There are many opportunities to help finance your education. You can become a graduate research, service, or teaching assistant, which not only pays a monthly stipend but also provides you with a waiver of University tuition. Almost 87 percent of Statler College graduate students receive an assistantship. As a doctoral student, you can also apply for graduate scholarships and fellowships from the University. You may also qualify for financial aid. Find more information about these opportunities at grad.wvu.edu/financial_assistance.
The departments have varying deadlines. Please contact the graduate coordinator for your desired program to learn about your specific deadlines.
Graduate tours are offered through the WVU Visitors Center. The graduate and transfer tours are more condensed campus tours for students coming in with 29+ hours. This tour does not visit a residence hall or dining facility. These tours are offered on Mondays at 1:30 p.m. and Fridays at 10:00 a.m. Visit this link to register for a tour or to learn more: www.visit.wvu.edu/hourstour-schedule
The minimum TOEFL scores needed for admission to WVU are:
You can visit the Office of International Students and Scholars webpage for more on the I-20 and Visa process. oiss.wvu.edu/students/prospective_students
Most master's programs can be completed in two years. This can vary depending on your research and your own personal time management.
Morgantown is located in north central West Virginia and is approximately an hour and a half south of Pittsburgh, Pa. It is about three and a half hours from Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, Md.
Typically, graduate students live off-campus. You can use the following link to find housing options: campuslife.wvu.edu/off_campus_housing
The only program that is offered as an online degree is the master's in software engineering. To learn more about that program: lcsee.statler.wvu.edu/grad/msse.
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