Admission to doctoral study is restricted to applicants whose backgrounds show promise of scholarship in the field of study. The admissions decision is based on a comprehensive profile of the applicant. Before admission to the program, an applicant must submit:
Regardless of English proficiency documentation, all international applicants from non-English speaking countries will be evaluated for English proficiency upon arrival at UIW. If English proficiency is deemed lower than UIW's 109, the student may not be allowed to take courses other than English as a Second Language until the deficiency is removed.
For more information follow this link to the UIW Office of Admissions
Yes, official scores must be submitted with application.
For Summer/Fall admission
Files must be completed by March 1,
Interviews and writing samples to be scheduled mid-March
Decisions will be made in time for the regular advising period in April
For Spring admission
Files must be completed by October 1
Interviews and writing samples to be scheduled mid-November
Decisions will be made in time for the regular advising period November
For information contact: Judith E. Beauford, Director of Doctoral Studies, 210-829-3171, email@example.com
Graduate Assistantships and Graduate Research Assistantships
Adjunct faculty positions to teach in the undergraduate program
ACCD 15% scholarship for ACCD faculty, administrators, and staff
(See Financial Aid Office for more information on these and other funding support.)
After your first semester at UIW, you are able to register for classes using our online system. You will get your PIN number from your advisor to access the system.