马同学收到纽约大学（NYU）Interactive Telecommunications 研究生offer
Submission of a creative portfolio is optional due to the diversity of applicant backgrounds. Portfolio materials need not be professional-quality work or even interactive media projects. Applicants are encouraged to submit work that is reflective of their interests and experiences. If you come from a creative background or enjoy making things, we encourage you to submit your work, as this will give us a better overall impression of you and your interests.
If you wish to send a portfolio, please prepare the following: We ask that applicants limit the creative work to just one of the following formats:
MOST PREFERRED METHOD IF POSSIBLE – URL. Provide a list of required plug-ins or technical specifications. Please check very carefully that all links are working properly. If sending a URL, it can simply be emailed to the admissions coordinator –firstname.lastname@example.org No need to send the contents sheet if emailing the URL. Just include the description of the portfolio in the email itself.
CD (please specify Mac, PC, or Mac/PC disk and send only one disk).
Video. Limit: one DVD (NTSC). No more than three segments edited to a combined total of no more than 15 minutes. Any more than this time allotment will not viewed.
Print. Laser copies, photograph prints, portfolio book. Do not exceed 11″ x 14″ dimensions.
Writing Samples. Limit: No more than 20 pages.
Audio CD. No more than 15 minutes.
Description of your portfolio. If you are submitting a hardcopy portfolio, it is important that you include a printed version of instructions for viewing the portfolio (e.g. Which files to select for a CD), a list of contents with a short description of each piece, and your role in the production of the content. Portfolios that do not have a clear set of instructions will not be reviewed. If you submit a URL, you can either include the description/instructions in the email or in the website directly.
A self-addressed, stamped envelope (if you want your creative materials returned).
Do not send an original copy of your creative work. ITP cannot be held responsible for any materials lost or damaged while in our possession or in transit. Physically label the material carrying your work with your name (using the exact same name you have used in the application for admission: e.g., SMITH, John) and date of birth – month/day/year, e.g., 05/31/82). Please email or mail deliver your creative portfolio to: Midori Yasuda ITP Admissions Coordinator, ITP, Tisch School of the Arts New York University 721 Broadway, 4th Floor New York, NY 10003-6807.