Ethnic Studies Ph.D. Program Application Information
- Ph.D Program Overview
- UCSD Graduate Admission Application
- San Diego Fellowship
- SEED Fellowship
- Tribal Membership Initiative Fellowship
- The Statement of Purpose (no more than 2500 words)
- At least three letters of recommendation
- Official GRE scores: The UC San Diego institution code is 4836. Once received, the scores upload to your application(s) for departments to access. There is no need to provide the department code(s) for ETS.
- Unofficial transcripts from each institution attended after high school must be uploaded to the online application; students who are admitted to the program will be required to submit official transcripts (to the UCSD Graduate Division) when they are admitted.
- At least one writing sample (e.g., research paper) should be uploaded to the online application as a .pdf file. The writing sample should be no more than 15-30 pages of original research that demonstrates your writing ability and experience with scholarly research, ideally on a topic related to ethnic studies.
- Students interested in funding need to complete the San Diego Fellowship Statement on the application.
- International applicants must submit official TOEFL scores. The UC San Diego institution code is 4836.
- Application requirements
- Application fee and waiver
- For information about open house events (usually in the middle of fall quarter of each year), or for questions about the UCSD Ethnic Studies Department, please email email@example.com.
Application & Admission
New students are admitted in the Fall quarter of each academic year. The application deadline is January 5, 2017 for admission for Fall 2017.
UCSD Official Application for Admission and Awards and the application fee are submitted through the UCSD Online Application Form.