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Graduate Program in Earth & Space Science

How to Apply

There will be three intake for the Earth & Space Science Graduate Program.

  • the first application deadline is March 13th 2019, for entry beginning in Fall (September 2019).
  • the second application deadline is August 15th 2019, for entry beginning in Winter (January 2020).
  • the third application deadline is December 15th 2019, for entry beginning in Summer(May 2020).
A complete application package must be received by the Graduate Admissions Office at York University.

Visit the Admissions website for further details on the general admissions requirements for this program.

English Language Requirements

When an applicant's first language is other than English, consideration for admission includes establishing an acceptable level of language proficiency by completing a language proficiency test. (Graduate Studies does not require language tests from applicants who have completed two years or more at an accredited university in a country (or institution) where English is the official language of instruction.)

For information on the test themselves, contact:

IELTS
International English Language Testing Service
UK-Phone:  0161-957-7755
E-mail:  ed@britcoun.org
In Canada information can be obtained by contacting
Centennial College in Scaborough, Ontario
Phone:  (416) 289-5000
IELTS score required 6.5

TOEFL
Test of English as a Foreign Language
USA-Phone:  (609) 771-7100
E-mail: www.toefl@ets.org
TOEFL scores required
(Paper Based 550+; iBT 79–80)


MELAB
Michigan English Language Assessment Battery
USA-Phone:  (313) 764-2416  or  (734) 736-3452
Fax:  (313) 763-0369
E-mail:  melabelium@umich.edu

YELT
York English Language Test
York University, Admissions Office
Phone:  (416) 736-5000
E-mail:  gradenq@yorku.ca

Accommodations for Graduate Students

There is a distinction between Academic Accommodations and Workplace Accommodations that you should be aware of. You may require one or both, as a graduate student at York University, and they have different administrative pathways. The latter is relevant only to students who hold, or expect to hold, CUPE 3903 work assignments as part of their funding package.

For both sorts of accommodation, you may want to initiate a conversation with your Graduate Program Director (GPD), who can be a conduit to the relevant offices, and a source of support for tailored planning of your academic and work pathway through your degree. If you are not comfortable approaching your Graduate Program Director, you can find further information on the Faculty of Graduate Studies website.

 


 

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