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Requirements for International Students in addition to those listed here:

  • Affidavit of financial support.
    • You must provide evidence that you have the financial resources (U.S. currency) for all tuition, fees and living expenses for the total of four years to complete a degree. This requires the completion of the Affidavit of financial support (I-134). If you do not have the financial resources, your sponsor must also complete an affidavit of financial support to show willingness and ability to fund your education.
  • Evaluation of educational credentials. This course-by-course evaluation must be performed by World Educational Services (WES).
  • English Language Proficiency - must meet one of the following criteria:
Required Score
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500 PBT or 61 IBT
AP International English Language
ACT English
SAT Critical Reading


SAT Reading Test


Next Step: Getting Your Visa

Upon receipt of the above items, we will process your application and an admission decision will be made as soon as possible. Once you have accepted our offer of admission, you will be sent an I-20 form. Because this I-20 form is not a visa, it is imperative that you take this form to the nearest American Embassy or Consulate. They will review your case and grant you a student visa. Once you receive your visa, you can enter the USA 30 days before classes start. Upon arrival you will be issued an I-94 card. This document is important for you to keep.

Financial Aid
Undergraduate students who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents are not eligible for U.S. government financial assistance. Ursuline College offers merit based scholarships up to $10,000 for International students.

If you have any questions, please call us at 011-1-440-449-4203 or email us at admission@ursuline.edu