How To Apply:
The deadline for fall admission is February 1st.
Note: All application materials must be sent to the Rutgers Office of Graduate and Professional Admissions.
Do not send any materials to the Department of French.
Application materials include the following:
- graduate application form
- application fee
- three letters of recommendation
- personal statement
- complete set of transcripts
- writing sample in French (10-20 pp. preferable)
- GRE scores (M.A. and Ph.D. applicants only)
Note: M.A.T. applications are considered only after the candidate has completed two summer courses in the Rutgers World Language Institute. For more information, please click here.
Rutgers offers a variety of fellowships, scholarships, and teaching assistantships to qualified students with strong records of academic achievement and scholarly promise.
The Graduate School-New Brunswick administers major fellowships that offer tuition remission and stipends of $24,500 or more. Teaching assistantships also carry tuition remission and a salary above $25,000. The program offers outstanding applicants a combination of these forms of support, for up to five years. Exceptional applicants may be nominated for a University-wide Presidential Fellowship, which bears a yearly award of $35,000.
For more information, please contact:
Professor Jennifer Tamas