Application Deadlines

  • PhD Program: Tuesday, January 7, 2020
  • MA | M.Div Programs: January 7 (Priority)
  • MA | M.Div Programs: April 13 (Final deadline for international students)
  • MA | M.Div Programs: August 1 (Final deadline for domestic students) 
  • Domestic AMRS Applications: October 15 (Winter admission); January 7 (Spring admission); August 1 (Autumn admission)
  • International AMRS Applications: October 15 (Spring admissions); April 13 (Autumn admission)

PhD and Masters priority admission and aid decisions are released in early March. Admissions and aid decisions for the Masters’ final round are released on a rolling basis as space is available.

 

Masters Program Application Materials

  • Divinity School Application for Graduate Admission
  • Personal statement reflecting intellectual influences and professional goals
  • Academic transcripts from every institution attended
  • At least three letters of recommendation with at least two letters from faculty members
  • Current CV or resume
  • Writing sample, 15 page minimum
  • Application fee: $75 (waiver available)
  • All international applicants: Scores on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS). See our International Admissions page for more information. 

Doctoral Program Application Materials

  • Divinity School Application for Graduate Admission
  • Personal essay outlining research agenda and proposed course of study
  • Academic transcripts from every institution attended
  • At least three letters of recommendation with at least two letters from faculty members from your graduate program
  • Official Scores on the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) – School code 1832
  • Current CV or resume
  • Writing sample, not to exceed 25 pages 
  • Application fee:  $75 (waiver available)
  • All international applicants: Scores on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS). See our International Admissions page for more information.

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