Andrews University wants to bring you into the family: Provisional admission decision with no test scores for Summer and Fall 2020. Learn More
Please note: An admission decision may take three weeks or longer.
The GRE test is designed to measure your collective knowledge in various skill areas such as verbal, quantitative, analytical and writing skills. This test must be taken within five years prior to admission. Visit your specific program page to learn if your program requires this test.
|Degree||Verbal Reasoning||Quantitative Reasoning||Analytical writing|
* All three sections, verbal, quantitative and the analytical writing scores, are required for admissions.
Locate your nearest GRE test site at www.ets.org/gre. Request that your scores be sent to Andrews University using the code 1030.
ENGLISH PROFICIENCY TESTS
English is the language of instruction at Andrews University. International and domestic prospective students whose language of education is not English must submit English proficiency test scores. English Proficiency tests must be taken within two years prior to admission.
|English Proficiency Test||Minimum Scores Required|
|Internet-based TOEFL (iBT)*||80|
|Duolingo English test (Certified)**||110|
* Paper-based TOEFL is only accepted when administered by our Center for Intensive English Programs.
** Duolingo is only valid when certified and received directly from Duolingo. Accepted for students applying for Summer and Fall semesters 2020 in response to COVID-19.
MA Communication, MA English, DPT Physical Therapy and some Seminary programs require higher English proficiency test scores.
Our campus also offers the services of ESL classes. Please note that an academic acceptance for our ESL program does not guarantee future admission into graduate level degrees. To learn more about the Center for Intensive English programs please visit the CIEP webpage.
If your acceptance letter indicates that you have been granted regular acceptance without stipulations, this means you have met all the requirements to become a regular accepted student. Therefore, you do not need to submit any additional documentation for admission purposes.
If your acceptance letter indicates that you have been granted acceptance with stipulations, this means you still have requirements to complete. Under this status, you may be allowed to enroll in classes at the beginning of your program (usually only for one semester), but you may not qualify to continue in your program until all your stipulations are fully satisfied.
An academic program will make an admission decision based on your application and your admission documents. If your application is denied, you may wish to consider applying to another program. Please contact us if you have questions or wish to speak with an enrollment counselor.
All international students who attend Andrews University will need to document that they have adequate financial resources to cover at least one year of overall annual costs at Andrews University.
The following are the I-20 requirements:
When you receive your I-20 document, you will be ready to schedule an appointment at the closest U.S. Embassy or Consulate office. Ideally, you’ll want to plan to have your U.S. Embassy/Consulate interview no later than one to two months before the date classes begin.
When you enter the United States for the first time as a student, by air or by border crossing, you must present your passport with student visa and your I-20.
For more information on how to get to our campus, see here. Don't forget to stop by International Student Services office as soon as you arrive at Andrews University as we will need to sign your I-20 and make a copy of your student visa.
SOME FINAL STEPS TO TAKE TO PREPARE FOR ANDREWS
We want your final steps to be smooth and enjoyable! Each of these eight final steps is important to your final preparation to come and study with us.
Have questions? We have answers. Our staff members are dedicated to helping you find the answers you need.