Boston University: Please note that while there is an optional section on the GMS application form for entering GRE scores, the Boston University does not require the GRE or include GRE scores in the university evaluation of Masters or PhD applicants.
Boston UniversityRanked 42 in Best National University.
A common application form is used for all departments, so it is important to designate “Anatomy & Neurobiology” as their department of interest on this form. Please note that while there is an optional section on the GMS application form for entering GRE scores, the Boston University does not require the GRE or include GRE scores in the university evaluation of Masters or PhD applicants.
Once applicant have submitted their application form through the GMS portal, their application will be available to the Anatomy & Neurobiology admissions committee for evaluation.
Requirements and Instructions
All materials will be collected via the university online application system. No paper application materials will be accepted.
All components of the application must be submitted electronically for both domestic and international applicants. Please note that there is no need to submit official transcripts or test scores as part of the preliminary application process.
Application form - applicant must create an account here to apply.
Unofficial transcripts - An unofficial copy of their transcript from each college and university attended is required.
If applicant are applying to the MS program in Genetic Counseling or the MS and PhD programs in Medical Physics, applicant must be able to provide their GRE scores to apply.
Application fee - A $50 application fee is required.
CV/Resume - A CV or resume is required and should include academic honors, awards received in college, employment history, internships, summer research programs, education history, etc.
The Research Statement is required if applicant are applying to the PhD program and MS program in Biomedical Sciences.
Each letter must be on institutional letterhead and signed by the recommender.