Please read all requirement details carefully.
In some cases, professional experience may be substituted for academic courses if the applicant has gained sufficient knowledge of the subject.
Applicants who fulfill all other entry requirements, but are lacking current knowledge of programming and ObjectOriented (OO) software methods may enter the Preparatory Track. This track is NOT a substitute for the full coverage of these topics which the students are expected to have completed during undergraduate courses.
Applicants are not generally required to take GRE for admission to our program, but we strongly encourage them to take it. A high GRE score may decrease the initial amount international students are asked to pay upon enrollment. Also, taking the GRE increases the likelihood of internationals obtaining a student visa for our program. A GRE score is a good way to indicate your overall strength, and even if it is not required, it will be an asset to your application. Note: Students with a cumulative grade point average below 2.7 out of 4.0 (equivalent to a B-) are required to take the general GRE test, and score at least 70% on the quantitative section for consideration for admission.
It is not necessary to take the TOEFL, because our Admissions Representatives will conduct an English language interview with international applicants to assess English skills. We do not accept IELTS for English language evaluation.
Information on GRE is available at http://www.gre.org.