A personal statement describing your interest in the SET graduate program.
Any applicant whose native language is not English must demonstrate English language proficiency. Each prospective graduate student indicates on the graduate application whether or not the student is a native speaker of English. More information on TOEFL requirements can be found here.
One transcript from each post-secondary school you have attended. After you have accepted an offer of admission, you will need to submit an official transcript for degree verification.
Program-specific questions as required by SET graduate programs. These are short, written statements about your skills, experience and areas of interest.
Graduate Record Exam (GRE), as required by specific SET programs, from within the last five years. Request that ETS send your scores directly to the University of Washington at code 4854.
Visit the GRE website to learn more about the test and to find a testing center near you. Please notify the Graduate School at email@example.com if your scores are missing and you took the test under an alternate spelling of your name (i.e., last and first name are switched). Competitive applicants score in the top percentiles for quantitative and mid-percentiles or better for verbal.
An $85 application fee, payable with a credit card. Note: once the fee is submitted, you will not be able to make any changes.