Application Requirements

To view the correct application requirements, please select the type of student below.

  1. Copy of the passport (photo page) OR Copies of the I-20 and visa if previously issued a U.S. student/other visa
  2. Official copies of all certificates, diplomas, and transcripts sent from secondary schools
  3. Official Test scores received directly from the reporting agency:
    1. General admission to most majors (Submit one of the following):
      • TOEFL IBT (minimum 61) or IELTS (minimum 5.5)
      • Official SAT (school code: 1208) or ACT (school code: 1188) – Recommended but not required
      • Duolingo (minimum 43)
    2. Admission to College of Engineering and Computer Science majors:
      • SAT Math (minimum 560) or ACT Math (minimum 25)
      • SAT Critical Rdg & Wrtg (minimum 560) or ACT English (minimum 23) or TOEFL IBT (minimum 70) or IELTS (minimum 6.0)
    3. Admission to Mechanical Engineering major:
      • SAT Math (minimum 580) or ACT (minimum 26)
      • SAT Critical Rdg & Wrtg (minimum 560) or ACT English (minimum 23) or TOEFL IBT (minimum 79) or IELTS (minimum 6.5)
    4. Admission to Nursing major:
      • SAT-R cumulative (minimum 1100) or TOEFL IBT (minimum 79) or IELTS (minimum 6.5)

Students seeking to start full-time in our Intensive English Program may apply for conditional admission. Learn more online about the Intensive English program.

Once accepted, an I-20 will be issued after you have provided the following:

  • Include financial documentation of your family's ability to pay costs incurred at the University. A current bank statement showing a balance that will cover school expenses for a minimum of one academic year as well as financial statements for the prior two months indicating deposits are being made regularly into the sponsor's account.

Once an I-20 has been issued and you have secured your F-1 visa, please pay your $300 enrollment deposit.

  1. Copy of the passport (photo page) OR Copies of the I-20 and visa if previously issued a U.S. visa

  2. Official copies of all certificates, diplomas, and transcripts from secondary schools, college, or university (Failure to provide all post-secondary transcripts may result in revocation of admission)

  3. Official Test scores received directly from the reporting agency: (higher scores required for engineering, physical therapy, and nursing majors)

    • TOEFL (minimum 61 IBT) or IELTS (minimum 5.5) or Duolingo (minimum 43)
    • SAT (school code: 1208) or ACT (school code: 1188) – Required only for engineering, nursing, and physical therapy majors
  4. If you have attended an undergraduate program outside the U.S., in order to conduct a transfer credit evaluation, the University must receive the following:

    • Official university transcript
    • Course descriptions available from university website or translated and certified
    • A professional credential evaluation of university course work. The University accepts evaluations by WES (World Education Services) or ECE (Educational Credential Evaluators).

    Once the credential evaluation and course descriptions are received, the Office of the Registrar will be able to determine transfer credit.

    Students seeking to start full-time in our Intensive English Program may apply for conditional admission. Learn more about the Intensive English program.

Once accepted, an I-20 will be issued after you have provided the following:

  • Include financial documentation of your family's ability to pay costs incurred at the University. A current bank statement showing a balance that will cover school expenses for a minimum of one academic year as well as financial statements for the prior two months indicating deposits are being made regularly into the sponsor's account.

Once an I-20 has been issued and you have secured your F-1 visa, please pay your $300 enrollment deposit.

Please note that currently, the only Master’s program available to International students is the Master of Science in Health Services Administration.

  1. Official copies of all certificates, diplomas, and transcripts sent from your undergraduate university
    1. If your undergraduate university was outside the U.S., you may be required to send a professional academic evaluation of university coursework. The university accepts evaluations by the WES organization (www.wes.org).
  2. Proof of English proficiency
    1. Official TOEFL Score report (minimum score of 79IBT); must be received directly from ETS
    2. Official IELTS Score report (minimum score of 6.5); must be received directly from IELTS
  3. GRE/GMAT Results (At the discretion of the department chair)
  4. 2 Letters of reference from professors and goals
  5. A resume that reflects work history and goals
  6. SEVIS Transfer Form, Copies of I-20/DS-2019, and I-94 card (if transferring from another U.S. School)

*Conditional Admission is not offered at the graduate level.

Once accepted, an I-20 will be issued after you have provided the following:

  • Include financial documentation of your family's ability to pay costs incurred at the University. A current bank statement showing a balance that will cover school expenses for a minimum of one academic year as well as financial statements for the prior two months indicating deposits are being made regularly into the sponsor's account.

Once an I-20 has been issued and you have secured your F-1 visa, please pay your $300 enrollment deposit.

For more information on requirements, including how to qualify for an I-20 student visa application form, please see “How do I apply for admission to UE?" in our Frequently Asked Questions.

Office Phone:
812-488-1392, 812-488-2146, 812-488-2434

Office Email:
international@evansville.edu

Office Location:
Rooms 21 and 23, Schroeder School of Business Building