Remember, ideas are useless inside your mind – they need to be on paper and explained well so others (particularly your thesis committee) can understand them. Most of this writing will not make it into your final draft, but it will help you to create new ideas.
Please attach all your documents and certificates in a single, compressed archive file (in .ZIP or . or . formats) or a single .pdf document containing the above documents. Individual documents in the archive should be in PDF or PostScript formats. On each page there should be a header or footer indicating your full name, the program you wish to apply for, as well as the time and year you wish to start (. "summer 2014"). In case you would like to include theses or other publications, please only send titles and abstracts in English.
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