All applications to the Graduate Program in Microbiology and Immunology must be submitted online. We look forward to receiving your application. Please contact us if you have questions about the Program and the application process.
Applications for admission to the Graduate Program in Microbiology and Immunology for Fall 2022 are now being accepted and should be submitted no later than January 15, 2022. The Admissions Committee reviews applications and makes offers of admission on a rolling basis until the incoming class is full so it is an advantage to apply early. Applicants who submit their applications by December 15, 2021 will be considered for nomination for campus-wide graduate student fellowships (note that all graduate students in the Program receive a stipend and full tuition scholarship). Please note that the Program does not offer admission in the Spring semester.
A complete application is comprised of the on-line application, three letters of recommendation submitted on-line, a transcript from each previous college or university attended and, for applicants whose primary language is not English, TOEFL or IELTS scores. We prefer that all transcripts be scanned and uploaded with the on-line application, so each candidate's entire file is in electronic format. Transcripts not in English must be translated and certified. Please note that original transcripts are only required of students who accept offers of admission. TOEFL scores must be submitted electronically to institution code 2548 (Stony Brook University Graduate School, no department code needed). More detailed information regarding English proficiency requirements and other topics may be found on the Admissions "Frequently Asked Questions" page.
Interview Dates: Interview dates for the 2022 admission cycle TBD.
Additional Information About the Application:
The information supplied in the application enables us to identify the most promising applicants, and should be submitted as early as possible. There is an application fee of $100. All students admitted to the program receive stipends and full tuition scholarships, so a separate application for financial support is not required.
A page or two usually suffices.
Test scores for the General Graduate Record Examination are not required and will not be considered if provided.
English Proficiency Exam Scores
For applicants whose primary language is not English, an official report of an English proficiency exam is required. Minimum scores established by the Graduate School are 550 (paper-based test), 213 (computer-based test), 90 (internet-based test).
Transcripts from each college or university attended are required but only unofficial copies of transcripts are needed at the time of application. Students who receive an offer of admission must provide official copies of transcripts at that time.
Letters of Recommendation
Recommendations from at least three persons familiar with your academic and research potential are required.
All applications are reviewed on this schedule for entrance in the Fall semester.
|December 1||Rolling review of applications begins.|
|December 15||Last day to submit application for priority review.|
|January 15||Last day to submit application.|
|April 15||Decision date for acceptance of admission offers.|