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1.Transcripts and Evaluations
A scanned transcript from each US college or university attended for credit must be uploaded into the application. In addition, you must have one official transcript (sealed and stamped) from each college or university attended for credit sent directly to the PennDesign Office of Admissions, 110 Meyerson Hall, 210 South 34th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6311. Alternatively, we will accept official electronic transcripts sent directly from the US institution to us at email@example.com.
Applicants completing undergraduate and/or graduate degrees from institutions outside of the United States or that have completed more than one year of study for credit at a non-US institution are required to submit a BASIC course-by-course evaluation from World Education Services. http://www.wes.org/. You do not need to send us an official transcript from your school. If you are admitted to your program before you have received your undergraduate degree, you will be required to submit a second WES evaluation or upgrade showing your conferred degree prior to entering the School of Design in the fall.
Study Abroad Programs.An applicant receiving a degree from a US college or university who has participated in a study abroad program does not need to submit a WES evaluation for that program IF the course names and grades from the program abroad appear on their main transcript. If the course names and grades from the exchange program do not appear on their main transcript and they attended the program for only one or two semesters, they may have the study abroad institution send us an official (paper) transcript instead of submitting a WES evaluation. However, if the study abroad program was longer than two semesters, they must submit a WES course-by-course evaluation from the study abroad program in addition to their official main transcript.
2. Letters of Recommendation
You must submit three letters of recommendation with at least two from college instructors. Applicants who have been out of school for several years may submit recommendations from employers or others in a position to evaluate their professional abilities and academic potential. You will need your evaluators’ e-mail addresses when you fill out the recommendation section of the application.
You must upload a personal statement, no more than 500 words long, describing your background, interest in your field, and your academic and career objectives. You should be as specific as you can about the area in which you plan to study. If you are an MFA applicant, you should include your ideas, as well as the stylistic and conceptual priorities for your work.
You must upload a résumé including employment, activities, community service, education, and academic or professional honors.
A digital portfolio must be submitted for applicants to Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Fine Arts, and Urban Design programs as well as the post-professional MSD: Historic Preservation program. Applicants to the Master of City Planning with a Concentration in Urban Design are strongly encouraged to submit a portfolio of their design work although it is not required. All work in the portfolio, including images and concepts, must be original material created by you, and should be identified as academic, professional, or personal. If professional or team projects are included in the portfolio, you must clearly identify your specific role and responsibility in the production of the project. Labels and writing should clearly explain the work. Paper portfolios are not accepted.
Architecture, MSD, and Landscape Architecture Portfolios
Every applicant to the Master of Architecture, Master of Science in Design (Advanced Architectural Design, Environmental Building Design, and Historic Preservation concentrations), Master of Landscape Architecture, Master of Science in Architecture, or PhD in Architecture program is required to submit a digital portfolio. Paper portfolios will NOT be accepted, and if submitted, will not be returned. The portfolio is a synopsis of one's creative work. As a visual essay, it tells a story of a person's interests, skills, and development over time. It should include projects that best express one's visual, spatial, and constructional abilities. These projects might include drawings, paintings, sculpture, or photography; graphic, industrial, or interior design; architectural, landscape, or urban design. The faculty who evaluate the portfolios look less for competence in architectural or landscape architectural design and more for a coherent demonstration of visual and spatial abilities expressed through a basic understanding of material and construction. Applicants to the MEBD and MSD should include at least five fully developed projects done solely by the person submitting the portfolio; other group work can be added.
The digital portfolio should be formatted as one PDF document no larger than 10 MB, with no more than 20 pages (maximum page size 10 x 12") or 10 pages (maximum 10 x 24") if you use spreads. Cover pages or table of contents do not count towards total pages. We suggest that you keep the format consistent. For instance, if you are using spreads, use all spreads. If you are using pages, don't mix in spreads. Once your application is submitted, you will not be able to make changes to your portfolio or upload a new one.
City Planning and Urban Design Portfolios
Applicants to the Certificate in Urban Design program should submit portfolios containing reproductions of their work in the visual arts and design. Applicants to the Master of City Planning program with a concentration in Urban Design are strongly encouraged to submit a portfolio. Applicants with professional experience who wish to include examples of their professional work may do so, but are advised to limit these to projects in which they had principal design roles. If examples of collaborative projects are submitted, the applicant's contribution should be specifically described. The digital portfolio should be formatted as one PDF document no larger than 10 MB, with no more than 20 pages (maximum page size 10 x 12") or 10 pages (maximum 10 x 24") if you use spreads. Cover pages or table of contents do not count towards total pages. We suggest that you keep the format consistent. For instance, if you are using spreads, use all spreads. If you are using pages, don't mix in spreads. Once your application is submitted, you will not be able to make changes to your portfolio or upload a new one.
Fine Arts Portfolios
A portfolio is required of all applicants to Fine Arts, Time-Based and Interactive Media, and Emerging Design and Research programs. The portfolio should indicate your major interest, represent your best work, and demonstrate your abilities. At least half of the portfolio should consist of work completed in the last two years. Applicants may choose to provide still images and/or video. All work in the portfolio, including images and concepts, must be original material created by you, and should be identified as academic, professional, or personal. If professional or team projects are included in the portfolio, you must clearly identify your specific role and responsibility in the production of the project. Labels and writing should clearly explain the work.
