Steps to Apply

Preparing your application to graduate studies at York University and/or other interested universities requires research and planning. Some students start preparing their plan for graduate studies as early as two years before they submit their application. Consider the following timelines to help guide you through a successful application process.

2 years before

  • Research graduate schools and programs.
  • Speak with your professors and a career counsellor at the Career Center about graduate school plans and alternatives.
  • Consider who among your professors and contacts can provide you with a letter of recommendation and build those relationships.
  • Prepare for any testing required for admission (e.g. GRE, MCAT, GMAT exams) and take note of upcoming testing dates.
  • Research topics that are of interest to you down to a specific area of focus.
  • If you are currently in an undergraduate degree and will be applying to a Master's program:
    • transfer into a honours program if possible or alter your program of study to enable you to complete an honours degree (or equivalent). Most graduate programs require a minimum of a honours degree for admission (see York's entry requirements -- could be similar to other universities);
    • meet with a professor or academic adviser in your current Faculty for additional information and advice;
    • take part in internships, field study courses, summer research programs, exchanges or even a study abroad semester to expand your worldview and to help determine what topics you'd like to study further.
  • If you are currently in a Master's degree and will be applying to a PhD program:
    • write articles about your current subject for submission to scholarly journals;
    • get relevant lab or research experience on your topic;
    • prepare a file with your best written and research work for your application.

1 year before

  • Hone your field of interest.
  • Find out what school best fits your needs and the professors who have similar interests to you.
  • Visit schools if you can and contact the programs for more information. Contact those institutions' admissions and recruitment offices. Attend Graduate Studies information fairs.
  • Make note of application deadlines as they vary by program.
  • Research funding opportunities (e.g. external scholarships) and make note of their deadlines.
  • Take any testing required for admission (e.g. GRE, MCAT, GMAT exams) and arrange to have your test results sent directly to York.
  • Continue to build strong relationships with contacts for your letters of recommendation.
  • If you are currently in an undergraduate degree and will be applying to a Master's program:
    • choose your required and elective courses carefully, keeping in mind the topic you'd like to pursue during your graduate studies and the requirements for that program;
    • prepare a file with your best written and research work for your application.
  • If you are currently in a Master's degree and will be applying to a PhD program:
    • attend conferences and events where you can network with students and professors from the schools you are interested in attending;
    • perfect your resumé with both academic, volunteer and employment-related information.

6 months before

  • Prepare your Statement of Interest for the programs to which you'll be applying.
  • Contact your references for appropriate recommendation letters. Be sure to supply references with information about the forms they need to fill out and a copy of your Statement of Interest. Remind references of the deadline for letters if needed.
  • Begin to contact potential supervisors if required.
  • Apply for funding opportunities. Note: eligibility for many funding sources requires full time study.
  • If you are currently in an undergraduate degree and will be applying to a Master's program:
    • ask a current professor to review your Statement of Interest and provide feedback.
  • If you are currently in a Master's degree and will be applying to a PhD program:
    • contact professors you are interested in working with - provide them with information about your topic of study and your resumé;
    • inquire about internal financial aid/scholarship opportunities.

4 weeks before

  • Perfect your Statement of Interest.
  • Have transcripts from your current or former institutions sent directly to York and any other universities to which you're applying. (In some instances, the issuing institution(s) may mail the transcripts to you in unopened, sealed envelopes to submit with your application package.)
  • Submit your application early or on time. Do not miss the deadline.

apply now

Apply now

  1. Review all admission and application requirements for your chosen program of study before beginning the process. Application deadlines vary by program.
     
  2. Follow the Application Checklist.
  3. Complete the online graduate admission application and follow the instructions. Apply Now
     
    Notes:
    • The application will time out after 30 minutes. Ensure you have all necessary documentation at hand when you begin the application.
    • Use your full legal name (found on your birth certificate or passport) on all application forms and, if applicable, include any hyphens.
    • Provide all previous names used as a York student to ensure we have one comprehensive student file for your documents.
    • Ensure to include all previous post-secondary institutions on your application, including those attended on an exchange or on a letter of permission.

     
    To apply to the Schulich School of Business, please visit the Schulich School of Business Web site.
     

