International Student Info
International Graduate Student Information
The OISSS web page as important information for new students. All international students should already be familiar with this information.
Graduate Student Guide – Includes information on and about campus, Chapel Hill, funding, housing for graduate students, and the transit system.
The Graduate Student Handbook – contains most of the policies and procedures you need to know of and about The Graduate School. This can answer a lot of questions you will have so I encourage you to refer to it often.
Graduate & Professional Student Federation – Resources for New Graduate Students. Includes information on housing, transportation, finances & funding, and so much more great information
British patterned education bachelor’s degree with honors
French patterned education degree of diplome requiring four years of post baccalauréat study
Germany university Diplom preferred. Applicants with very strong academic records may be considered if they have completed the Staatsexamen, a bachelor’s degree after a 13-year Abitur, or at least one year of full-time study beyond the Vorprfung, Zwischenprfung, Vordiplom, or any other bachelor’s degree
Other European countries: university degree requiring a minimum of four years of study
Canada three year bachelor’s degree from Québec; four-year bachelor’s degree from all other provinces
Latin America university degree requiring a minimum of four years of study
India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal bachelor’s degree in engineering or medicine; master’s degree in all other fields
Philippines five year bachelor’s degree or four year bachelor’s degree plus one year of graduate work
Other Asian countries: university degree requiring a minimum of four years of study
Individuals with only 3-year degrees and others who do not meet the educational requirement for graduate admission are welcome to consider other admission options available at UNC admissions.