Applications for Fall 2017 admission will be accepted between September 1, 2016 and January 5, 2017. New graduate students are enrolled in the program during Fall quarter only.
Complete the Online Application which is submitted to the Graduate Division. When completing the “Degree Program” section of the online application for admission, please make the following selections:
For direct application to the Pharmacological Sciences PhD program:
For application to the MCP program:
Diversity Fellowships: The University of California is committed to the recruitment, admission, and retention of a high quality and diverse graduate student population. If you have overcome socioeconomic or educational challenges, please indicate that you are a diversity candidate on your application.
Transcripts and Letters of Recommendation
Graduate Admissions Coordinator
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE
[Pharmacological Sciences PhD Program OR MCP Gateway Program]
209 Steinhaus Hall, Building 502
Irvine, CA 92697-3958
- TOEFL Scores for International Students (UCI Institutional Code is 4859, Departmental Code is 47)
- If your undergraduate degree was obtained in a country where English was the primary language, the TOEFL exam is not required. For more information regarding admissions requirements for international students, visit the Academic Qualifications webpage.
- Teaching Assistant (TA) Eligibility International applicants who are eligible to serve as a teaching assistant will be considered more favorably in the admission review process. The following test scores will qualify students to be a teaching assistant at the University:
- A score of 26 or higher on the speaking component of the TOEFL ibt
- A score of 8 or higher on the speaking module of the IELTS, or
- A score of 50 or higher on the TSE.
For more information about the English language requirements for TA’s, please visit the English Language Proficiency Requirements for TAs webpage. For additional information about graduate study at UC Irvine, please visit the UCI Graduate Division website.
For further information about the Graduate Programs in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, contact Student Affairs at: (949) 824-1991