Graduate Admission Requirements
Students entering the graduate degree program must have a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution of higher education. Applicants holding U.S. citizenship who have completed part or all of their postsecondary education outside the United States must also complete a supplemental application. Please download and print this form from the Graduate School website.
Application Materials (Required)
Letters of recommendation and the statement of purpose can be submitted on-line in the Apply Yourself application system or mail to the department at the address listed at the bottom of this message. Writing samples are NOT required as part of the application process.
All application forms are in printable format, or you may use the on-line electronic application system. Links to both admission forms, as well links to financial aid information and general information can be found on the Graduate School website at this address: http://www.indiana.edu/~grdschl/
Given our limited resources, it is unlikely that a first year graduate student will receive financial aid from the Department. If you wish to be considered for support, we will, of course, nominate you for all IU fellowships that may be appropriate, although you should understand that these are extremely competitive. You should also pursue all opportunities for externally funded fellowships.
The Financial Aid for College Students & Graduate Students webpage has information on financial aid specific to Indiana University students, graduate students, and international students, and can be found at this address: http://www.indiana.edu/~sfa/
Special financial aid opportunities for DOMESTIC students
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Linguistics at Indiana University does NOT offer any kind of degree or course work in translation. You may contact Comparative Literature if interested in a certificate in Literary Translation at email@example.com or visit their web site: www.iub.edu/~complit/