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Graduate Admissions

Graduate Admissions 

Admissions application information is available online from the Graduate Admissions Office or by email from Please visit the Graduate School's website for a complete list of requirements.

Submit the following information to Graduate Admissions with your application:

  • Application for admission, resume, statement of purpose, and unofficial transcripts ( undergraduate and/or graduate degrees) ( including degrees in progress). Transcripts must show marksheet, grades, and grade point average.
  • Official GRE scores ( institutional code 5813) ( within 5 years), official TOEFL or IELTS scores (within 2 years) ( you may send the unofficial copy, but official scores must be received for departmental review). Official IELTS must be mailed by the testing agency to UGA Graduate Admissions.
  • Three letters of recommendation. These must be from qualified persons who have taught or supervised you in an academic and/or professional capacity;
  • A Statement of Purpose must indicate your goals for graduate study in Computer Science at the University of Georgia.

International Applicants

If you're an international student and have questions about the international student application process, please click the button below to visit the graduate school's website.

International Application Information


Domestic Applicants:  fall semester: July 1st  
                                    spring semester: November 15th                               

International Applicants: fall semester: April 15th      
                                         spring semester: October 15th

Mailing Addresses

Graduate Admissions Office:

University of Georgia Graduate School
Brooks Hall
310 Herty Drive
Athens, GA 30602
(706) 542-1739

Computer Science Department:

Dr. John Miller, Professor and Graduate Coordinator (Interim),
Department of Computer Science
219 Hardman Hall
Athens, GA 30606
706-542-3440/ Email:

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