一、申请和财政援助截止日期APPLICATION AND FINANCIAL AID DEADLINES
The New School for Social Research accepts applications on a rolling basis. The deadlines are as follows:
Spring Term Priority Deadline: October 15, rolling after that date
Fall Term Fellowship Deadline: January 5
Fall Term International Applicant Deadline: June 15
Fall Term Final Deadline for U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents: August 1
2.财政援助截止日期Financial Aid Deadlines
All applicants admissible into our program are considered for a merit scholarship award that is determined by the strength of their application. Scholarship award notification is communicated at the same time as the admission decision. International students are eligible only for merit scholarships. If you are a U.S. citizen or eligible noncitizen, we encourage you to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which can be found on the Web at www.fafsa.gov. The FAFSA is available each year on October 1. The New School’s federal school code is 002780. You do not need to wait for an admission decision to apply for federal aid; we recommend submitting by our FAFSA priority deadlines:
Fall: February 1
Spring: November 1
二、申请说明APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS >>>2019年美国新学院硕士各专业申请条件汇总【完整版】
All applicants are required to apply online. Save your work frequently and print a copy for your records. You must complete all required fields and uploads prior to submission.Any additional supporting documents that need to be sent by mail must include anApplication Materials Cover Sheet. All supporting materials must be received before your application can be reviewed.Students seeking readmission or nondegree coursework must contact the Office of Admission for instructions on completing the application.See below for additional information regarding submission of transcripts and recommendations.
三、所需的申请材料REQUIRED APPLICATION MATERIALS
Application:Complete the online application.
Application Fee：A nonrefundable $50 application fee paid as part of the online application.
TranscriptsUnofficial Transcripts: Applicants must upload an unofficial transcript, mark sheet, or academic record for each institution (even if you didn’t receive a degree) in the Educational Background section of the online application.
All transcript uploads must be accompanied by a key, a legend, or the back copy of the transcript.
Non-English transcripts must be accompanied by an English translation. Records from non-U.S. institutions must have grades or marks and contain a copy of the diploma if the degree has been conferred.
Make sure your name appears on the transcript/record. Scans must be clear and legible.
Do not mail materials that have been uploaded with the online application or any other materials unless requested by the admission office.
If you experience trouble uploading your transcript, email email@example.com and give a detailed description of the issue and attach the document in question.
The New School reserves the right to require official transcripts at any time during the admission process. Any fraudulent activity or discrepancies found between uploaded and official transcripts will result in the immediate revocation of admission and/or dismissal from The New School. Transcripts uploaded with the online application are considered unofficial.
Official Transcripts: Applicants offered admission will be required to submit official transcripts (as well as official certified translations and evaluations of the transcripts/mark sheets and degree certifications if the degree was earned outside of the United States) to The New School. Admitted applicants must submit all official transcripts pertaining to their entire academic career.
Your offer of admission will be contingent upon the receipt and verification of these official documents. New students will not be permitted to register for their second semester of study until all official transcripts (including degree-awarding transcripts) have been received by the Office of Admission. Transcripts uploaded with the online application do not satisfy this requirement.
By Mail: Official transcripts should have an original signature or a raised university seal, and must be in a sealed envelope that has been signed or stamped by the issuing university’s registrar or records office. Applicants can either send official transcripts with an Application Materials Cover Sheet or request that institutions send transcripts directly to The New School. See “Mailing Address for Supplemental Materials” for our mailing address in the Additional Instructions and Information section below.
Electronic Transcripts (U.S./Domestic Institutions only): The New School accepts electronic transcripts only from our approved vendors. The New School’s approved vendors, in order of preference, are
National Student Clearinghouse
We do not accept electronic transcripts sent directly by a student or school offices. Note: All international academic credentials must be submitted as indicated in the International Academic Credentials sections below.
National Student Clearinghouse
International Academic Credentials: All transcripts not written in English must be accompanied by a certified English translation.
International Academic Credentials with Transfer Credits: Applicants who attended post-secondary institutions outside of the U.S. are required to have their transcript(s) evaluated by World Education Services (WES) or by another member of the National Association of Credit Evaluation Services (NACES). A course-by-course evaluation must be prepared for each transcript.
If using WES, visit www.wes.org for instructions and to begin the application process. The “Required Documents” section will explain what to send. If you request your report online, search for “The New School” when selecting our institution. WES will send your completed evaluation directly to The New School.If using another NACES provider, follow instructions for that provider. Mailed evaluations and translations should be sent to the mailing address provided for supporting materials. Applicants forwarding these sealed documents should include an Application Materials Cover Sheet.
