Letter to Prospective Graduate Students

Dear Prospective Students,

Thanks for your interest in our graduate programs and our research. Regarding applications, all application materials are available at the Graduate School's website, where you can find the information needed for your applications. You have to apply through the ApplyYourself Website

COVID-19. If you apply to our graduate programs in the Summer'21 or Fall'21 admission periods, your GRE requirement will be waived. International applicants now have the option to take the Duolingo English Test (englishtest.duolingo.com). To qualify for admission, applicants must score 110 or above. This change applies to most graduate programs for the spring, summer, and fall 2021 admissions periods. Here is the link for having your duolingo test scores sent to Auburn University: https://testcenter.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360010869252-How-do-I-send-my-Duolingo-English-Test-results-to-institutions-

Please make sure send your original transcript(s) to our Graduate School (address: Graduate School, 106 Hargis Hall, Auburn, AL 36849; or Email the graduate school for Electronic Transcripts), order your GRE (Auburn University’s GRE School Code is “1005”) and TOEFL scores to Auburn University, have your referees to upload their recommendation letters to the system, and upload your CV and statement. GRE is required, but there is no minimum score. TOEFL is only required for those who do not have a degree from English speaking schools. Successful international applicants must score at least 550 on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) paper version (pBT), 213 on the computer version (cBT), and 79 on the Internet version (iBT). In general, only students who have at least a 3.0/4.0 undergraduate grade point average will be considered for graduate admission.
Information on estimated student expense budgets can be found here.

For the details about the research interests of our faculty members, and other information about our program, please visit our websiteAfter you complete your application, the Graduate Admission Committee, of which I am the chair, will review the materials and make an admission decision. Please click the Apply Online button below to begin your application or to check on its progress, and email Graduate Admissions with questions. 

If you have further questions you can contact me. 

Best regards,
Xiao Qin, Alumni Professor and Director of Graduate Programs

Last Updated: 1/19/21 11:55 PM