We welcome students from around the world to the Traditional and Accelerated Master of Science in Financial Analysis program. We are unable to admit any F-1-seeking international students to our Professional Master of Science in Financial Analysis program.
In addition to the application requirements, international applicants must submit the following:
Proof of English Proficiency
Applicants who have completed two or more years of study or earned their undergraduate/graduate degree at an institution located in one of the countries listed in the Exempt Countries Table may be waived of the English proficiency requirement.
Minimum exam score requirements are as follows:
|Pearson Test of English Academic:
International Applicants who receive a TOEFL (internet-based) score of 92-99, a TOEFL (paper-based) score of 573-599, an IELTS score of 6.5 or a Pearson Test of English Academic score of 62-67 may be admitted based on successful completion of the USF School of Management United States Business Communication and Culture Program (USBCC).
United States of America
Turks and Caicos Islands
Republic of the Marshall Islands
Federated States of Micronesia
Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands
Republic of Palau
Applicants who obtained their undergraduate or graduate degree(s) from an international (non-U.S.) institution must submit the following:
- Transcript(s) (academic record) in the original language of your institution.
- Official degree conferral certificate(s) indicating degree completion or expected date of completion.
- English version of transcript(s) and degree conferral certificate(s). A notarized English translation of your transcript/degree conferral certificate or evaluation by a credentials service is required if the university does not issue English language transcripts.
Once admitted to the program, all applicants must submit official, sealed transcripts. Instructions on how to send official, sealed transcripts will be provided at the time of admission. As such, it is important have official copies of transcript(s) and degree conferral certificate(s) available for submission.
Certification of Finances
Applicants who require an F-1 student visa must verify that they (or sponsor(s)) can fund their tuition and living expenses during their studies in the U.S. The Certification of Finances along with any required bank statement(s), bank letter(s) or sponsorship letter(s) should be uploaded to the online application. Funds required for each degree program are indicated on the Certification of Finances form.
Applicants who require an F-1 student visa must submit a copy of their valid passport with their application.
International Skill Verification Services
USF strongly recommends that candidates from China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam, undergo the International Skill Verification Services (ISVS) and the International Study Candidate Assessment Process (ISCAP).
You may participate in the ISCAP from any quiet, private location with a good Internet connection, such as a room in your home or office, using a laptop or desktop computer with a working camera and microphone. The ISCAP is a guided live interview-based process that requires no specific preparation. It is designed give universities a better sense of your spoken English and ad hoc English writing skills, as well as give you the opportunity to powerfully share who you are with us. Please schedule your assessment as soon as possible on the ISVS website and send your ISCAP report to the University of San Francisco School of Management upon completion.
Learn more about the international student experience at the USF School of Management.