UWF is home to international students from a wide range of countries and nationalities. Applicants to the University are considered international if they are not U.S. citizens, dual citizens, or permanent residents. Please review the following information as it pertains to all graduate international applicants.
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Departments may establish standards that exceed these university requirements or require additional application materials. Departments may accept an earned graduate degree from a regionally accredited U.S. institution or from an institution accredited by an equivalent accrediting body in lieu of the bachelor's degree and required standardized admission test.
Some graduate departments have additional admission requirements such as auditions, portfolios, goal statements, letters of recommendation, departmental applications, writing samples, personal interviews, and diagnostic testing. Applicants should contact the Graduate Program Director and review the graduate program admission requirements regarding any departmental admission requirements. These items should be sent directly to the department.
Click here to view the departmental admission requirement table. Also make sure to go to graduate programs, select the program of your choice, and print out the detailed admission requirements checklist that includes the departmental admission requirements.