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Program Eligibility and Admission Procedure

Program Eligibility

Students seeking admission to the Clinical Neuroengineering Training Program (CNTP) must first satisfy the following qualifications:

  • US Citizenship or be a non-citizen national, or have been lawfully admitted for permanent residence
  • Possess a baccalaureate degree as of beginning date of their appointment, and be training in a participating Ph.D. degree program at UW-Madison.

Admission Procedure

Students are admitted to the Clinical Neuroengineering Training Program through the following procedure:

  • Gain admission to a participating department's doctoral program.
  • You must be nominated to the CNTP by a major professor or major department. Prospective graduate students request consideration for the CNTP as part of their departmental application. Departments initiate nominations to the CNTP.
  • Continuing UW graduate students must be nominated by their major professor/CNTP trainer.
  • Major professors must be a trainer, or request trainer status.
  • Nominations are solicited, reviewed, and awarded typically on an annual basis. Contact the Program Coordinator for further details.

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Date last modified: Wednesday, 13-Sep-2006 10:40:36 CDT
Date created: 15-Dec-2004
Content By: yin@neurophys.wisc.edu