The Linguistics program at The Graduate Center makes use of the resources of New York City and its top public university to assist students in becoming knowledgeable in one of the most exciting fields in the world.
Acceptance Rate 47 Applied 42 Accepted 19 Enrolled 89%
|Fall deadline||January 15th||Not reported||No|
|Masters Degree Exam||GRE General Test|
|Doctoral Degree Exam||GRE General Test|
Tuition & Fees
|Financial award applicants must submit:||FAFSA|
|Application deadlines for financial awards||February 1|
|Types of financial support available||Institutionally-sponsored Loans Tuition waivers for student who do not receive fellowships or assistantships Career or field-related internships Federal Work-Study|
90 Total Graduate Students 26% International Breakout (representing other countries)
|Black or African American||0%|
|White or Caucasian||43%|
|American Indian or Alaska Native||0%|
|Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander||0%|
|Two or more races||1.11%|
Male (36%) Female (63%)
20 Total faculty Full-time – 20 Part-time – 0 Male (15) Female (5)
Location & Contact
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Is CUNY grad school hard to get into?
About 100 doctoral students are enrolled in our highly regarded and competitive program. We admit close to 15 to 18 students (about 15% of applicants) annually and offer financial support in the form of Graduate Center Fellowships or Tuition Fellowships
Does CUNY require SAT for international students?
SAT and ACT test results are not necessary or taken into account during the Spring 2023 admissions cycle due to the COVID-19 crisis. Click here for more details on the suspension of SAT/ACT test results.