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Entrance Requirements, Enrollment and Admission

Undergraduate Program

To obtain a B.S. in Translation, undergraduate students must apply with the Kent State University Admissions Office and fulfill the requirements for the B.S.

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Graduate Programs

To be considered for acceptance in the graduate programs (Master's Program, or Ph. D Program) in translation, the student must complete an application for graduate admission (forms for domestic students are available from Graduate Studies and for international students with the Office of Global Education's International Admissions); and fulfill the Translation M.A. program entrance requirements or Translation Studies Ph.D. program entrance requirements

Consult Graduate Studies Resources   Access International Admission Resources

Application Deadline

It is suggested that the application file be completed by February 1 of each year, especially if the applicant wants to be considered for a graduate assistantship or fellowship. If you have any questions regarding the submission of documents, please email the following contacts for more information.

Submissions

Domestic Students

  • ContactGradapps@kent.edu
  • Submissions: Kent State University, Attn: Research and Graduate Studies, Graduate Admissions, PO Box 5190, Kent, OH 44242

International Students

In addition to submitting the application materials, official transcripts, and application fee required by university admission procedures, please check program course requirements for each degree.

Review program course Requirements

Additional Notes
  • Forms for domestic students are available from Graduate Studies and for international students from Global Education
  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) sheets:
  1. Domestic Applicant M.A. FAQ sheet
  2. International M.A. FAQ sheet
  3. Domestic Applicant Ph.D. FAQ sheet
  4. International Ph.D. FAQ sheet