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普瑞特艺术学院室内设计研究生申请—Online Application
All graduate students must file the application using our online system. There is a non-refundable $50 application fee. (International students must pay a $90 application fee).

Two letters of recommendation from employers, professors, or others able to judge your potential for graduate study in your specific program. We highly recommend that you complete the recommendation request online which will notify your recommenders to submit their recommendation online. This will immediately show up on your checklist.
普瑞特艺术学院室内设计研究生申请—Statement of purpose(目的陈述)
Your statement should discuss your long range goals and interest in the chosen discipline and reason for applying to the program: You will upload it on the application site. The maximum limit is 500 words.
Work included in the portfolio may be self-generated, professional assignments, or course assignments done in an undergraduate or graduate program. Your portfolio should contain between 12 and 20 examples of your best work, including drawings, paintings, prints, graphic design, websites, photographs, videos, animations, three-dimensional sculptures or models, or computer-generated artwork. The intent of this portfolio review is for you to demonstrate creative potential, and give us enough information about you to determine whether or not this program is appropriate for you. Most important, the Admissions Committee will determine if you demonstrate the potential to successfully complete the Master’s degree program.
TOEFL score, Pearson, or IELTS score for international applicants whose native language is not English. This requirement is waived for applicants who have earned a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree from a school which conducts all courses 100% in English. For international applicants whose first language is not English, the minimum required TOEFL score is 90 (Internet), and the required IELTS score is 7.0.
Applicants must be highly motivated individuals who hold an undergraduate degree in graphic design or related design field such as industrial or interior design, architecture, fine arts or media arts, but we also give serious consideration to applicants with degree/backgrounds from non-design degrees as well, such as communications and journalism, business, liberal arts, and the sciences. Up to six credits of qualifying courses may be required for applicants who do not meet all entrance standards but whose applications indicate a strong aptitude for graduate study. All applicants must submit a portfolio of work to be reviewed by an Admissions Committee comprised of faculty.