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    1. When to apply?
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      TUMS enjoys a rolling application system. Students are able to apply at any time. Our fall semester starts late September, and our spring semester starts late January.

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    2. How to apply?
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      You can apply by visiting our website and completing the online application form. The online application form can be accessed from the link below:

      Online Application Form

       

       

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    3. What will happen after I submit my application?
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      In case you submit all the required documents, your application will be processed by two committees, and you will be informed of our decision in a period of 8-20 weeks. In case there are missing documents in your application, our colleagues will contact you and ask for the missing documents.

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    4. What are the requirements for admission?
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    5. Who is eligible to apply?
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      With the exception of the following two groups, anyone who has at least finished high school and meets our admission requirements can apply to TUMS:

      - Native Iranians: Individuals who possess an Iranian passport

      - Iranians with Dual Citizenships: Iranians who possess dual citizenship, i.e. they have an Iranian passport as well as that of another country

      Iranian applicants who possess an Iranian passport must take the Nation-Wide University Entrance Examination (known as Konkoor) and achieve the necessary ranking in order to be eligible for being admitted to TUMS.

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    6. How much is the tuition fee?
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      Tuition fee at TUMS varies between levels and certain majors. Follow the link below to find the tuition fee of your intended major and level:

      Tuition Fees & Expenses

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    7. How and when should I pay tuition fee?
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      Students are required to pay the annual tuition fees in U.S. dollars, in cash, and at the time of registration.

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    8. Who should sign my Letters of Recommendation?
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      Letters of Recommendation should are highly significant documents in the application process, and you should invest in them as they can be quite influential in your admission.

      Individuals who have a good deal of knowledge regarding your abilities, personality, achievements and potentials, and with whom you have had a high level of interaction during your previous academic or professional career, can be suitable for writing and signing your letters of recommendation. These individuals include previous professors and instructors, thesis/dissertation supervisors, dean of school/faculty etc.

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    9. Some of my documents are not ready. Should I wait until I get them to send my application?
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      In order to avoid wasting time, the TUMS Application System allows the applicants to fill out the application form to a certain level and, if need be, continue the application process at a later time. You can submit the documents that are currently ready and send the other required documents at a later time.


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