How to Apply?
To apply online, go to the UI Graduate and Professional Admissions website.
After you submit your application, you will receive email instructions on how to establish your HawkID and password in order to access your Admissions Profile on MyUI, our online portal for students. All supporting materials can and should be uploaded through your Admissions Profile. If your academic program requires letters of recommendation, you will be asked to provide the contact information of your recommenders on your Profile. The recommender will then receive an email from the Office of Admissions instructing them on how to upload a recommendation letter and/or recommendation form.
Applicants for admission to the graduate program must meet the Admission Requirements of the Graduate College and the department offering the degree program (review the General Catalog for departmental requirements). See the Manual of Rules and Regulations of the Graduate College on the Graduate College website for additional information.
Application Deadline: February 1st (for financial support); April 15 (for all other Fall admission applications); October 1 (for all other Spring admission applications)
Requirements for Admission
Applicants for fall semester whose application materials are received in the Department by February 1st have the best chance to be admitted and receive financial aid. All applicants must submit:
- academic transcripts,
- letters of recommendation from three persons familiar with their past academic work,
- a statement of purpose, and
- one or more samples of original writing (one of which should be in French) that show their ability to pursue graduate work in French (an honors thesis, term paper, seminar paper, or other course papers).
- international students must also submit TOEFL scores according to the English Proficiency Requirements of the Graduate College.
For more information about the graduate program in Asian and Slavic Languages and Literatures, contact the DEO of the Department of Asian and Slavic Languages and Literatures: