Admission to Indiana University is selective and merit-based with an acceptance rate of 76%. Currently, more than 8500 international students from more than 173 countries are studying at the university. The university offers 200+ undergraduate programs and 300+ graduate programs divided among 12 schools. More than 10% of international students are offered admissions every year for undergraduate programs.
|Test scores||UG: ACT/SAT scores|
PG: GRE/other test associated with the program
|Application portal||UG: University online application/Common application/Coalition application|
PG: Intended program’s website
|Application fee||UG: $65 (non-refundable)|
PG: vary according to program
|Average retention rate||90%|
|Intake sessions||Fall, Spring, Summer|
|Application dates for International students||Deadlines|
|Fall intake for Undergraduate programs|
|Early action deadlines||1 August - 1 November|
|Regular decision||February 1|
|After February||The application will be considered on seat availability|
How to apply -
Application fee: $65
Academics requirements: ACT/SAT scores
|SAT (Math and Evidence-Based Reading and Writing)||1303|
Supporting documents: Transcripts, academic records sent directly from school and translated if they are in a language other than English, external exam results/predicted results, essays.
Additional documents - Counselor or teacher recommendations, community service, work experience, and leadership experience
The applicants can submit either of the test scores mentioned below.
|English language test||Minimum score required|
After applying: You can check your application and submit electronic documents on iStart, an online portal for international students.
Scholarship consideration - For IU Academic Scholarships, you must submit a complete admissions application including official transcript, test scores, and IU-specific essay by November 1.
Qualified international students who submit a complete application for admission by February 1 will be considered for merit-based scholarships specifically for international students
You can apply to a graduate program at Indiana University during your final year of undergraduate study or after completing your graduation.
How to apply - International candidates can apply online.
When to apply - Each graduate program determines its own application deadline and decides when it will accept applications. You need to check the intended program’s website to find out when you need to apply.
Documents required - Transcripts, Test scores, letters of recommendation or essays, Personal statement, English test scores like TOEFL are some basic requirements. You can check other requirements on the website page.
Application portal - Kelley School of Business
Academic requirements - GRE scores or other tests associated with the program, a personal statement, a transcript from all institutions attended and letters of reference.
Language requirements for International Candidates - TOEFL or IELTS. Scores more than two years old are not accepted. However, the requirement for TOEFL or IELTS can be waived if applicants who have earned an undergraduate or postgraduate degree from an institution in which English was the language of instruction.
|Exam||Minimum score requirement|
At Indiana law school you can choose from the wide variety of courses you can select the combination that suited your career goal or interest.
Admission portal - Maurer School of Law
Admission fee - $85.
A fee waiver is available on merit and financial need.
Application requirements - LSAT score, 2 letters of recommendation, Personal statement, Resume.
Language requirements for International Candidates - TOEFL or IELTS
When to apply:
|Fall||February 1 - April 1|
|Spring||September 1 - November 1|
M.S. computer science is one of the widely popular courses at Indiana University. The graduates from the university are high in demand and work for Big giants such as IBM, Amazon, Yahoo! and Expedia.
How to apply - You can apply online from the official website of the course.
Application deadline - January 1
Academic requirements - Four-year Bachelor’s degree (or an equivalent degree) in computer science, GRE general test scores, Statement of purpose (SOP), Transcripts, LORs(3), Resume, WES evaluation (International students),
Language requirements - TOEFL
Internet-based test (iBT) - At Least 96
Paper-based test (PBT) - At least 600
Note - IELTS is not accepted
IU Transfer Admissions
Admissions for transfer applicants is quite selective. You will need a solid academic record and performance to get admission. The university welcomes 1000 transfer students every year.
You should have a minimum college cumulative GPA of 2.5. The factors like recent grade trends, SAT or ACT results, participation in extracurricular activities and community service will be considered.
Language Requirements for International Candidates - TOEFL/IELTS/ Duolingo English Test (DET) can consider but you will still need to demonstrate proficiency through other test scores.
|TOEFL (internet-based test)||79|
|TOEFL (paper-based test)||550|
When to apply -
Academic requirements - SAT/ACT scores, official transcripts(translated in English), Request for review of undistributed credit.