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GRE score required at Johns Hopkins University master's degree programs in Museum, Museology and Curatorial Studies
The university take the university GPA cutoff seriously, however, the application review committee considers their entire application package. A thoughtful, well-written statement of purpose outlining their commitment to the museum field through their experience is very important. Applicant may also want to address the reason for their low GPA in their statement of purpose.
Two letters of recommendation that verify professional and or academic accomplishment.
TOEFL, for international students who have not graduated from an accredited college or university in the US and whose native language is not English.
Johns Hopkins University has rolling admissions for the program, so there is no official deadline or standard timeframe for the admissions process. After their application materials are complete, they are sent to an admissions review committee.
The GRE is not an admission requirement to the university program.
Letters of recommendation should be from professional and or academic people familiar with applicant and their work. Only two letters may be submitted through the university official application process.
Their statement should also be consistent with their resume.
International students who have not graduated from an accredited college or university in the US and whose native language is not English must submit TOEFL scores along with their application. Applicant will also need to have a course-by-course evaluation of their transcript by a service such as World Education Service
A special student is one who is eligible for admission as a degree or certificate candidate to the chosen program, but who is not interested in pursuing the credential. To be able to register for any Advanced Academic Programs course, an applicant must submit all required admissions documents for the program and be accepted to Advanced Academic Programs.
The Museum Studies Program offers a structured curriculum of required and core courses augmented with electives
If applicant have started a graduate degree or certificate program in Museum Studies elsewhere, applicant may apply to exempt up to two courses in the JHU program at the time of their application and is considered Advanced Standing.
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