You will apply to Pharmacy as your major and then in the application process it will ask you which division you want. You can only choose one, but if you are interested in more than one division, please contact Stephanie Crouch.
All materials should be uploaded electronically. You should not mail paper copies of any materials unless asked to do so by someone from GIAC (Graduate and International Admission Center), someone from the Division of Pharmacotherapy, or the Graduate Coordinator for Pharmacy. You will receive an email from GIAC with your EID (electronic ID) and be able to upload additional materials, such as your resume and statement of purpose, shortly after you complete your application, submit it, and pay your admission fee.
The GRE and TOEFL scores will be sent directly from ETS upon your request. Please note that although UT Austin does not have a minimum GRE score, the most competitive applicants have verbal scores of 75% or higher and quantitative scores of 70% or higher. We do consider students with scores lower than this, but only if all other materials are excellent. Please contact Stephanie Crouch if you have questions about this before you apply. Scores must be received by UT no later than 1 week after the deadline and it can often take up to 3-4 weeks for the University to receive and process the scores after you request them. Please plan accordingly.
The University sets a restriction for TOEFL and IELTS scores. A score of 550 (paper test), 213 (computer-based test), or 79 (internet-based test) on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) OR an overall band of 6.5 on the Academic Examination of the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is considered the minimum acceptable for admission to The University of Texas at Austin.
TOEFL scores over two years old will not be accepted. Other test scores more than five years old will not be accepted. Only test scores mailed directly from the testing agency are considered official.
For more information about test scores please go to http://www.utexas.edu/ogs/admissions/test_scores.html.
Our deadline for Fall 2014 admission is December 1 for PhD and non-residency masters and January 15 for masters with concurrent residency.
We highly recommend that you complete the application and submit all materials well before the deadline so that we have a complete file when we start our review. You will be able to check your application status for any missing materials shortly after you submit your online application and pay you're application fee.
Please take note of the EID and password that you will receive after you submit your application. You will need these later to check your admission status.
Steps for completing your application:
We want to emphasize that all materials be uploaded electronically. We will carefully dispose of any paper materials we receive, unless we have requested them.
Please contact the Pharmacy Graduate Coordinator with any questions regarding the application process.
Research & Graduate Studies
2409 University Ave Stop A1900
Austin, TX 78712-1113
Email Address: swcrouch