Applications for graduate studies in the Department are accepted only through the web system.
It will guide you through the requirements of the application and help by indicating any aspects of the application that are incomplete.
Please mail an official transcript from each college or university you have attended, and any other required physical documents, to:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering
77 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139
Your recommenders must submit letters by 15 December. We require that all recommendations be submitted electronically, using the web application system. Go to Letters of Recommendation and then Letter Status to ask for electronic recommendations and to check whether recommendations have arrived. You must e-mail your recommenders the instructions shown in Letter Status. It is your responsibility to ensure that your recommenders do enter their letters.
If your language of instruction beginning in primary school was not English, you'll need to take the TOEFL or the IELTS. MIT only accepts official score reports; a photocopy will not be considered an official test score.
Please have your GRE scores sent to the Nuclear Science and Engineering Department at MIT, attention Ms. Egan.
You can find more information on the Nuclear Science and Engineering graduate programs at the graduate education page. More information about the applications process can be found at the central website. Please address questions about Nuclear Science and Engineering and the application process to email@example.com, or call +1 617 253 3814.
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