July 7, 2017
|Admission Deadline for first semester, term B|
Sept 22, 2017
|Admission Deadline for second semester, term A|
Dec 1, 2017
|Admission Deadline for second semester, term B|
Feb 15, 2018
|Admission Deadline for intersemester 2018|
May 5, 2017
|Admission Deadline for first semester 2017|
All students seeking admission to AIIAS must meet all admission requirements for graduate studies. Steps in the application process include the following:
Submit to the Admissions and Records Office the following documents for admission:
b. Official transcripts sent directly to the Admissions and Records Office from the registrar of each college/university the student has attended. Applicants are advised to follow up to see that these have actually been sent. Students applying for doctoral programs must submit both undergraduate and graduate transcripts. If the original transcript is not in English, a certified literal translation should be attached to the original.
c. Photocopy of college/university diploma(s) (with certified translation if not in English)
d. Two passport-size (2” x 2”) photographs
e. Photocopy of passport or any government issued identification document (in English)
f. Graduate Evaluation forms for the program applied to are to be given to two persons (not related to the applicant) who have interacted with the applicant in an academic or professional setting and are able to supply the information required. The individuals should complete the forms and send them directly to the Admissions and Records Office – the applicant should not have access to these documents. It is the responsibility of the applicant, however, to verify that the recommendation forms have been sent to AIIAS.
When all forms and documents have been received by the Admissions and Records Office, the program/department committee will assess the student's application and make a recommendation to the Academic Standards and Admissions Committee (ASAC). When an assessment is voted by ASAC, the student will be informed of the admission in writing by the Admissions and Records Office.
The Admissions and Records Office will assist in providing necessary information for visa arrangements. Each student will receive a copy of their Admission Assessment and Program Checksheet before beginning their program of study.