Personal Statement (In this document students should summarize their academic history, career goals, personal background, reasons for applying to the Pan African Studies graduate program and state the name(s) and research interests of department faculty members which aligns with theirs specific academic focus and research plans).
3 Letters of Recommendation
GRE Examination: Highly recommended, but not required
Writing Sample: 10-12 pages (Any research paper that the student received an "A" grade centering around African American/ Black/Pan African Studies, Ethnic/Multicultural Studies, Cultural Studies, or Gender/Feminist topics).
WES Reference No. World Education Services Attention: Documentation Center P.O. Box 5087 Bowling Green Station New York, NY 10274-5087 USA Website: www.wes.org Telephone: (414) 289-3400
STEP 2: Request a course-by-course evaluation and pay required fee.
STEP 3: Instruct the World Education Services to mail an official report directly to:
Enrollment Management Processing Center Syracuse University Graduate Admissions Processing P.O. Box 35060 Syracuse New York 13235-5060
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