International applicants from non-English speaking countries must demonstrate proficiency in English by completing one year of study with a minimum 3.0 GPA at an accredited college or university in the United States, or by obtaining the following minimum scores on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL): GRE scores are not required nor accepted. UCSF is committed to ensuring access to graduate education for all students. Application Deadline. The Admissions Committee reviews all applications and extends invitations to interview. If you plan to apply after the February 1, 2021 deadline, please first confirm that the specialty you have chosen is still accepting new applications. The Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacogenomics Graduate Program at UCSF provides a welcoming environment for a wide range of diversity in its student population, including students with disabilities. The next application cycle will open on September 1, 2020, for admissions into the fall quarter of 2021. Read more about our six research areas. The School of Nursing reserves the right to process and admit applicants after the published deadlines. The minimum requirement for application is a bachelor’s degree. Prospective students can apply to only one graduate program at UCSF, with the exception of the Joint Graduate Group in Bioengineering, whose application is administered through the University of California, Berkeley. Only two international students have been accepted into the program in the last 10 years. The Developmental and Stem Cell Biology (DSCB) Graduate Program trains students studying for the PhD degree. UCSF is committed to providing a full range of resources and services to help you succeed. Submit the following required materials to the UCSF Graduate Division online application: Official transcripts from all institutions attended. UCSF commits this support for the entire period of a graduate student's PhD training, as long as he or she remains in good standing. Please note: Admissions to UCSF’s graduate programs are handled at the level of the individual programs. SDS is the appropriate and confidential office for seeking accommodations, and will coordinate communications and procedures with you and the graduate faculty and programs. The Tetrad program is one of several UCSF graduate programs.You may apply to only one program. Final admissions decisions will be made by March 2021. The Admissions Committee reviews all applications and extends invitations to interview. We admit a new class of PhD students every other year. The Bioinformatics pathway at UCSF provides a welcoming environment for a diverse student population, including students with disabilities. Need-based fee waivers are available for domestic applicants. Graduate Division Degree Programs. Availability and capacity differs among the specialty areas. The online application for Fall 2021 can be found here: https://gradapplication.ucsf.edu/. From our nursing entry program to our Master of Science Program, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) and PhD programs, we're here to help you advance your nursing career and change health care for the better. Please note that official transcripts will need to be submitted upon acceptance into the program. The Application Process. The application deadline for fall 2021 admission will be January 31, 2021. For information about our Nursing PhD curriculum, please visit the PhD Academics Overview page. If invited to interview, your basic travel expenses will be covered by the program. Of particular importance to students is the annual stipend they receive for living expenses, which is part of this total. We admit a new class of PhD students every other year. The Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacogenomics Graduate Program at UCSF provides a welcoming environment for a wide range of diversity in its student population, including students with disabilities. Visit https://gradapplication.ucsf.edu to create and monitor the progress of your application. Please visit the website and look over the student disability services info for more information.