Admissions Requirements for International Students
Applying for admission as an international student
Franklin University accepts applications for admission to programs in the U.S. on a rolling basis throughout the calendar year. International applicants who wish to apply to Franklin University for admission as non-immigrants should apply early as there are several steps to complete for a successful start at Franklin.
Applicants who are currently in the United States should complete the application process at least 6 weeks in advance of your intended program start date. Applicants who are currently in another country and will be applying for a visa to enter the United States should be mindful of additional time necessary to allow for international shipping of documents and embassy wait times.
Applicants seeking admission to programs at one of our Global Partner Schools should consult the appropriate contact at that school or the Office of International Students and Programs for the admissions deadline and application process.
Completing the application process
|Office of International Students and Programs
201 S. Grant Ave.
Columbus, OH 43215
Transcripts from institutions outside the US must be submitted to an approved third-party transcript evaluation agency. Please request a course-by-course evaluation and request that the evaluation be submitted directly to Franklin University. (F-1 students only)
Additional materials may be required by the Office of International Students and Programs prior to registration, including:
- local and foreign address
- copy of visa
- copy of I-94 or I-797 (F-1 students only)
- copy of I-20 (F-1 students only)
- SEVIS Information Release Form (F-1 transfer students only)
- Transient Student Form (F-1 transient students only)
Meeting the English proficiency requirement
The minimum English proficiency scores required by Franklin University for admission are:
On-campus undergraduate programs
|Online undergraduate programs from outside the United States and all graduate programs||
Applicants admitted to undergraduate programs will be required to complete English as a Secondary Language placement testing prior to course registration. Learn how Franklin University supports you while you are learning English as a Second Language (ESL).
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