For the Fall intake of 2018-2019, a total of 41,939 students applied for the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill admissions. 23%of the total applicants were offered admission to various courses offered at the university. Out of the total students admitted 17,076 were the male students while the remaining, 24,863 were females. Getting admission to this university is tough as many candidates apply for admission here. Amid COVID-19, a few changes have been made in the admission process for both, national and international students.
The University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill offers many undergraduate and graduate programs respectively which include 74 bachelor’s, 104 master’s, 65 doctorate and seven professional degree programs through the College of Arts & Sciences and its professional schools. Some of the popular streams include Aerospace Studies, Biochemistry, and Biophysics, Mathematics, among others.
|Application Portal||Common Application or Coalition Application|
|Application Fee (non-refundable)||USD 85 (for UG course); USD 95 (for graduate courses)|
|Admission intake||By deadlines|
|Minimum SAT Score (Evidence-Based Reading and Writing)||630|
|Minimum ACT Score (Composite)||29|
|Mode of Payment||Online|
|Work Experience||Required in some courses|
|Financial Aid||Loans, Grants, and Scholarships available|
|Email for international email@example.com|
The students applying at the University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill need to adhere to the deadlines. The university offers Early Decision and regular decisions to the students who have selected the University of North Carolina as their first choice.
|Early Action Decision||Apply by October 15 – decision will be announced by January.|
|Regular Decision||Regular Decision- Apply by January 15 to get your decision by the end of March.|
The university allows both domestic and international students to pursue a course of their choice; the students meeting the eligibility criteria have higher chances of getting admission to the university. There are some additional requirements for the international applicants and they are supposed to meet additional admission requirements so that they can do a course of their choice.
Application fees: USD 85 application fee
Admission requirements: The international students need to satisfy the below-mentioned needs while applying at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill:
All the official transcripts need to be mailed directly to the university. The office at the University of North Carolina is presently closed; the best way to ensure that your documents reach us is to send them electronically at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All the international students with a good score in English language tests like TOEFL or IELTS have higher chances of getting admission to the University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill. The scores of these tests must be sent from the official testing agency to the university.
|TOEFL||strong applicants must have score of 100 or higher|
|IELTS||7.0 or higher|
|PTE||7.0 or higher|
The international applicants planning to study at the university need to apply for a student visa to study in the USA once their application has been accepted by the university. All the information related to the financial documentation required to get a visa to come to UNC as well as the visa process is available to admitted international students. The international applicants are advised to visit the International Student and Scholar Services page to get more details.
To get an F-1 visa, international students need to complete the following steps.
Note- The students are advised NOT to submit the information during the regular application process for admission.
International Student and Scholar Services
Fedex Global Education Center, Rm 2004
UNC-Chapel Hill, CB# 5240
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-5240
The international students can also visit the UNC-Chapel Hill online campus directory and get access to the campus-wide database or can limit their search to faculty, staff or students. Campus directory assistance is also available at 919-962-2211.
There are numerous majors and minor study options for the students planning to study at the University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill. Some of the popular major and minor programs include Applied Mathematics major, Art and Art History major, Biology major, etc. The international aspirants have to submit transcripts directly from the institution to the university within the mentioned deadline only.
Where to Apply: Common Application or online
Application Fee: USD 85
Admission Requirements: The applicants need to submit the below-mentioned documents at the time of admission:
At the University of North Carolina, there are numerous programs accessible for the students. The Graduate School at the university includes more than 80 programs that offer more than 160 different graduate degrees.
Beneath is the specific academic requirement of the graduate programs offered at the University of North Carolina:
|Requirements||MA in Art History||Masters in Biomedical and Health Informatics||Ph. D in Education||MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences|
|Application fees||USD 95||USD 95||USD 95||USD 95|
|GMAT/GRE/TOEFL||GRE (general) score within last 5 years||GRE (general) score within last 5 years (MPS applicants can alternatively submit MCAT or GMAT within last 5 years)||GRE (general) score within last 5 years||Required|
|Recommendations||Three letter of recommendations||Three letter of recommendations||Three letter of recommendations||Three letter of recommendations|
|Admission interview||By invitation only||By invitation only||By invitation only||By invitation only|
All the application materials, including letters of recommendation and matched official test scores, must be received on or before the application deadline. Applications that are incomplete after the deadline will NOT be considered for the admissions.
For any questions about graduate school admissions or admissions applications, the students are suggested to email their queries at email@example.com or call at call (919) 966-2611.
Question – I am a high school junior and was scheduled to take the SAT and ACT in spring 2020, but amid COVID1-9, the testing dates have been postponed. What should I do now?
We at the University of North Carolina understand that standardized testing has resulted in anxiety under the present circumstances. The makers of these tests are trying hard to ensure that students will be able to take them in time for their scores to be considered next year.
Question – I have checked my decision and I have being accepted. What should I do now?
If you are ready to enroll, let us know. You can refer to the enroll section of our website to find out how. Amid Covid-19, if you enrol over the next few weeks, we will help you learn more about Carolina. Presently, we are welcoming the students to campus because of COVID-19, but we are sending the emails in the coming weeks about the existing opportunities to connect virtually with the Carolina community and your future classmates.
Question – I am an international student. Will COVID-19 affect my chances of getting a visa?
If you are an international student, the COVID-19 pandemic will affect your chances to obtain a visa in some countries in the coming months. You are advised to get in touch with the U.S. embassy in your country for information about applying for a student visa once you have been accepted by the university.
Question – Can I get financial aid in case I opted for online courses at Carolina this summer?
In case you have submitted 2019-20 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and list UNC-Chapel Hill by May 15, you will be considered for federal financial aid. For detailed information on summer aid.
Question – How early can I arrive at UNC from outside the U.S. in F-1 or J-1 status?
The international applicants entering the U.S. in F-1 or J-1 status are advised to arrive at least 30 days before classes begin. The international students are highly recommended to reach Chapel Hill early to prepare to begin their programs and attend all appropriate orientations on time.