD for International students
Graduate: Varies as per program selected
|Mode of Payment||Credit card or Electronic cheque|
|Intake Seasons||Autumn, Winter and Spring season|
|Financial Aid||Grants, loans, work-study, and Scholarships|
The full-time academic session at the University of Washington begins in the Autumn, Winter and Spring seasons. The students may apply up to one year in advance for early decision. Currently, the admission process for the session in the Summer season is ongoing.
Spring: Jan 15
|Regular||Varies with course|
International students must fulfil additional requirements before submitting an application to the University of Washington. Some of them are as follows:
Application Submission Requirements:
International students must submit the ones listed below:
English Language Requirements:
International students must have proof of their English language proficiency by providing scores of any one of the following tests given below, to be eligible for admission at the University of Washington:
|Test Name||Score Required|
The University of Washington enrols around 5,989 students each year in more than 55 undergraduate programs. The admission requirements and eligibility criteria for undergraduate courses are given below:
How to apply: The students have to apply through the official website.
Application Fees: 75 USD
When to apply: Application opens on September 1 and ends on January 15
Academic Requirements: Official Transcripts, GPA of 2.0 or higher, SAT or ACT, English Proficiency score for International students, Recommendation letters, submission of CADR’s.
The University of Washington offers 14 graduate programs to prospective applicants. Students can apply via the respective school’s website. Each program’s requirements, deadlines and admission procedure differs from the other.
Academic Requirements -Applicants must submit SAT or ACT along with TOEFL/IELTS Academic scores.
|Course||Application Portal||Application Deadline||Application Fee||Academic Requirements||Minimum English Language Proficiency|
|Leadership MBA||UW Bothell MBA program||January 10 February 10||75 USD||TOEFL/ IELTS|
TOEFL (IBT): 83
|Technology MBA||UW Bothell MBA program||January 10 February 10||75 USD||TOEFL/ IELTS|
TOEFL (IBT): 83
|Master of Arts in Cultural Studies||Cultural Studies - (MACS) - Bothell Campus||February 1||85 USD||TOEFL/ IELTS|
TOEFL (IBT): 80
|Master of Arts in Policy Studies||Official website of Graduate School||February 1||85 USD||GRE||153 verbal 144 Quantitative|
|Master of Education||website||February 1||85 USD||TOEFL/ IELTS|
TOEFL (IBT): 80
Supporting Documents: Personal statement, a current resume/CV, Letter of recommendation, English language proficiency, scores of GRE (if available), Research essay.
The admissions office of the University of Washington reviews each application critically. Admissions are offered to students on the basis of their academic excellence, official test scores, supporting documents and an on-time application submission with the required fee.
To avoid last-minute confusions, students are recommended to submit their applications 2 weeks prior to the application submission. Admission decisions are released as and when the applications are reviewed, post submission.
The University of Washington recorded an overall enrolment of 5,989 students for 2019 admissions. Around 5,411 students were admitted to undergraduate programs, while 578 students were admitted to graduate programs.