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Do international students get late decisions


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It depends on the program since each has own timeline. For instance, NYU Sackler reviews international applications sometime in January. 

 

The program may have rolling admissions, as well. 

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2 hours ago, Izakawa said:

It depends on the program since each has own timeline. For instance, NYU Sackler reviews international applications sometime in January. 

 

The program may have rolling admissions, as well. 

Where did you see that NYU Sackler reviews international applications in January?

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I'm a US citizen but living outside the US. I seem to be the only one who hasn't heard from my programs...I emailed them and they said they're still reviewing. They've accepted AND rejected AND waitlisted others, so...I'm confused.

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23 hours ago, lamivudine said:

I'm an undergraduate international/Canadian student attending a Canadian institution, and iI have received all of my notifications at the same time as US applicants. 

If you don't mind me asking - can you please tell me how will you be funded? Did you apply for any international scholarships? Thanks.

 

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27 minutes ago, antanon82 said:

If you don't mind me asking - can you please tell me how will you be funded? Did you apply for any international scholarships? Thanks.

 

I applied for the Fulbright Canadian student award but it’s up in the air if I’ll receive it, but all of my programs (biomed PhD) will provide the same stipend as US students plus a full tuition waiver.

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20 minutes ago, lamivudine said:

I applied for the Fulbright Canadian student award but it’s up in the air if I’ll receive it, but all of my programs (biomed PhD) will provide the same stipend as US students plus a full tuition waiver.

Thanks for the info...

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