Interested students must submit the following materials to be considered for admission to the Urban Education Policy master's program:
- application for admission (Available on September 1, 2012)
- unofficial transcripts of all prior academic work at institutions of higher education (official transcripts are required prior to matriculation)
- three letters of recommendation from individuals familiar with your academic and/or professional potential
- A personal statement of no more than three pages that speaks to your passion for the field of urban education policy.
- official Graduate Record Examination scores (use Brown University Institution Code 3094)
- TOEFL scores (international applicants only)
- the non-refundable application fee
We admit students at the beginning of the Summer term at Brown in mid June. To be considered for tuition scholarships and financial aid, students should apply by January 14, 2013. Students applying for financial aid after those deadlines will be considered only to the extent that money is available. Those not seeking financial aid may apply through March 15, 2013 prior to the start of the 12-month program beginning in June. For more information, contact Ann_D'Abrosca@brown.edu or firstname.lastname@example.org.