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Degree-seeking application requirements for domestic applicants (US Citizens, Permanent Residents, Adjustment in Status, etc.) and applicants with US transcripts.
Degree-seeking application requirements and other information relevant to International applicants and applicants who have done foreign study, including academic credential requirements, English proficiency and visa processing.
Is non-degree study what you're looking for? Graduate non-degree students are those with at least a Bachelor's degree who wish to take courses for academic, professional or personal enrichment, without enrolling in a degree program.
UIC offers IBHE Certificates and Campus Certificates. Click the link below to find out more about these certificate options for Graduate-level study at UIC.
Information on applying to the clinical professional doctorates offered by the Colleges of Applied Health Sciences, Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy
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