The English Department welcomes international students. Students admitted to graduate study in English over the past two decades have come from the U.K., Germany, Japan, France, Hungary, Lebanon, Morocco, Italy, South Korea, Croatia, Poland, and India. International students must meet all entrance standards and submit TOEFL scores that meet the minimum specified by the School of Graduate Studies (note that the Department might have higher expectations in its admissions process, especially in the award of Teaching Assistantships, where native fluency is normally expected).
International students typically need to be registered for 9 hours to meet visa requirements; however, the Office of International Students usually accepts a statement from the English Department that 6 hours constitutes a “full load” of English graduate coursework. International Ph.D. students beyond coursework should see the Graduate Director.
International students will want to acquaint themselves with Elise Lindsay, the Director of International Student Services immediately upon notice of admission (143 Tomlinson Hall, 368-2517, FAX 368-4889, http://studentaffairs.case.edu/international/). This office sends out I-20 and DS-2019s forms, verifies immigration information, can affirm or deny or upgrade visa status, and affirms full/part time status of international students.
In the past, several graduate students in English have found the Steiner House, a student-run cooperative offering housing for graduate students, a congenial place to live while in Cleveland.
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