INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE STUDENTS
International students interested in Graduate school should submit an online application , pay the application fee and send the other required documents as early as possible to allow for timely processing of both the application and immigration documents. If you have questions about Visa procedure or immigration documents please contact the International Student Services (ISS) . Any other questions about the application process or admission to the University should be directed to the Office of Admissions
Complete the application and pay the $30 processing fee. Apply under the TRADITIONAL STUDENT column, click here.
Some graduate programs require official test scores (GRE, GMAT) as part of the admissions process. For detailed program requirements visit Nicholls Graduate Studies. Nicholls School Code for GMAT and GRE: 6221.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY SCORES
|SAT Writing and Language sub-score*||28|
|SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing*||500|
|ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Writing**||250|
|ELS level 112||Completion|
|Graduation from U.S. University||Transcripts|
*Have your SAT or ACT sent to Nicholls directly by the testing center. (Nicholls’ SAT School Code – 6221 or Nicholls’ ACT School Code –1580).
**ACCUPLACER testing must be arranged through Nicholls Admissions.
This requirement is waived if the student is from a country where English is the native language, e.g.: Australia, United Kingdom, etc. Proof of English proficiency is also waived for international students who completed an undergraduate degree at a U.S university.
All international students must submit documentation showing sufficient financial support. An Affidavit of Support Form and a statement from a bank or financial institution is needed to verify financial ability. Scholarship recipients may offset this amount with the value of their approved scholarship award. Download form here.