1. Submit a completed graduate student along with a $100 (US) non-refundable international application fee. The application includes a 200-word essay regarding the applicant's professional plans and reasons for seeking acceptance into the program.
2. Provide an official transcript from the college awarding the undergraduate degree. Provide official transcripts of graduate course work completed and/or degrees earned at any other institution, if applicable. Transcripts must be mailed by the college or university directly to the graduate Admissions Office at John Brown University. Non-English academic records must include certified translation into English.
3. Submit graduate recommendation forms from three persons who are not related to the applicant but are familiar with the applicant's character and scholarship.
4. Present acceptable graduate entry tests appropriate for the desired degree.
5. Provide immunization records including date of measles/rubella vaccination, if the student plans to be enrolled for 12 or more hours during a semester, and proof of U.S. health insurance.
6. Submit official TOEFL score.
7. Provide official documents showing ability to pay college costs, or an Affidavit of Support (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Form I-134, available through the International Programs office) completed by a U.S. sponsor.
8. Submit deposit covering the cost of tuition for one year. Deposit is 100% refundable if student does not enroll.
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As part of our commitment to make a Brown University education accessible to students from all income backgrounds, Brown is making automatic application fee waivers available to more students. Beginning in the fall of 2017, Brown will automatically waive the application fee for any student who is enrolled in or eligible for the Federal Free or Reduced Price Lunch program (FRPL), as well as students who are enrolled in federal, state or local programs that aid students from low-income families (e.g. TRIO Programs). Additionally, Brown will automatically waive the application fee for any student who belongs to a Community Based Organization or College Access Organization that promotes educational opportunity for low-income students. Brown will continue to honor fee waiver request forms from the College Board, NACAC, school counselors, and direct requests from students.
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