  4. Pay the $100 application fee by Visa or MasterCard. If you do not wish to submit your credit card online, or if you do not have a Visa or MasterCard, please contact the Office of Admissions at 416-736-5000. We will process your application when we have received the fee payment in full. Application fee is non-refundable.
    Note: The application fee for Osgoode Professional Development is $100 CDN.
     
  5. Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit all documentation within two weeks of the application deadline. Some programs have document deadlines, please refer to the specific program details for requirements and deadlines. All documentation submitted becomes the property of York University and cannot be returned.
     
  6. Make sure you meet our language requirements:

    International applicants: Study permit and visa information.

after you apply

Have you applied by the deadline? If so, here's what happens to your application after you have applied:

  • You will receive an e-mail containing your York reference number to track the progress of your application on MyFile (York University only -- other universities may have their own application status tool). Through MyFile you can upload documents that are required to complete your application. All other required documentation submitted by mail must be sent in a single package. 
  • Once your application is complete (all documentation such as transcripts, supplementary application information, language proficiency scores (if applicable) and references are submitted), your file is sent to the program for review.
  • The program's admission committee reviews your application material and makes an admission decision.
  • The program forwards decisions to the Office of Graduate Admissions.
  • The Office of Graduate Admissions informs students of the admission decision via MyFile. If you're offered admission, you will receive a package outlining your next steps. You may also receive information from your program directly.
  • The processing time of your application depends on when you apply, when your file is complete and when the program admission committee meets.

The Office of Admission, York University, sends official communication about application and admission via e-mail. You will receive acknowledgement of your application as well as information about financial aid, on-campus events, offers of admission and your next steps after acceptance. It is important that you open, read and take action (if required) upon receipt of an e-mail.

after you're admitted

  • Accept your offer of admission - Please visit MyFile for more information.
  • If you were conditionally admitted to your program, please provide the required documentation (e.g. Official Transcripts and Translations) to satisfy the conditions as soon as possible. Check your conditions below:
  • Documentation Requirement for Anthropology – Social

    • Resumé or CV
    • Sample of written work

    Documentation Requirement for Art History

    • Statement of interest
    • Sample of written work (max. 3,800 words)

    Documentation Requirement for Art History & Visual Culture

    • Resumé or CV, highlighting relevant experiences and accomplishments (i.e. skills in curating, archaeology, conservation, art publishing or work during residencies or socially engaged art projects).
    • Statement of interest
    • Written work

    Documentation Requirement for Biology

    • Statement of interest
    • Resumé or CV

    Documentation Requirement for Chemistry

    • Chemistry GRE is strongly recommended for international students
    • Later applications accepted as space and funding permit

    Documentation Requirement for Communication & Culture

    • All applicants must submit a resumé or CV and sample of written work
    • MA: Statement of interest required
    • PhD: Statement of interest (or proposed plan of study) required

    Documentation Requirement for Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

    • GRE is strongly recommended
    • A one-page statement of purpose and previous experience required

    Documentation Requirement for Conference Interpreting

    • Resumé or CV
    • Statement of Interest
    • An entrance examination is required. Contact the program for more information.

    Documentation Requirement for Dance Studies

    • Master’s degree in dance or a related field in the fine arts (such as music), the humanities (such as history or women’s studies) or the social sciences (such as anthropology)
    • Statement of interest
    • Two examples of scholarly writing
    • Resumé or CV

    Documentation Requirement for Design

    • Resumé or CV
    • Statement of interest (1,000 words)
    • Portfolio of 10-15 pieces of work on a CD or DVD

    Documentation Requirement for Development Studies

    • Statement of interest
    • Resumé or CV
    • Sample of written work

    Documentation Requirement for Disaster & Emergency Management

    • Statement of interest (approx. 500 words)
    • Sample of written work
    • Resumé or CV
    • Candidates must possess or be willing to secure introductory knowledge of emergency management

    Applicants who meet the admission requirements but do not have sufficient background in disaster and emergency management or have not taken relevant academic courses in disaster and emergency management are admitted to the program conditional to the passing of an introductory Disaster & Emergency Management course run by our program. This is an online course that is offered through the York University's School of Continuing Education. The course is normally offered between June to August and has an enrollment fee of approx $1000. Students should obtain at least a B- (70%) to pass this course. Applicants who cannot meet this requirement will not be admitted to the program.

