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The University of Rhode Island (URI) accepts admission in Fall and spring season. The university has over 18,000 students from 76 countries enrolled in UG, PG and certificate courses.
The acceptance rate of the university is 69% that indicates the university is quite selective. The university reviews the applications holistically the rigour of the high school curriculum, academic performance, standardized test scores, extracurricular activities, employment, leadership, community service, and unique talents are taken into consideration.
|Application Portal||UG - Common Application|
PG - URI Graduate School Application
|Application Fee||UG - 65 USD|
PG - 65 USD + CAS fee
|Mode of Payment||Credit Card, Cheque, Money Order|
|Average SAT Score||Math & Reading/ Writing Score: 1190/1600|
|Average ACT Score||25|
|Institutional Code||SAT - 3919|
ACT - 3818
URI Grad CAS - 3919
|Work Experience||Recommended for transfer students|
|Interview||Required for admission in the professional program|
|Contact details for International email@example.com|
International applicants should apply early to get the best scholarship consideration.
|Spring (January)||December 1|
|Fall (September)||June 1|
|Graduate||Vary from program to program|
Office of International Students and Scholars is an essential source for international students during admission and throughout the study period. The office helps the students in the preparation of I-20 or DS-2019 forms.
Academic requirements - Unofficial transcripts, ACT/SAT Scores (not mandatory)
Official academic documents must be presented at the time of enrollment to the Office of Undergraduate Admission.
Additional documents - I-20 documentation including passport copy, financial statement, and preferred mailing address
|TOEFL iBT||79 (Pharm.D. applicants 100)|
|IELTS||6.5 (Pharm.D. applicants 7.0)|
|Duolingo English Test (DET)||61 (Pharm.D. applicants 75)|
|Pearson Test of English||53 (Pharm.D. applicants 68)|
|Cambridge English||Advanced: 176-184 (Pharm.D. applicants 185-190)|
|Eiken Test of English||completion of level Pre-1 (Pharm.D. applicants Completion of Grade 1)|
The University of Rhode Island offers more than 80 undergraduate courses to the applicants.
Academic requirements - Official high school transcripts, ACT/SAT scores
SAT and ACT scores are not compulsory but are encouraged to get merit-based scholarships. Also, the scores must be sent electronically by the testing service.
Supporting documents - One letter of recommendation, Essay
Admission requirements vary from program to program. Additional materials may be required for some programs including resumes, professional portfolios and official reports of standardized tests.
Application Portal: URI Graduate School
Application Fee: $65
Academic documents - Official transcripts, GRE, GMAT or MAT scores
Supporting documents - Personal statement
Popular Courses in Graduate Programs
The University of Rhode Island offers around 84 programs to all the applicants. Below the specific requirements are given for some of the programs.
|Course||Application Deadline||Academic Requirements||English Proficiency|
|MBA||February 15||GRE/GMAT, Personal statement, Two letters of recommendation, Resume||TOEFL – 91|
IELTS – 6.5
|MS in Chemical Engineering||Fall and Summer: January 15|
Spring Admission: July 15
|Bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering||TOEFL - 80|
IELTS - 6.5
|MA in Communication Studies||July 15||Bachelor’s degree with undergraduate credit for communication studies||TOEFL (cBT) – 230|
TOEFL ( iBT) – 88
|M.S in Interdisciplinary Neurosciences||February 1||Personal statement, Letter of recommendation||TOEFL – 79|
IELTS – 600
|Master of Music||Fall admission: July 15|
Spring admission: November 15
Summer admission: April 15
|Portfolio||TOEFL - 80|
IELTS - 6.5
The admissions process is holistic, and students will need to submit high school transcripts, scores from the SAT or ACT, a personal essay, and a letter of recommendation. Early Action applicants will be notified of their admission decision on February 2.