English Language Requirement
English as a Second Language:
Students from countries where English is the official language are not required to provide proof of English proficiency. Applicants, whose 1st language is not the English language, must demonstrate proficiency in English by satisfying and providing proof of one of the following requirements
Graduation from an English-speaking high school;
Completion of a baccalaureate program (or higher) in which English is the medium of instruction or for which graduation is granted after successfully demonstrating English proficiency;
Completion of Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or comparable equivalent English language tests (e.g. IELST, ITEP). The exam must be administered within two years of admissions or prior to the receipt of a degree or certificate from the institution, which ever occurs first. Our university reserves the right to require an internal assessment or recognized examination to confirm English proficiency at any time during a student’s attendance at the University. Using TOEFL as the standard, the university requires a minimum score of 500 (paper-based) or 173 (computer based) (or equivalent) for admission to Bachelor degree programs. A minimum score of 525 (paper-based) or 200 (computer-based) (or equivalent) is required for admission to Master and Doctorate degree programs.
Submit documentation that the student has successfully completed courses conducted in the English language with a grade of “B” or better.