如果使用WES进行评估，请访问 www.wes.org获取说明并开始申请流程。“所需文件”部分将解释要发送的内容。如果您要求在线报告，请在选择我们的机构时搜索“新学院”。WES将把你完成的评估直接发送到新学院。如果使用其他NACES进行评估，请遵循该提供的评估的相关说明。邮寄的评估和翻译应发送到提供支持材料的邮寄地址。转发这些密封文件的申请人应该包括 申请材料封面表。
Two letters of recommendation are required for all programs, except for the Gender and Sexuality Certificate, which requires one from a faculty member. When possible, recommendations for degree program applicants should be from faculty members who have instructed these applicants in the same field in which they plan to study. Recommenders can submit recommendations online; instructions are included with the online application. The recommendation form can also be sent by mail in a signed, sealed envelope. To send by mail, download the PDF recommendation form found in the online application, complete the personal information, save the form, and forward it to the recommender for completion and submission. Applicants can also send signed and sealed recommendations to the Office of Admission using an Application Materials Cover Sheet.
10.个人论述，写作范本和简历Personal Essays, Writing Sample, and RésuméPersonal Essays
Degree Applicants: Please describe the academic and intellectual interests, progress, and achievements that have contributed to your decision to apply for postgraduate study. You should include a thoughtful description of your tentative plan of study or area of inquiry at The New School for Social Research as you now envision it, the kind of research questions you intend to pursue, and what you hope or expect to do after you've completed the degree. (500-750-word limit, 3 pages)
Certificate Applicants: Please describe your interest in the Graduate Certificate in Gender and Sexuality program and why you wish to enroll in this certificate program.
GRE: Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores are required of all applicants who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents who completed their bachelor’s degree in 2012 or later. International applicants or applicants who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents who completed their bachelor’s degree prior to 2012 are exempt from the requirement to submit GRE scores.
GRE results should be sent by the Educational Testing Service (ETS) directly to the Office of Admission. The institution code is 2501.
TOEFL, IELTS, and PTE: All applicants whose first language is not English must submit valid TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE scores. The minimum score required for TOEFL (IB) is 100, for IELTS is 7.0, and for PTE is 68. Our TOEFL institution code is 2501.
The New School does not require TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE scores for applicants:
Who have attended a secondary school for a minimum of three years where English is the primary language of instruction
Who have successfully completed two full semesters of non-ESL college-level expository writing
Who have earned a four-year degree from a U.S. college/university or from a university where English is the primary language of instruction (minimum of three years attendance)
Upon review of your application, the Office of Admission may require you to submit an English Language Proficiency test score.
Arrange for the testing service to send your test scores directly to The New School using the institution codes listed above. We accept scores taken within the past two years. If your scores are older, you must retake the test.
For more information, visit TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE.
Please note: At Orientation, The New School for Social Research will administer an English Language Writing Diagnostic Examination to all newly enrolling international students who do not meet the criteria for exemption from the TOEFL/IELTS/PTE requirement. Depending on the results of this examination, students may be asked to take a supplemental writing course at no cost. The New School maintains the right to require English proficiency testing when deemed necessary.
四、附加信息和说明Additional Information and Instructions
Applying to More Than One Program
In any given term, a student can apply to only one department or program within The New School. Applicants who file more than one application in a given semester will be required to withdraw one of the applications, and application fees will not be refunded.
Readmission：The Application for Readmission should be completed by students who wish to return after an absence of four semesters (fall and spring). If you would like to apply for readmission, review the readmission deadlines and requirements in the Readmission section of our How to Apply information.
Application Materials：All materials submitted in association with The New School application become the property of The New School and cannot be returned to you or transmitted to a third party.
Application Status：Applications become complete and ready for review once all required items have been received by the Office of Admission. You can check your application status online at the Admission Hub.Allow at least 14 days from the date you submitted your application for items to be matched and shown as received on the Hub. Applicants are responsible for following up with schools and recommenders to confirm that items have been sent.The Office of Admission will periodically notify applicants by email if their file is missing any documents and again when their file is complete for review. These notifications are sent to the email address provided in the online application.
Mailing Address for Supplemental Materials
The New School for Social Research
Office of Admission (GF 300)
79 Fifth Avenue, 5th floor
New York, NY 10003