麻省理工学院(Massachusetts Institute of Technology，缩写是：MIT)是美国一所综合性私立大学，有“世界理工大学之最”的美名。位于麻萨诸塞州的波士顿，查尔斯河(Charles River)将其与波士顿的后湾区(Back Bay)隔开。麻省理工学院接受转学生，那么麻省理工学院转学申请截止日期是什么时候呢？
If you have completed two or more terms with high academic standing at an accredited college, university, technical institute or community college you may apply to MIT for transfer. However, we cannot accept applications from students who at the time of entry to MIT will have finished less than one year or more than two and a half years of college.
麻省理工学院转学之课程和考试Coursework and Test Requirements
We recommend that prospective transfer students take a variety of mathematics and science courses(最好在大学修很多关于数学和科学的课程) before applying. Take full advantage of your institution''s offerings in these areas. This includes one year each of college-level calculus and calculus-based physics, and one semester each of biology and chemistry. If you received advanced placement from high school courses, then you should enroll in the appropriate level for each of the disciplines mentioned above.
Core graduation requirements for all majors at MIT are two semesters of college calculus and calculus-based physics, and one semester each of chemistry and biology. There is no minimum required GPA, but competitive applicants generally have a GPA of 3.5 or above, and mostly "A"s in mathematics and science courses.
Testing must be completed by the November test date for Spring (February) entry and by the January test date for Fall (September) entry. These dates change each year and are set by the testing agency.
Choose your activities because they really delight, intrigue and challenge you, not because you think they''ll look impressive on your application. Go out of your way to find projects, research, activities, internships, and experiences that stimulate your creativity and leadership, that connect you with peers who bring out your best, that please you so much you don''t mind the work involved. Some students find room for many activities; others prefer to concentrate on just a few. Either way, the test for any extracurricular should be whether it makes you happy - whether it feels right for you.
We require three evaluations from college instructors- please give them to your instructors early! We will hold on to any materials sent before your Part 1. One ("Evaluation A") should be from a math or science instructor and the other two ("Evaluations B and C") should be from any instructors who know you well. We find that the best recommendations are written by professors who know an applicant well as both a student and a person.
You are also welcome (but not required) to submit two supplemental letters of recommendation(推荐信) from high school teachers, employers, etc.
High school transcript
Please have your high school transcript/secondary school records sent directly to MIT. If you went to high school in another country and cannot have your transcripts sent by the school, you may include a copy of your grades with your application.
We require an official transcript from each college attended. Please have all transcripts sent directly to MIT. Admissions decisions will be based on your coursework completed to date. If you are admitted, you will need to submit a final transcript when your second term grades become available.
For native English Speakers:
You must take the SAT I and two SAT II subject tests, one in math (Level 1 or Level 2) and one in science (Physics, Chemistry, or Biology E/M). We do not have a preference as to which science you take or which level math you take.
For non-native English Speakers:
You have two options: you may take the tests required of native English speakers, or you may take the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) and two SAT II subject tests, one in math (Level 1 or Level 2) and one in science (Physics, Chemistry, or Biology E/M).
If you have been using English for less than 5 years or do not speak English at home and school, we strongly suggest that you take the TOEFL.
Testing Deadlines and Score Requirements
Applicants must complete all required tests by the end of January for Fall entrance, and by early November for Spring entrance. While there is no required minimum score on the SAT exams, competitive transfer applicants have a 700 or above on each SAT II exam. Competitive SAT I scores are 650 or above on the Reasoning Test Critical Reading and 700 or above Reasoning Test Math.
Because MIT is an English medium university, language proficiency is crucial. For this reason, we do have minimum scores for the TOEFL exam:
• IBT: 90 minimum; 100 recommended
• PBT: 577 minimum; 600 recommended
Standardized tests are required for any transfer application to MIT, regardless of how many years of college you may have completed.
SAT/TOEFLMath SAT II Subject TestScience SAT II Subject Test
Transfer students may apply for financial aid and are given the same financial aid consideration as all undergraduate students.