NOTE: The following instructions are guidelines. You may have to take additional steps to reduce the size of your portfolio if it is larger than 10 MB before you can upload it into your application.
For still images, a total of up to twenty (20) images should be submitted. You will need to combine your images into a single PDF to upload. The portfolio should contain a total of twenty (20) RGB JPEGs. The review panel reviews slides at 1920 x 1080 pixels. If your images are larger than this, please follow these directions:
Resize in Photoshop, Image->Image size
First set the Resolution to 72 Pixels/Inch
Set the Width so it is less than 1920 and the height so it is less than 1080
Save a copy of each image as jpeg at 90% quality (or 11/12 quality) for your submission
Each file should be just around 1 mb
To create your pdf, in Photoshop, go to File->Automate->PDF Presentation
Add your files
Make Background Black or White
Don't include any text options
Leave "Advance Every" unchecked
Use the "Press Quality" Preset in the next PDF dialog box.
We will accept up to 5 video links. Each video can be up to 10 minutes long. It is acceptable to provide excerpts if videos are longer than 10 minutes. Submit all video work by providing up to five links to your Image List PDF. Copy and paste the link to your video along with the title, date, running time and intended format of presentation. Video hosting sites include (but are not limited to) YouTube and Vimeo.
Image List for Fine Arts Portfolio Submissions
To describe your work, please include a list as follows: upload an additional PDF document titled "Image Lis" describing the images uploaded and link URLs. The list should be headed with your name and list the image number, title, date, medium, and dimensions of each work. For video submissions, copy and paste the link to your video, also including the running time, intended format of presentation (for example video installation, online video, cinema screening, or not specified) for each video.
6. Test Scores
Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores are required of all but MFA applicants regardless of whether they are from the U.S. or abroad. To register for the GRE, go to Educational Testing Service at www.gre.org. Official test scores must be sent by ETS to the School of Design. The correct institution code to use when requesting scores is 2926; you do not need a departmental code.. We suggest a minimum of 160 Verbal, 148 Quantitative, and 4.5 for Analytical Writing. Keep in mind that these are not cut-off scores.
International applicants whose native language is not English and whose undergraduate training of at least 4 years has not been conducted in the English language must submit satisfactory certification of adequate English proficiency sufficient to pursue graduate study, both comprehension and expression in the spoken and written word. Applicants must submit scores of either the International English Language Testing System (IELTS Academic), Pearson's PTE Academic, or the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). We suggest a minimum score of 100 on the TOEFL, 68 for the PTE Academic, and a band score of 7.5 for the IELTS, but these are not cut-off scores and we will review any complete application we receive. If you have spent a minimum of 4 years in an English-speaking institution (for your Bachelor's, for example), you will not be required to submit a TOEFL, PTE, or IELTS score.
Applicants may register for the IELTS at www.ielts.org, for the TOEFL at www.ets.org/toefl, and for the PTE Academic at pearsonpte.com. The correct institution code to use when requesting official TOEFL scores is 2926; you do not need a departmental code. Candidates admitted to the School of Design may be required to successfully complete an English Language Program prior to matriculation. They will be notified of this condition in their letter of admission.
On‐line application form
Application fee ($80)
Three letters of recommendation submitted on‐line：
At least two academic recommendations preferred
Use recommender’s professional e‐mail address if possible, not personal one
Personal statement submitted on‐line
Résumé submitted on‐line
Scanned unofficial transcript(s) as PDFs or JPGs submitted on‐line
Official paper transcript(s) from each college or university attended for credit sent to Office of
Admissions with these exceptions:
If grades for study abroad or another institution are reflected on another transcript,
separate transcripts do not need to be submitted
If no credit was received for courses, a transcript does not need to be submitted
Applicants completing undergraduate and/or graduate degrees from institutions outside
of the United States are required to submit a course‐by‐course evaluation from World
Education Services http://www.wes.org/. If you submit a WES evaluation, you do not
need to submit an official paper transcript.
Graduate Record Examination scores (GRE) submitted by ETS：
only MFA applicants exempt from sending in scores
international Language Testing System (IELTS), Test of English as a Foreign Language
(TOEFL), or PTE Academic :
required of all applicants whose native language is not English except those students
who have completed four or more years at an English‐speaking undergraduate college
Portfolio (required of all applicants to any Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Fine Arts, or
Urban Design degree programs; also for MSD in Historic Preservation)
The Master of Architecture is a comprehensive and rigorous program, preparing graduates for the full range of activities in the profession. An intensive sequence in Design Studios constitutes the focus of the program. Thorough training is also provided in history, theory, technology, ecology, society, and professional practice. Studios and courses are supported by a rigorous program in visual studies that develops skills in digital and new media. At the upper levels of the program students establish individual trajectories by selecting from a range of elective studios and courses with leading figures in design, technology and theory. The final year culminates in advanced design studios that include research directed by leading designers as well as the option of an independent thesis. Summer programs abroad and studios based in other countries provide opportunities for international studies. The program aims to develop critical, creative and independent thinking that realizes potentials within an ever-changing world. The Master of Architecture degree is a professional degree accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB).
Design Studio I
History and Theory I
Visual Studies I
Design Studio II
History and Theory II
Visual Studies II
Design Studio III
History and Theory III
Environmental Systems I
Visual Studies III
Design Studio IV
Environmental Systems II
Professional Practice I
Design Studio V
Professional Practice II
Advanced Design Studio
echnology Designated Elective