I’m looking into the University of California-Irvine to get my computer science masters degree. I wanted to know what the admission and GRE requirements are. If there isn’t any requirement, what is a good score to have since UC schools can be very competitive to get into?
For University of California-Irvine below are the admission requirements:
The University accepts the applications from September 1 to January 15 every year. Application contains the statement of purpose (SoP) sections itself. It means you will not be required to submit the SoP separately.
University of California requires all the applicants to take general GRE exam test. Subject GRE test is not required. However, it is recommended that the applicants having no background in computer science, applying for CS program, should appear in the subject GRE test. Moreover, there is no minimum GRE score requirement. GMAT can not be submitted as a substitute of GRE.
Applicants must submit official copies of all the transcripts if they want their application to be entertained as photocopies are not acceptable.
Three letters of recommendation are required for the admission, but students can submit as many letters as they want.
I hope the above information is sufficient to fulfill the admission purpose of your brother. You can also visit the website of university by yourself.
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University of California Irvine and other UC campuses don’t have any GRE standard score requirement. They’re stricter on international students with regards to their English proficiency though. So, if you’re an international student from a country that doesn’t predominantly speak in English, you’ll have to take TOEFL, IELTS or PTE.
Other things are pretty standard for the application though. Fill in the application form and send in the scores of the GRE and English proficiency (if needed), resume, and transcripts. The statement of purpose is part of the application form so you won’t need to send that in separately.
Hope this helps!!!
There isn’t a minimum GRE score requirement for applying in University of California Irvine’s graduate program in Computer Science. It is still part of the requirement to complete the application process along with the application form, transcripts and letters of recommendation.
But, keep in mind that you would also need a minimum GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale.
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