International students applications for admission to the Graduate School must be filed to Graduate Admissions at least 6 months in advance.
Midyear enrollment is strongly discouraged. All students from non-English-speaking countries must submit proof of adequate training and ability in the use of English as evidenced by a satisfactory score on recognized and acceptable tests administered in the student's home country.
International students from non-English speaking countries must submit satisfactory scores on either the TOEFL, IELTS, PTE Academic, or FLS International Language Center (Level 9) exams.
|All International Students||Score at least|
|TOEFL--Education and Arts & Sciences||525 (71 iBT, 197 computer-based)|
|TOEFL--Engineering, M.B.A. and Nursing||550 (79 iBT, 213 computer-based)|
|FLS International Language Center--Arts & Sciences, MBA, Education (Ph.D. level), Engineering||Level 8|
FLS International Language Center--Education (M.A., Ed.S. level)
|PTE Academic--Education and Arts & Sciences||48|
|PTE Academic--Engineering, MBA, and Nursing||53|
|GRE, GMAT, or MAT||Specific test and score as required by the individual departments/colleges For the specific test scores required, please see the program you are interested in under the section \"Degree Programs\" on our home page|
*Note: If admitted to the Graduate School such students may have as a condition attached to their admission the requirement of an additional examination to test English proficiency. If the examination reveals that the student does not possess an adequate command of English, the student will be required to enroll in noncredit remedial English courses (ESL 1010-20) and will be required to reduce the graduate course load accordingly.
All applicants for admission must meet the following requirements:
Non-immigrant students already in the U.S. must submit the following additional documents:
A lawful permanent resident of the United States (holder of a "green card") may be required to take the English Placement Test or other tests to determine proficiency in English and the necessity for taking courses in English.
All application materials become the property of the University and will not be returned to the applicant regardless of whether admission is approved or denied.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Graduate Admissions Office
Phone: (931) 372-3808
To begin your admission process learn HOW TO APPLY