    Documentation Requirement for English

    • Statement of interest (500 words)
    • Sample of scholarly writing (max. 3,750 words)

    Documentation Requirement for Études françaises

    Documentation Requirement for Études francophones

    Documentation Requirement for Film

    • Required for both streams:
      • Statement of interest
      • Thesis proposal
      • Resumé/CV
      • An example of scholarly writing
    • Production portfolio: Password-protected Vimeo or YouTube links ONLY, clearly listed in your application. DVDs or other formats will not be accepted.
    • Screenwriting portfolio: feature-length screenplay and other writings

    Documentation Requirement for Financial Accountability

    • Official transcripts from all postsecondary institutions*
    • Resumé or CV
    • Statement of interest
    • 3 letters of reference
    • Supplementary application form
    • Students interested in MRP option must provide a statement of research
    • A Skype interview will be a requirement as part of the application process unless waived by the school

    *Program may also request proof of completion of professional designation (i.e. CMA, CGA, CA, CPA)

    Documentation Requirement for Gender, Feminist & Women's Studies

    • Resumé or CV
    • Statement of intent (max. 1,000 words)
    • Sample of academic writing

    Documentation Requirement for Health

    • Resumé or CV
    • Example(s) of scholary written work
    • Statement of Interest

    Documentation Requirement for History

    • Include instructors’ names along with list of courses taken
    • Statement of Interest
    • Sample of your written work
    • PhD: resumé or CV required

    Documentation Requirement for Humanities

    • Statement of research intention and CV required
    • Sample of your written work

    Documentation Requirement for Information Systems & Technology

    • Statement of interest
    • Resumé or CV

    Documentation Requirement for Interdisciplinary Studies

    • Statement of research (1,000 words), selected works consulted, clear identification of three fields of interest
    • Resumé or CV
    • Sample of your written work
    • Applicants are required to meet with the Program Director before applying to the program

    Documentation Requirement for Kinesiology & Health Science

    • Statement of interest (500 words)
    • Resumé or CV

    Documentation Requirement for Law (Osgoode Hall Law School)

    • Full-time LLM
      • Resumé or CV
      • 2 writing samples
      • 2 references
      • Statement of Interest
      • Transcripts
      • Supplementary Information Form
    • PhD:
      • Resumé or CV
      • 2 writing samples
      • 2 references
      • Statment of Interest
      • Transcripts
      • Supplementary Information Form

    Documentation Requirement for Linguistics & Applied Linguistics

    • Statement of interest, 
    • Course list
    • Resumé or CV
    • Sample of written work (max. 1,500 words)

    Documentation Requirement for Mathematics: Applied & Industrial

    • Statement of interest, including Grad Course List
    • Resumé or CV

    Documentation Requirement for Nursing–Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner (PHCNP)

    • Statement of interest
    • Resumé or CV
    • Equivalent of two years' full-time practice (a minimum of 3640 hours within the past five years) as a registered nurse following graduation using the employer-completed Verification of Employment Hours form (see the Supplementary Information Form).
    • Be a member of College of Nurses of Ontario and hold annual registration payment card
    • Member and carrying liability protection (LAP) with the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario (or equivalent in home province)

    Documentation Requirement for Nursing–RN to MScN Alternate Admission

    • One reference must reflect significant contribution to leadership and clinical practice; there must be one academic reference
    • Minimum five years’ work experience as a Registered Nurse in Canada;
    • Registered with the College of Nurses of Ontario;
    • proof of membership and liability protection with the RNAO (needed for NURS 5400);
    • Statement of intent letter;
    • A portfolio, used to determine significant accomplishments to the nursing profession and exceptional promise to be successful in the graduate program.

    Documentation Requirement for Philosophy

    • MA
      • Resumé or CV
      • Statement of interest
      • A 5,000-word paper or two shorter papers
    • PhD
      • Resumé or CV
      • Statement of interest
      • Major paper or chapter of MA thesis

    Documentation Requirement for Physics & Astronomy

    • Statement of Interest
    • CV

    Documentation Requirement for Psychology

    MA: General GRE required for those applying to: Brain, Behaviour & Cognitive Sciences; Developmental & Cognitive Processes; History & Theory of Psychology; Quantitative Methods; and Social & Personality. Both General and Subject GRE required for those applying to Clinical and Clinical Development.

