The admissions office receives many applications for the university and reviews them before listing the transcript as received. Applicants should see that there transcript is “Under Review”. This indicates that the transcript has been received and that the department can… Read More
There are a lot of different housing options near campus. Some of our students do live on campus, but most graduate students live close to campus in housing not maintained by the university. Our current graduate students usually provide information… Read More
UF accepts electronic scores only from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score report. These scores are valid for two years. However, due to issues with standardized testing, English language proficiency can… Read More
Yes. This is just a graduate school recommendation. The portal will accept documents with longer lengths.
Yes, this is just a guideline from the graduate school not from the department. The application portal will accept documents with longer lengths. Please write a statement of purpose that allows you to really showcase who you are and why… Read More
Yes, the University of Florida’s Office of Admission will need official transcripts from both degrees.
All Ph.D. students that maintain good academic standing and make satisfactory progress toward their degree are guaranteed competitive stipends, tuition waivers, and medical insurance for 5 years within the program, though funding and support for additional time is often provided… Read More
The Ph.D. degree plan is primarily a research program. Students with a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering, or a closely related field, are encouraged to apply for this program. Graduate students enrolled in the Ph.D. program will have the opportunity… Read More
It is critical that your personal statement communicates your passions and interests along with your potential to be a successful, motivated, and driven Ph.D. student. Your personal statement should include information on your background and training as it pertains to… Read More
UF ChE evaluates applications by assessing the student’s qualifications in 5 categories: Academic Preparation, Research and Technical Skills, Communication Skills, Persistence and Motivation, and Leadership and Outreach. The applicant’s personal statement, CV/resume, transcripts, and recommendation letters are used in our… Read More