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The Minot State University received a total of 1040 applications for the Fall session of 2017-18, out of which only 50% of applications were selected.The detailed requirements are mentioned below.
To apply for undergraduate or graduate programs, the applicants are advised to go through the following points:
|Application Portal||Undergraduate: online portal |
Graduate: Relevant course page
|Application Fee||Undergraduate and graduate: 35 USD|
|Mode of Payment||Credit Card/internet banking|
|Minot State University SAT Requirements||440-530|
|Minot State University ACT Requirements||18-23|
|Intake Seasons||Fall and Summer|
|Interview Requirements||Depends on course requirements|
|Financial Aid||Available for international and domestic students|
|Type of Applicant||Fall||Summer|
|Priority Deadline for International Applicants||June 15||October 15|
|Priority Deadline for Domestic Applicants||July 15||November 15|
|Graduate Program Applicant||The deadlines vary from course to course|
International applicants need to take care of the below-mentioned admission requirements to pursue undergraduate courses at Minot State University.
Application Portal: International applicants may use either the Minot State University Admissions page’ or ‘Common Application’ to submit an online application for undergraduate courses.
Alternatively, applicants may download and submit the completed application form.
Application Fee: 35 USD (online application)
Academic Requirements: International undergraduate applicants are required to submit official academic transcripts translated in English, ACT/SAT scores, and English language test scores.
Supporting Documents: Financial information, Visa copy, and passport copy, Identity certificates
Application Portal: Students interested to apply for graduate programs may submit applications at ‘Minot State University Admissions page’
Application Fee: 35 USD
Admission Requirements: The admission requirements are mainly the same for both international and domestic students. The data below shows the marking schemes.
International applicants not having English as their 1st language are required to fulfill the English language test requirement by taking one of the tests tabulated below:
|English Language Test||Minimum Scores for Undergraduate Applicants||Minimum Scores for Graduate Applicants|
Application Portal: Online application can be submitted either through Minot University admission portal or the Common Application.
Also, students may opt for offline mode of application by submitting a paper application.
Application Fee: 35 USD (online application)
Academic Requirements: Applicants are required to fulfill the criteria by submitting the academic requirements which include the original transcripts and the complete ACT/SAT scores.
Supporting Documents: Mark sheets and degree completion certificate.
Application Portal: Applications for graduate programs can be made by visiting the respective program page as per their choice of the subjects.
Academic Requirements: The major requirement for the registering applicants is to submit the GRE scores, whereas, in some programs, the university demands to submit the GMAT scores.
The table given below mentions about the admission requirements for some of the most sought after courses offered by the university.
|Courses||MS in Management||MS in Information Systems||MS in Sports Management||MS in Communication Disorders||Master of Education|
|Application Fee||35 USD||35 USD||35 USD||35 USD||35 USD|
|Work Experience||Required||Required||Not Required||Not Required||Required|
|Transcripts||Required||required||Not Required||Not required||Not required|
|GPA||2.75-3||Not Required||2.75||Not required||2.75-3|
|Statement of Purpose||Required (1,500 words)||Required (1500 words)||Required (1500 words)||Not Required||Not required|
|Letter of Recommendation||Required||Required||Required||Not Required||Required|
|Resume/CV||Required||Required||Not Required||Not required||Required|
Supporting Documents: Statement of interest, 3 letters of recommendation, and international applicants are required to submit English language proficiency scores.
Looking at a moderate acceptance rate of 60%, applicants need not worry much about getting into the university if they meet the admission requirements successfully. The willing candidates have a second chance to apply by the complete justification of the candidature.
Applicants currently in high school are recommended to take the ACT/SATin the spring of the junior year or early in their senior year to obtain the scores much before the application deadline. The graduate program applicants are advised to take tests like GRE/GMAT at least 6 months prior to the application deadline.
All the applicants must know that they will be notified about the admission decision with the aid of an e-mail sent by the respective Admissions Committee.