    MA & PhD: Statement of interest required. Applicants are expected to specify the areas that are of primary and secondary interest to them. Once admitted, shifting from one area to another is not normally permitted. Preference is given to applicants with strong academic backgrounds who appear promising as researchers and, for the Clinical Psychology and Clinical-Developmental areas, those who also appear promising as clinical practitioners.

    Documentation Requirement for Public & International Affairs

    • Applicants are required to be proficient in at least one language (English or French), with at least a working knowledge of the other language
    • Resumé or CV
    • Statement of interest (approx. 500 words), in French & English, including Grad Course List
    • Seminar paper (7,500 words)

    Documentation Requirement for Public Policy, Administration & Law

    • Applicants should have at least five years of significant work experience in the public, business-government or nonprofit sector, or should have an undergraduate degree related to public policy and administration.
    • Resumé or CV
    • Examples of written work
    • Statement of areas of interest including experience/background

    Documentation Requirement for Science & Technology Studies

    • Statement of interest (max. 500 words), including Grad Course List
    • Writing Sample (min. 4,000 words)

    Documentation Requirement for Social & Political Thought

    • Resumé or CV
    • Statement of interest, including Grad Course List
    • Sample of writing

    Documentation Requirement for Socio-Legal Studies

    • MA
      • Statement of interest (500 words)
      • Written work (maximum 5,000 words)
      • Resumé or CV
    • PhD
      • Statement of interest (500 words)
      • Written work (5,000 words)
      • Resumé or CV

    Documentation Requirement for Sociology

    • Statement of interest (500 words)
    • Sample of academic writing (5,000 to 7,500 words)
    • Resumé or CV

    Documentation Requirement for Theatre & Performance Studies

    • Resumé or CV
    • Statement of interest
    • A writing sample (max. 6,250 words)

    Documentation Requirement for Translation Studies

    • Applicants are required to demonstrate competence, to the satisfaction of the Admissions Committee in two languages, one of which must be English.
    • Resumé or CV
    • Statement of interest
    • For those who do not have a BA in Translation, an entrance examination is required. Contact the program for more information.

    Documentation Requirement for Civil Engineering

    • A completed prescribed application form.
    • Course transcripts* for bachelor’s degree (for admission to MASc program)
    • Course transcripts* for bachelor’s and master’s degrees (for admission to PhD program)
    • A cover letter elaborating the applicant’s professional goals and motivation for graduate studies
    • Curriculum vitae of the applicant
    • Two confidential letters of recommendation
    • Proof of English language proficiency (for international applicants).

    Documentation Requirement for Visual Arts

    • MFA
      • Curriculum vitae
      • Statement of interest
      • 20 images of work and/or 10 minutes of time-based work (on CD or DVD)
      • Resumé or CV

    • Statement of interest
    • 20 images of work (on CD or DVD)
    • Time-based Art applicants are encouraged to submit their portfolio on videotape, CD or DVD
    • Photography applicants can also submit a portfolio
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  • PhD
    • MFA required
    • Curriculum vitae
    • Statement of interest
    • Qualifying research paper
    • 20 images of work and/or 10 minutes of time-based work (on CD or DVD)
    • MFA required

  • Resumé or CV
  • Statement of interest
  • Written work
  • Portfolio
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    Documentation Requirement for Mechanical Engineering

    • A completed prescribed application form.
    • Course transcripts* for bachelor’s degree (for admission to MASc program)
    • Course transcripts* for bachelor’s and master’s degrees (for admission to PhD program)
    • A cover letter elaborating the applicant’s professional goals and motivation for graduate studies
    • Curriculum vitae of the applicant
    • Two confidential letters of recommendation
    • Proof of English language proficiency (for international applicants).

