IUP offers numerous master’s and doctoral degree programs, and each one has different application requirements. Students who reside in one of the countries listed in the TOEFL waiver form will not be required to submit TOEFL or IELTS scores.
The School of Graduate Studies and Research oversees the admission process for graduate students, but there are additional requirements for international graduate applicants:
All applications are to be submitted electronically. How to Apply.
Paying the application fee is the final step before submitting your application electronically.
Please make sure that you can meet all of the admission and program requirements before submitting your application. Under no circumstance will the application fee be waived or returned.
International applicants are required to meet the standard admission requirements and application requirements.
IUP considers all students who will enter the U.S. on F or J visas as “International Students” for admission purposes. International graduate applicants are not considered for admission to sites or locations other than the IUP main (Indiana) campus, unless taking courses online outside of the United States.
International students are not admitted for the Summer term unless applying to a “Summers Only program” or are already an IUP student.
Official degree conferred transcripts are required. There are two options available to meet this requirement:
Students from the following countries are REQUIRED to have transcript evaluations done by World Education Services(WES) or Education Credential Evaluators(ECE).
Benin Burkina Faso Cameroon Cape Verde Cote D’ivoire (Ivory Coast)
Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau Haiti
Kenya Liberia Mali Mauritania Niger
Nigeria Senegal Sierra Leone Togo
*There are no exceptions to this requirement.
International applicants must complete the following:
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL): Minimum TOEFL score requirement is 540 (paper-based), 207 (computer-based), and 76 (Internet-based). Some departments require higher scores; see below:
Minimum TOEFL score (paper-based listed below) or computer-based and Internet-based equivalency requirements for admission, listed by program, are as follows:
Applicants will be issued immigration documents by the Office of International Educationwith their formal acceptance to graduate school. The Office of International Education will also send information about arrival dates, housing, etc. Applicants with questions about legal matters, certificates of eligibility (immigration documents), time it takes to receive admission/immigration information, etc., should contact:
Indiana University of Pennsylvania Office of International Education
B25 Delaney Hall 920 Grant Street Indiana, PA 15705 U.S.A. Phone: 724-357-2295 Fax: 724-357-2514 firstname.lastname@example.org
Upon arrival at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, or as soon as the information is known, you must update your local address by following the address change instructions on URSAor by contacting the Office of the Registrar.
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