International student application deadline

Hello worldly applicants,

We are delighted to see so many applicants from across the globe applying to the Josef Korbel School!

As all of you (hopefully) know, the priority deadline for international student applications was yesterday. Do not despair however, if your application is incomplete at this point, it’s ok… please continue to gather and submit those remaining application materials. Why?  Our School operates on a rolling admissions basis which essentially means the review committee will continue to evaluate complete applications (meaning all supplemental materials and the application have been submitted) for admissions and scholarships until we fill our 2011 class. We request completed applications a month before our domestic applicants to help accommodate the, sometimes lengthy, visa process. So send those documents in and feel free to check the status of your application online by clicking here, and enter your login and passcode in the returning user login section. Please keep in mind that it takes approximately 3-5 business days upon receipt for the Office of Graduate Studies to process application materials.

Feel free to contact our office if you have any questions.

Warm regards from Colorado,
Nicole

Nicole Vilegi
Associate Director of Graduate Admissions
Nicole.Vilegi@du.edu

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Traveling in Southeast Asia

I had a wonderful trip to Southeast Asia where I met some great students. I was pleased to see so many students from Hanoi and Bangkok interested in our MDP program. A lot of students were asking about our scholarships and what they need to do to qualify for one. The quick answer is that you don’t need to do anything! All candidates are automatically reviewed for scholarships at the time of admission. We simultaneously review all applications for funding and admission, so students will know if they have been offered funding when they receive their admission letter. If you have questions about our scholarship program, feel free to contact me–or just respond to this blog post.

Brad Miller

Director of Graduate Admissions