Visit our next in-person PMP information session on Monday, July 8 at 6:30 pm!
Visit our next online PMP information session on Monday, June 24 at 5:00 pm!
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The next PMP application deadline is July 1, 2013 for Autumn Quarter 2013 .
Filling out and submitting the Professional Master’s Program application is easy to do. All PMP application materials are online and embedded in the Graduate Studies online application; no hardcopy material will be accepted. Simply follow this link to begin your application process.
The online application will ask you to provide the following information:
- Academic Background. Identify all colleges and universities from which you have received a degree and any others you have attended. Specific information includes dates of attendance (month and year), degree name, degree date, major field, major GPA, and overall GPA. Input GPA information to the best of your ability; this information will be checked against submitted transcripts; omitting GPA information is acceptable if no accurate conversion is available. You will also be asked for additional Computer Science and Engineering course detail via the Academic Background Information Form; restrict your input to relevant academic experience.
- Resume. A synopsis of your professional responsibilities and accomplishments. You can upload a PDF, Word, or plain text file to the online application. No hardcopy information will be accepted.
- Personal Statement. An approximately one-page online statement that we use to match your background, skills, current situation and ambitions to our profile of PMP students. Summarize your reasons for wanting to enter the Professional Master’s Program, your fit with PMP goals, and your academic and professional qualifications.
- Letters of Recommendation. Enter the names and contact information (e.g., affiliation, email, phone) for your references to activate a request for letters of recommendation. Two or three letters from current or former supervisors, leads or project managers who are familiar with the specifics of your work projects and strengths are recommended.
- GRE Scores. Request that ETS send your general GRE test scores to the University of Washington, institution code 4854. Scores will be delivered electronically to your online application. Scores older than five years will be accepted; however, it is often difficult to obtain older official scores from the ETS. In these cases, other printed evidence of your GRE scores will be accepted and should be scanned and sent to Dave Rispoli, PMP Advisor, at email@example.com.
- TOEFL Scores. These scores are required for all international applicants. Please request that ETS send scores to the University of Washington, institution code 4854. Scores must be no more than 2 years old and must be valid on the date the application is submitted. Click here for specific information about Graduate School language requirements, acceptable scores, and exceptions.
- Transcripts. Transcripts are needed from all colleges and universities you have attended. Hardcopy transcripts are not needed by the application deadline; instead, unofficial transcripts should be uploaded into the online application when prompted. You will be asked to submit an official hardcopy transcript to the Office of Graduate Admissions only if you are offered admission. Therefore, do not send hardcopy transcript materials until you are asked to do so. Note that accepted applicants with degrees from foreign universities may be allowed to deliver an unofficial transcript in person to the Office of Graduate Admissions, from which a notarized copy will be made.
- Application Fee. A $75 application fee is required for your application to be processed by the UW Graduate School Admissions Office. You must pay online to be able to declare your application complete.
If you have questions after reading these instructions, please contact the PMP Advisor, Dave Rispoli, by email or phone (206-543-5848).