Clinical Embryology & Andrology Program Application Process
- Log into the online VZ application, create a username/password and complete and submit the online form, including your personal essay, job history, and CV/resume, along with the $60 application fee. If you cannot complete the form in one sitting, all of your information will be saved and you may return to finish the process.
- Following the online instructions, applicants must contact every college or university attended and request that transcripts be sent directly to the Director of Enrollment for Health Professions in sealed envelopes (address below).
- Using the form provided within the on-line system, submit two letters of recommendation from two individuals who can realistically evaluate the applicant's abilities and probability of success in the program. Preferably, one of the letters should be from the applicant's current employer.
- List all related work or volunteer experience.
If English is not your native language and you have transcripts from a non-U.S. college or university, please see International Applicants/Additional Procedures below.
International Applicants/Additional Procedures
Translation: If the academic institution that you attended does not issue documents in English, the credentialing agency will require that you submit a word-for-word translation of your transcripts. You can contact University Language Services (ULS) at www.universitylanguage.com to submit your transcript for translation and instruct them to send the translated transcript to the credentialing agency you chose.
Transcript Evaluation: International students whose native language is not English may contact one of the following credentialing agencies to submit transcripts for OFFICIAL evaluation: www.wes.org or www.ece.org. Instruct the credentialing agency to send the OFFICIAL evaluation (and translation) directly to the Director of Admissions & Enrollment (address below).
NOTE: An OFFICIAL transcript must be submitted to the EVMS Office of Admissions & Enrollment as well as the credentialing agency of your choice.
TOEFL: International applicants whose native language is not English must take the TOEFL exam and receive a score as follows: Paper-based test: 550; Computer-based test: 213; iBT exam: 80. Please go to the ETS website http://www.ets.org to take the TOEFL exam, and request your TOEFL scores be sent directly to the Office of Admissions & Enrollment School of Health Professions. ETS reports scores for two years after the test date. If you have previously taken the TOEFL but the two-year period has expired, the program will accept a personal copy if available.