    Documentation Requirement for Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

    • MSc: GRE recommended.
    • Honours BA or BSc in CSE required with senior theory course
    • PhD: GRE strongly recommended.
    • MSc with thesis required
    • MSc and PhD: A one-page statement of purpose and previous experience required

    Documentation Requirement for Dance

    • MA:
      • Statement of interest
      • Two samples of written work
    • MFA:
      • Statement of interest
      • Written work
      • Two examples (on DVD or video) of recent choreography or dance dramaturgy
      • CV
      • Interview

    Documentation Requirement for Business Administration

    • Programs that offer Winter entry: MBA, IMBA, MBA/JD, MBA/MFA/MA, MPA
    • Programs that offer Summer entry: MAcc
    • Programs that offer Fall entry: PhD, MBA, IMBA, MBA/JD, MBA/MFA/MA, MPA, MF, MSc
    • Paper-based and Computer-based TOEFL scores must also include TWE 5.0
    • Two years of relevant experience after obtaining an undergraduate degree
    • Acceptable score on all four measurements of the GMAT
    • Letters of Recommendation:
      MBA, MPA, IMBA, MBA/JD, MBA/MFA/MA: Two letters
      MF: Three letters
      PhD: Three letters
    • Contact program directly at 416-736-5060 or admissions@schulich.yorku.ca.
    • International students can e-mail intladmissions@schulich.yorku.ca.

    Documentation Requirement for Cinema & Media Studies

    • MA
      • Thesis proposal (500 words)
      • Statement of interest (500 words)
      • Resumé or CV, including a list of courses you have taken in film and related disciplines (e.g. theatre, visual arts, cultural studies, communications) and the grades that you received.
      • Two scholarly essays (max. 7,500 words) with an indication of the course(s) for which the sample was written.
    • PhD
      • Statement of interest incorporating proposed dissertation topic (500 to 1,000 words)
      • Resumé or CV, including a list of courses you have taken in cinema and media studies and related disciplines (e.g. theatre, visual arts, cultural studies, communications) and relevant experiences and accomplishments.
      • Two scholarly essays (max. 7,500 words) with an indication of the course(s) for which the sample was written.

    Documentation Requirement for Economics

    • PhD Only
      • Statement of interest
      • Written work
      • Resume

    Documentation Requirement for Geography

    • MA/MSc:
      • Statement of research interests (250 words)
      • Resumé or CV, including a list of courses in which you are enrolled at present and/or employment since the award of your most recent university degree.
    • PhD:
      • Statement of research interests (500 words)
      • Major paper or thesis chapter (30-page maximum)
      • Resumé or CV

    Documentation Requirement for Human Resources Management

    • MHRM
      • CV (maximum of 1,000 words, listing HR education, courses and experience)
      • Demonstrate a solid foundation in HRM, normally acquired through course work leading to the CHRP designation and HR experience
    • PhD HRM
      • Statement of research interests
      • Interview

    Documentation Requirement for Mathematics & Statistics

    • Statement of interest
    • Resumé or CV

    Documentation Requirement for Music

    • MA
      • Statement of intent (500 words), including Grad Course List
      • Two samples of scholarly writing
      • Resumé/CV
      • Composition applicants also submit a portfolio (scores and recordings)
    • PhD
      • Statement of intent (500 words), including Grad Course List
      • Two samples of scholarly writing
      • Resumé/CV

    Documentation Requirement for Political Science

    • MA
      • Resumé or CV
      • Statement of interest (500 words)
      • Seminar paper (2,500 to 4,000 words)
    • PhD
      • Resumé or CV
      • Statement of interest (500 words)
      • Seminar paper or chapter of MA thesis (less than 7,500 words)

    Documentation Requirement for Social Work

    • MSW in Social Work
      • BSW degree with a "B+" average in the last two years of study or equivalent honours undergraduate Social Work degree
      • Three letters of recommendation (one of which is academic, one professional and third can be either - academic is preferred)
      • Resumé or CV
      • Statement of interest (500 words)
      • Two years of experience in social work/social justice work (paid and/or voluntary) is preferred
    • Two-year MSW in Social Work
      • Honours undergraduate degree in a related subject with a "B+" average in the last two years of study or equivalent honours undergraduate degree
      • Relevant professional, personal or volunteer experience
      • Resumé or CV
      • Statement of interest (500 words)
      • Three letters of recommendation (one of which is academic, one professional and third can be either - academic is preferred)
      • Two years of experience in social work/social justice work (paid and/or voluntary) is preferred
      • Successful completion of an undergraduate research methods course (search for "research methods" under Course Title)
    • PhD in Social Work
      • MSW* with a minimum B+ average
      • Resumé or CV
      • Statement of interest, including proposal for plan of study
      • Sample of professional or academic writing
      • One-page statement of reasons for choosing York (indicate fields of study that relate to your research interest)
      • Three letters of reference (one of which is academic that addresses candidate's potential for doctoral level research)

    *In exceptional cases, a master's degree in a related discipline will be considered. In such a case, the applicant must demonstrate extensive experience in the field. Because the number of applicants greatly exceeds the number of positions available, meeting our minimum admission requirements is not a guarantee of admission.

