USF Admissions - On the Road in 2018
Find out where to connect with USF School of Management Graduate Admissions across the U.S.A. and beyond this winter 2018.
The USF Masagung Graduate School at the School of Management welcomes students from around the world to our full-time programs.
International students admitted to the Full-Time MS Financial Analysis are required to attend an exclusive orientation program entitled: U.S. Business Communication and Culture Program (USBCC). Exceptions are granted to students that have completed two or more years of study in a degree granting program in the United States or Canada.
We are unable to admit F-1 seeking international applicants to our part-time programs.
Prior to submitting your application, please contact us to set up an appointment with an Admissions Counselor to discuss application timelines and visa processing.
In addition to the application requirements, international applicants must submit Proof of English Proficiency, described below.
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.
Applicants from countries where the government requires 11 years of mandatory English instruction may be exempt from providing an English language test score according to the discretion of an individual graduate program.
Requests for an English proficiency waiver must be indicated in the online application. Applicants who meet the standards indicated above, please indicate your request in the International Applicant Requirements section of the online application and upload appropriate documents to support the request. The Admissions Committee will review and determine eligibility for waivers upon review of the application in its entirety.
Please note: The University reserves the right to request additional English proficiency exams from any applicant based on the entirety of the application review; or, if the applicant’s proficiency in English should prove inadequate after admission to a program.
|MINIMUM ENGLISH PROFICIENCY EXAM SCORES*|
|Pearson Test of English Academic:||62|
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Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands
Federated States of Micronesia
Republic of the Marshall Islands
Republic of Palau
Turks and Caicos Islands
United States of America
*Global Entrepreneurial Management (MGEM) applicant scores are: TOEFL (internet-based) 79 - TOEFL (paper-based) 550 - IELTS 6.0 - Pearson Test of English Academic 53
Applicants who obtained their undergraduate or graduate degree(s) from an international (non-U.S.) institution must submit the following:
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 to have official copies of transcript(s) and degree conferral certificate(s) available for submission.
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.
If you are not a U.S. Citizen or U.S. Permanent Resident, please review the Financial Requirements for estimated financial requirements for graduate admission.
Applicants who require an F-1 student visa must submit a copy of their valid passport with their application.
The University of San Francisco considers applications for graduate programs, regardless of citizenship status, based upon academic merit and achievement. Please visit the Undocumented Students page for more resources or contact the Office of Graduate Recruiting and Admissions for questions about the School of Management programs or application.
Phone: (415) 422-2221
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