Educational Innovation, Technology & Entrepreneurship
|Master’s||MA||EITE||Spring||October 10, 2023|
|Master’s||MA||EITE||Fall||April 9, 2024|
|Fall Graduate School Fellowships||December 12, 2023
|Program Coordinator||Todd Cherner, tcherner@ unc.edu|
|Address||School of Education
CB# 3500, Peabody Hall
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
GRE not required
|Letters of Recommendation||3|
|International Applicants Only||TOEFL or IELTS score (no more than two years old)**|
In addition to the University’s required application materials, applicants should review the information below for additional expectations or application requirements.
Statement of Purpose
Statement of purpose (approximately 500 words). In your statement, explain your interest in the MEITE program and how it aligns with your personal and professional goals.
Letters of Recommendation
Admitted applicants will be required to submit official transcripts from all institutions to The Graduate School.
Applicants must also submit a resume which must include a list of experiences working with children and/or adolescents, such as jobs and volunteer efforts, along with the duration of each experience. Additional consideration will be given to applicants with counseling-related experience and/or experience working with diverse children and adolescents, and to applicants who have experience working in or with schools. Your experience working with children and/or adolescents MUST be obvious in either your resume or statement of purpose.
All application materials, including letters of recommendation and matched official test scores (if applicable), must be received by the application deadline. Score matching does not begin until applications are submitted and can take up to a week to match, so please plan accordingly. Applications that are incomplete after the deadline will NOT be reviewed for admission.
All application materials are submitted electronically. Applicants are responsible for monitoring their application status and ensuring that their application, including letters of recommendation and official test scores, is complete by the application deadline. Failure to do so will result in your application not being reviewed for admission.