Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Institut für Erziehungswissenschaft, Institut für Evangelische Theologie, Institut für Germanistik und Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft, Historisches Institut, Institut für Humanwissenschaften, Institut für Katholische Theologie, Institut für Kunst, Musik, Textil, Institut für Medienwissenschaft, Institut für Romanistik
Department 1: Management, Department 2: Taxation, Accounting and Finance, Department 3: Wirtschaftsinformatik, Department 4: Economics, Department 5: Wirtschaftspädagogik, Department 6: Recht
Department Physik, Department Chemie, Department Sport und Gesundheit
Sechzehn Professuren, vier fach- und fakultätsübergreifende Forschungseinrichtungen
Fakultät für Maschinenbau
Institut für Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik, Institut für Informatik, Institut für Mathematik
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Applicants should be graduates of secondary school, 12 or 13 years and plan to sit for national and international examinations, such as the GCE A-levels, German Abitur, French Baccalauréat, Chinese Gaokao and International Baccalaureate, and submit the predicted or actual scores for those examinations as part of your credentials for admission to Brown. We expect the actual scores to be submitted before matriculation. At the time of application, you and your school should submit a request in writing if you are in a national curriculum but are not planning on taking the corresponding external examinations.
Application Process for International Applicants
All applicants to Brown complete the Common Application. Although the forms are geared toward the U.S. secondary school system, they may be used to convey the specifics of any nation's educational system. Please observe the following:
• Documents or information that will be part of your application file should be written in English or be accompanied by official translations along with original documents in the original language.
• Although an English proficiency examination is not required for admission, we highly recommend that all international students submit the results of the TOEFL or the IELTS.
• Brown does not endorse or work with agents or third parties, with the exception of schools, governments, EducationUSA and community-based organizations.
• Brown expects that students will demonstrate integrity in completing their application and that all work presented for admission to the College will be their own. Students who have violated this policy may have their application denied or their offer of admission revoked.
Minimum English language requirements
Since English is the language of instruction at Brown, you must demonstrate that you:
• Understand English as spoken in the classroom
• Express thoughts quickly and clearly in both spoken and written English
• Read English with ease
English language proficiency must be achieved before you are admitted. Brown does not offer courses in English as a second language for its undergraduates and does not accept on a provisional basis students who are deficient in English. We highly recommend that international applicants take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) and arrange for Brown to receive the official results. A TOEFL score of 100 or above on the internet-based exam, or 600 or above on the paper-based exam, or a score of 8.0 or above on the IELTS, is expected in most cases. Note that in addition, students are expected to complete all other test requirements outlined in the Standardized Test Requirements section of this website.
Financial Aid for International Applicants
International students are eligible to apply for University financial aid; however, funding is limited. International applicants must apply for financial aid and receive University Scholarship at the time of their admission to Brown to be considered for financial aid at any point during their four years at Brown University. International students who do not apply for and receive financial aid upon admission to Brown are not eligible for institutional aid in subsequent years, even if a student's financial circumstances change or a sponsor discontinues providing support. Financial aid is need based.
- Brown University does not offer any merit awards.
- Please refer to the financial aid deadlines and instructions for prospective applicants.
- In most cases, financial aid awards are applied directly to the student account as a credit towards the cost of tuition, fees, room and meals. The financial aid award will help with the cost of travel, books and personal expenses, but it does not assist with vacation and summer expenses.
- Immigration regulations and restrictions on off-campus summer employment in the United States make it imperative that overseas applicants know exactly where they can obtain funds (e.g., family resources, government grants or savings). All applicants should consult local education officials and make every effort to obtain outside sources of financial aid. You may also find it helpful to contact your local EducationUSA office and to explore various online resources such as eduPASS, Funding for U.S. Study, the College Board or FinAid. In addition, NAFSA, the Association of International Educators, can provide you with information and publications on financing an education in the United States.
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