January 15, 2020
December 1, 2019
- A personal statement (500-1,000 words). This statement might include an explanation of your personal and/or professional interest in Latin America and the Caribbean, reasons for pursuing graduate study, research interests, faculty with whom you would be interested in studying, etc.
- All offical transcripts, submitted electronically or mailed to:
|Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies|
355 N. Jordan Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47405
- A sample of your academic writing (25-page limit)
- A completed University Graduate School online application
- Payment of the $70 application fee
Optional Application Materials
- A resume or CV
For more information refer to the University Graduate School website.
- Applicants who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents should begin their application process at the website of the Office of International Admissions.
- Applicants whose native language is not English must submit results from the TOEFL exam. Minimum required score is 79 on the internet-based test.
- International applicants must have their official transcripts/certificates and financial documents sent to the Office of International Admissions (OIA) for evaluation. All other supporting documents may be sent to OIA as well, or directly to CLACS for faster processing.
Dual Degree Students
Applicants to a Dual-Degree program must submit an application to each program and be be admitted to both separately . However, students can apply for the second degree program while enrolled as a graduate student.
However, many programs at IU do not count toward degree requirements classes that have been taken before formal enrollment in that program. Students should check with individual programs for complete guidelines.