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How To Apply To Ross’ Msc By Research Program
Ready to take your professional education to the next level? Apply today and your passion for research and discovery could lead you to a world of possibilities.
The Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine Postgraduate Admissions Committee reviews MSc by Research applications throughout the year, accepting students for each January, May, and September start.
Have questions? Contact the postgraduate admissions team at [email protected].
Since we operate under rolling admissions, there are no application deadlines. We continue to accept applications leading up to each start term.
In addition to their application, applicants will be asked to submit the following materials:
- Personal statement (300 words or less) of reasons for wishing to undertake the MSc by Research program
- Official transcripts from undergraduate institution
- 2 letters of recommendation; 1 professional, 1 academic
- Curriculum vitae (CV)
You may send all materials before, during, or after submitting your online application, but we must receive them before your application can be considered complete. Please upload all materials via the online application or send to:
Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine
Office of Admissions
630 US Highway 1
North Brunswick, NJ 08902
Applicants may also email materials to [email protected].
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?
If your application is incomplete, or your qualifications are not acceptable, you will be notified by an admissions representative.
Applications are by invitation and will be reviewed in-line with our entry requirements and research expertise. If shortlisted on the basis of their application and supporting documentation, applicants will be asked to attend an interview by Skype™ or video-conference. Appointed candidates will then be issued a letter of offer which sets out the conditions of their degree and a mutually agreeable start date will be arranged. Offers must be accepted to finalize enrollment.
POLICY ON NON-DISCRIMINATION
The University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, disability, or age in admission to, access to, treatment in, or employment in its programs and activities. Ross is committed to ensuring that qualified students with disabilities are afforded reasonable accommodations. No qualified individual with a disability will be denied access to or participation in services, programs, or activities of Ross.
Accommodations for students with disabilities are available. Students with special requirements are encouraged to contact the Office of Student Disability Services at [email protected] or fax inquiries to: (877) 472-4940 as far in advance of starting classes as possible to arrange for a consultation.