Co-tutelle Application Checklist
Proposals for the applicant's Co-tutelle arrangement will be considered complete and ready for review by the GSAS Dean only when all required documentation is submitted via th eonline Co-tutelle Proposal Form. Incomplete proposals will not be reviewed. It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to ensure that their proposal is complete.
The applicant's completed proposal form and all required documentation should be uploaded via this proposal form no later than January 17, 2020.
Please note: The plan of study must be uploaded using one of the following formats: PDF or Word document
Please upload one file containing the items below (in the following order) to complete your Co-tutelle Proposal. The file should be named and saved in this format - applicant's last name_first name_Dept_Co-tutelle_Proposal
(e.g., Doe_Jane_HIST_Co-tutelle_Proposal) and should be uploaded as a PDF (preferred) or Word document.
A detailed plan of study and research;
Three signed letters of support from:
Department Chair or Director of Graduate Studies/Associate Chair of Graduate Studies
Fordham University dissertation adviser/mentor
Co-tutelle Partner Institution dissertation adviser/mentor
The curriculum vita of the partner institution dissertation adviser/mentor; and
Detailed information pertaining to how you will fund your Co-tutelle arrangement.
Any additional required coursework specified by the Co-tutelle institution requiring completion when the applicant is in residence must be included in the plan of study and research document, with all tuition and fees being borne by the applicant.
Please consult the Co-tutelle Application Guidelines and Requirements page for additional information.