Admissions & Financial Aid

2013-2014 Incoming Class Profile

Ed.D. Students: 25
Ed.L.D. Students: 25
Ed.M. Students: 576

Rate of Study:

Full-time: 95%
Part-time: 5%

Gender:

Female: 72%
Male: 28%

Geographical Distribution:

38 states, D.C., and 35 countries

International Students:

16% of student body

Students of Color:

30% of student body

Age:

Ed.D. students
Range: 24 to 48
Average: 29
Ed.L.D. students
Range: 26 to 40
Average: 33
Ed.M. students
Range: 20 to 58
Average: 28

 



Years of Work:

Ed.D. students
Range: 0 to 16
Average: 4.9
Ed.L.D. students
Range: 4 to 20
Average: 10.2
Ed.M. students
Range: 0 to 30
Average: 4.2

 

 


Test Scores for Admitted Students

General Record Test (GRE)

Ed.D. students

Verbal Average: 93 (percentile)
Quantitative Average: 77 (percentile)
Analytical Writing Average: 4.9

Ed.M.  students

Verbal Average: 81 (percentile)
Quantitative Average: 64 (percentile)
Analytical Writing Average: 4.6






Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)

HGSE seeks applicants with scores of 104 or higher on the Internet-based TOEFL, with individual section scores (e.g., reading, writing, listening, and speaking) of at least 26. On the Paper-based TOEFL, HGSE seeks applicants with scores of 613 or higher, with individual section scores of at least 60 in reading, 63 in writing, 60 in listening, and 5.0 on the TWE (Test of Written English).  

Individuals with scores below these levels will likely be required to enroll in an English language course at Harvard (late June – early August) as a condition of their offer of admission.

Internet-based test average score: 112

All class profile numbers are accurate as of September 16, 2013.

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