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3Work toward greatness.SCHOOL OF EDUCATIONINTERNATIONAL STUDENT INFORMATIONAPPLICATION FEEApplicants from outside the United States must remit the $70 application fee by international money order or by a check drawn from a U.S. bank. DEADLINE DATE AND STATUSInternational applicants who require a student visa are advised to apply well before the priority deadline dates, and must apply for full-time matriculated status.TRANSCRIPTSIf foreign language transcripts are issued, English translations attested by the institution of origin, ­the student's Ministry of Education, a U.S. consular officer, or a professionally ­certified trans-lator approved by Pace University must accompany the official transcripts. Please contact the Pace University Office of Graduate Admission for a list of approved translators.All materials submitted become the ­confidential property of Pace University and cannot be returned or forwarded to the applicant or a third party.TEST OF ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (TOEFL)If you earned a bachelor's degree in a country where English is not the official language and English is not your first language, you must submit a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score that is no more than two years old. Normally, a TOEFL score of 570 (paper-based version), 230 (computer-based version), 88/89 (Internet-based ver-sion), or an IELTS score of 6.0 is sufficient to demonstrate the requisite proficiency in English for admission directly to Pace University's academic programs. However, the Admission Committee may require additional testing if, for example, as a result of materials submitted as part of your application, there are concerns about your ability to read, write, and speak Eng-lish sufficiently to meet the demands of your intended curriculum. In that case, or if your TOEFL or IELTS score is below the guidelines stated above, your admission will be conditional upon your successful completion of an intensive English lan-guage program at the Pace University English Language Institute (ELI) or a similar program approved by Pace University's ELI.STUDENT VISASTo receive the form I-20 from Pace University, which is required to obtain an entry visa, the applicant must demon-strate that he or she has sufficient funds available to pay for tuition and living expenses for one year of study in the United States. ­Students must provide evi-dence of additional financial support of $5,000 per year for a spouse and $5,000 per year for each child that accompanies the ­student to the United States.All applicants who will require a Pace University student visa must submit the Pace University Financial ­Affidavit for International Students included in this application packet.All monies pledged on the Pace ­University Financial Affidavit for ­International Students must be verified. Monies can be verified in any one or more of the following ways:A. A bank letter on bank letterhead in English, which contains the appli-cant's or applicant's sponsor name, account number, the amount of money in U.S. dollars, and the signa-ture of a bank official;B. A letter of support from a sponsoring scholarship program, fellowship program, or grant organization.ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONInformation regarding applying for your non-immigrant visa or transferring/changing status if already in the U.S. will be included in your official acceptance packet. In order to assist you, it is required that your home country address be provided on the applica-tion for admission.Please note that, as specified by U.S. immigration regulations, students who have entered the U.S. on a tourist visa or on a visa waiver must be in proper status prior to enrolling in classes.Special situations regarding immigra-tion status should be discussed with an advisor in the Office of International Programs and Services.Please submit a copy of the first page (data information) and last page (cur-rent address) of your current passport. This should be submitted with the other documentation required for us to issue the form I-20.2012

Work toward greatness.SCHOOL OF EDUCATIONAPPLICATION INSTRUCTIONSPlease complete and mail your application to the appropriate Office of Graduate Admission. Be sure to sign the last page of the application and all additional papers.Office of Graduate Admission Office of Graduate AdmissionPace University Pace UniversityOne Pace Plaza One Martine AvenueNew York, NY 10038-1598 USA White Plains, NY 10606-1932 USAPhone: (212) 346-1531 Phone: (914) 422-4283 Fax: (212) 346-1585 Fax: (914) 422-4287 E-mail: gradnyc@pace.edu E-mail: gradwp@pace.eduPlease submit the following:APPLICATIONAPPLICATION FEERESUMEApplications may be printed or typed and must be accompanied by a nonrefundable application fee of $70 in the form of a check or money order in U.S. dollars payable to Pace University. A ­resume or typewritten outline, describing at least the past five years of your employment history and significant community, pro­fessional, or ­college extracurricular activities should be sent. Please include recognitions of achievements you have received (e.g., licenses, publications, and awards).PERSONAL STATEMENTSend a typewritten essay explaining to the members of the Graduate Admission Committee why you would like to pursue the program of graduate study you have chosen. Additional information ­regarding your academic performance, as well as professional experience, may be included as a supplement.LETTERS OF ­RECOMMENDATIONTwo recommendations from individuals who can knowledgeably comment on your ability to ­successfully ­complete graduate study are required. These references may be either academic or ­professional and must be ­forwarded in envelopes sealed by the recommenders. Recommendation forms can be found in this application packet. Recommenders may write their recommendation on personal stationery or ­company letterhead.OFFICIAL ­TRANSCRIPTSTranscripts are considered official if sent directly from academic institution(s) to Pace University, or if they are submitted by the applicant, unopened, in the institution's original, sealed envelopes. Be sure to ­request tran­scripts from all institutions you have attended prior to your anticipated start date at Pace University.TEST OF ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (TOEFL)If you earned a bachelor's degree in a country where English is not the official language, you are re­quired to submit a TOEFL score, the ETS reporting codes for Pace University are: New York City, 2635 and Westchester, 2644. For further information, visit the TOEFL Web site at www.toefl.org.Note: All documents submitted in support of an application for admission become the permanent possession of Pace University and cannot be ­returned to the applicant or photocopied for the applicant. For your records, please make photocopies of all materials submitted, except for transcripts and recommendation forms, which must be received unopened, in the original, sealed envelopes.Priority deadline dates for applicants are as follows: Domestic InternationalFall Entry Term (September) August 1 June 1Spring Entry Term (January) December 1 October 1Summer I (June) and II (July) Entry Term May 1 March 14 2012