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The recruitment, retention, and support of students from underrepresented backgrounds is central to the Graduate School's mission. We strive to develop and promote efforts to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion campus-wide. Application fee waivers are offered to eligible applicants.
The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus Neuroscience Graduate Program is committed to providing equitable access to learning opportunities for all students, including those with disabilities (e.g., mental health, attentional, learning, chronic health, sensory, or physical) who meet the technical standards of the program, with or without reasonable accommodations.
If you are an applicant with a disability who would like to engage in a confidential consultation about disability access at CU Anschutz, or who requires accommodations to complete the application or interview process, please contact The Office of Disability, Access & Inclusion.
Thank you for your interest in applying to the Neuroscience Program at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
To complete the application you will need to provide your academic transcripts, statement of purpose, research statement, and the names of 3 references.
Exams | The GRE is not required. International students must take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).
Undergraduate Coursework | An undergraduate degree or its equivalent is required. A baccalaureate degree in a biological science, chemistry, physics or engineering is recommended.
GPA | There is no absolute requirement for grade point average above that required by the graduate school, but successful applicants will generally have GPAs above 3.2 (A=4.0).
Research Experience | Research experience is strongly recommended.
When you apply to the Neuroscience Graduate Program, you have two options:
Apply to the Neuroscience program directly
Apply to the biomedical sciences umbrella program and select Neuroscience as one of your 2 host programs for recruitment weekend. This options allows you to have flexibility in your degree if admitted. See the Biomedical Science Program web site for a full description of the program.
Students interested in pursuing a dual MD and PhD in Neuroscience may apply to the Medical Scientist Training Program.
The Neuroscience application deadline is December 1.
Applications received by December 1 will be given first consideration for admission to the Fall Semester of the following year, but applications received subsequently may also be considered. Fall Semester classes begin in late August
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University of Colorado Denver
Campus Box 163
PO Box 173364&
Denver, CO 80217
PRIORITY DEADLINE FOR INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS IS NOVEMBER 1.
Applications submitted between November 1 and December 1 may only be considered if complete.
International students must meet ALL of the requirements above and those required by International Admissions.
Visit International Admissions for more information.
Please email the Neuroscience Graduate Program office with any questions at NSP@ucdenver.edu