    Documentation Requirement for Theatre

    • Resumé or CV
    • Statement of intent
    • Acting and Directing: audition/interview (contact program to set up an appointment)
    • Design: portfolio/evaluation (contact program to set up an appointment).

    Documentation Requirement for Environmental Studies

    • MES
      • Statement of educational and career objectives (500 words)
      • Resumé/CV
      • If you do not meet the minimum requirements: you may still be considered for admission if you have an extensive background in the area you wish to study, including significant writing and analytical experience.
      • See complete MES application instructions on the program website.
    • PhD
      • Writing sample
      • Description of intended area of research (1,000 words)
      • Resumé/CV
      • See complete PhD application instructions on the program website.

    Documentation Requirement for Education – Language, Culture & Teaching

    • Three Letters of Recommendation are required; two must be from academic references who can assess your academic potential, and one may be from a professional reference.
    • Statement of Interest
    • Resumé/CV
    • MEd: One sample of written work
      PhD: Two samples of written work

    Documentation Requirement for Nursing

    • One academic reference from a nurse with a master's or doctoral degree; one from a nurse in a leadership position; one from an individual to whom you directly reported in the last six years
    • Transcript
    • Resume or CV
    • Statement of interest
    • Registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario or eligibility for registration (or equivalent in home province). Photocopy will be accepted.
    • Membership from CNA, and carry liability protection with CNPS (Or the equivalent in the province where you reside). Photocopy will be accepted.

    Documentation Requirement for Critical Disability Studies

    • Statement of Interest
    • Resumé/CV
    • Sample(s) of scholarly written work

    Documentation Requirement for General Interpreting Graduate Diploma

    • Resumé or CV
    • Statement of Interest
    • An entrance examination is required. Contact the program for more information.

    Documentation Requirement for Health Industry Management Graduate Diploma

    • Paper-based and Computer-based TOEFL scores must also include TWE 5.0
    • Two years of relevant experience after obtaining an undergraduate degree
    • Acceptable score on all four measurements of the GMAT
    • Two Letters of Recommendation
    • Contact program directly at 416-736-5060 or admissions@schulich.yorku.ca.
    • International students can e-mail intladmissions@schulich.yorku.ca.

    Documentation Requirement for Language & Literacy Education Graduate Diploma

    • Two Letters of Recommendation must be from academic references who can assess your academic potential; one may be from a professional reference.
    • Statement of Interest
    • Resumé/CV
    • One sample of written work

    Documentation Requirement for Accounting

    Statement of Interest Resumé/CV Sample of written work

    Documentation Requirement for Business Analytics

    Statement of Interest Resumé/CV Sample of written work

    Documentation Requirement for Finance

    Statement of Interest Resumé/CV Sample of written work

    Documentation Requirement for Management

    Statement of Interest Resumé/CV Sample of written work

    Documentation Requirement for Real Estate and Infrastructure

    Statement of Interest Resumé/CV Sample of written work

    Documentation Requirement for Leadership & Community Engagement

    • Three letters of reference
      • At least one should be from a university faculty member; however, professional referees may be used if the applicant is unable to provide references from university faculty members
    • Résumé or curriculum vitae that highlights work experience relevant to the program
    • Statement of interest (minimum 500 words in length) outlining how the Master of Leadership and Community Engagement will build on the applicant's relevant work experience and serve the applicant's professional interests,
    • One sample of written work (e.g., a paper demonstrating how the applicant works with a body of literature or builds an argument; typically, the sample paper is from a university course completed within the past five years. It could also be a report, a presentation, an article, or other piece of professional writing).
      • Note: If unable to provide a sample of written work, the applicant should provide an extended statement of interest not to exceed 1500 words.
    We encourage all applicants to submit complete documentation (including those submitted via MyFile - supplementary applications and referee recommendations) within two weeks of the application deadline. Review the Admissions process for timing.
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