What we need from you:
- A completed online application and personal statement →
- After completing the online portion of your application, please send the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Official transcripts (mark sheets) of all secondary and post secondary academic work along with an explanation of the grading system (in English)
- Tests of English language proficiency, if English is not your first language. Utica College requires one of the following:
- Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of 550 written, 213 computer-based, 79-80 internet-based;
- International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of 6.0; or
- Duolingo English Test (DET) score of 60
- One letter of recommendation
- Offical examination results for school finishing or leaving examinations
- Copy of Passport
- Utica College cannot issue you immigration documents necessary to obtain your visa until we receive the following completed documents from you:
We suggest that these documents be submitted with your completed application for admissions for faster processing.
- Limited financial assistance is available for non-U.S. citizens.
- Private loans are available to students with either a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident as a co-signer.
Utica College will not provide evaluation of international transfer credits prior to acceptance of your application.
All new applicants are required to provide a course-by-course evaluation of all foreign credentials from one of the external evaluating agencies listed below. Foreign credentials refer to transcripts from educational institutions outside the United States. When ordering your foreign credential evaluation, please be sure that your grade point average (GPA) is calculated and included in your agency evaluation.
Applicants are required to use the following NACES-approved agency:
When to apply:
Utica College is on a rolling admissions system, meaning that we do not have an applicaton deadline. However, we encourage all students to apply as soon as possible, as space is limited.
Tuition and Costs
For detailed costs of attendance for graduate students at Utica College, see our Tuition and Costs page →
International Students are also billed separately for international health insurance with a wide range of coverage. This is not optional and more information can be found on our International Student Services site
Visa Requirements for Incoming International Students
Students who are non-permanent residents of the U.S. are required by Homeland Security to obtain a visa, a process that involves several steps. If you are offered admission, you must complete each step prior to enrolling in your program of study. Upon admission The Office of International Education will process your Certificate of Eligibility for an F-1 visa, Form I-20, and send it to you by courier along with information about the process of obtaining a visa. Please note: Students should not enter the United States as a “tourist” during the time of their program because B-1/B-2 (WB/WT) tourist status does not authorize study.