The University of Oregon admissions allowed international applicants to apply for terms beginning in Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer. This includes both freshmen as well as transfer students.
Currently, more than 22,000 students are enrolled at the University of Oregon. Out of these 19,122 are students pursuing various undergraduate programs. About 10% of the total student body are international students. It has various programs ranging across diverse study areas covered by the different colleges.
If you are interested in study at the University of Oregon, you can apply through the Common Application/ Coalition application/ Oregon application.
|Application Portal||Common application/ Coalition application/ Oregon application|
|Application Fee||UG: $75|
|Mode of payment||Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or personal check (e-check)|
|SAT Score||1090- 1290|
|ACT Score||22- 28|
|Average GPA Required||3.31- 3.90|
|International Cost of living||55,656 USD|
|Student to teacher ratio||16: 1|
|Intake||Fall and spring|
|Financial Aid||Need-based, Work Study and endowment scholarships available|
International students must apply at their earliest to make the admission process easier for themselves. Be sure to check the individual program pages and departmental deadlines to avoid last minute rush. University of Oregon application deadlines along with other important deadlines for scholarships are mentioned below:
|Fall (Early Action)||November 1|
|Fall (Regular Decision)||January 15|
|Transfer (Early Action)||March 15|
|Transfer (Regular Decision)||May 15|
|International Scholarship Deadline||January 15|
Departments with different deadlines and requiring extra application to their department include Architecture, Art and Technology, Product Design and programs offered by Robert D. Clark Honors College.
International applicants can apply for different programs via UO Application or the Common Application or download the PDF, all our considered by the University of Oregon. International applicants need the following documents for applying for their course of choice:
Official transcripts (grades 9- 12 of school or college/university) are required for University of Oregon admissions. Bank statement or a certificate of deposit provided by the student must be recent (prepared within six months)
For admission at University of Oregon, Indian applicants must have an average academic performance of minimum 60%. If unable to meet the minimum english language proficiency, they may go for conditional admission at University of Oregon.
|Test||Required score for Full Admission|
|IELTS||6.5 – 9.0|
|TOEFL (IBT)||88 – 120|
University of Oregon also provides the Academic English for International Students who are unable to meet the minimum english language requirement.
SAT/ACT Score for International Students for Clark Honors College
|Section||Average||25th Percentile||75th Percentile|
International students need to submit a completed International Student and Financial Verification form in order to be issued an I20/DS2019 form for an F1 or J1 visa. Student must send all the required documents to the admissions office. Students can then proceed to visiting the nearby US embassy for visa related queries and visa interview.
Students from over 100 countries apply for various undergraduate programs offered by University of Oregon.
Application Portal: University of Oregon Application Portal or Common App
Application Fee: 75 USD
Graduate application for admission at the University of Oregon is a two-part process. In order to get admission in one of the graduate programs, students must apply to both the University and the department.
Application Portal: Graduate admissions at University of Oregon requires a graduate application along with an application at UO Application Portal
Application Fee: 90 USD
These are some of the popular courses at the University of Oregon along with admission requirements and application deadlines:
|Requirements||MBA||Accounting||MA Economics||Computer and Information Science||Master of Architecture|
|Deadline||Round 1: Oct 15|
Round 2: Jan 15
Round 3: March 16
Round 4: May 15
|Round 1: Nov 15|
Round 2: Feb 15
Round 3: April 15
Round 4: June 1
|May 1||February 1||January 4|
|GRE/GMAT||Required||Required||GRE Required||GRE Required||GRE Required|
|LOR||Two Required||One Required||Two Required||Required||Three Required|
|Additional Requirements||SOP, Professional recommendations, work experience||SOP, minimum GMAT more than 550, Minimum iBT and IELTS 96 and 7.5||Official transcripts, SOP and contact information of recommenders||Personal statement, College/university coursework, contact information of recommendors||Essays, Portfolio and official transcripts|
Applications at University of Oregon are evaluated based on following basis:
Admissions committee also considers a candidate's worth and special talents. They take deadlines seriously and also encourage scores even if they are officially optional. Students must also work on their essays and try to submit two of them, out of which one is mandatory while the other one is optional.
International students can avail many types of financial help while studying at University of Oregon. Oregon's International Student and Scholar Services offers various cultural service program, endowment scholarships, awards, work study, fee waiver and a special scholarships for Nepali students. Students are also recommended to avail monetary aid through other scholarships and financial help available in America.