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The acceptance rate for international students that do not apply for financial aid is the same as U.S. students at 33% making University of Richmond admissions moderately competitive. However, the acceptance rate for international students who apply for financial aid is 10%, due to Richmond's need-aware admission policy for non-US citizens. 9% of undergraduates in the university are international students.
|Application Portal||Common Application/ Coalition Application|
|Application Fee||50 USD|
|Incoming Freshman GPA||Above 3.0|
|Average SAT score||1270-1460|
|Average ACT score||29-32|
|Tuition (Annual)||53570 USD|
|Application Portal||Different Portals for Different Courses|
|Application Fee||50 USD|
|Early Action/ Early Decision I||November 1|
|Regular Decision/ Early Decision II||January 1|
|Transfer Application||Fall (Priority): February 15|
Fall (Space Available): April 15
Spring: November 1
|Final credentials deadline||Early Action: December 1|
Early Decision I: November 15; Early Decision II: February 1
Regular Decision: February 15
|Application Deadlines||Varies for Different Courses|
Approximately 10% of the student body at University of Richmond consists of International students. The Office of International Education helps these students to acclimate to both the university and life in the United States. They offer tips on immigration, travel, health insurance, and more.
For admission at University of Richmond, Non-U.S. citizens and non-permanent residents apply under the same application plans as all other students, with a few additional application materials.
International Students and Non-U.S. Citizens admission requirements:
Proficiency in English may be demonstrated by:
|SAT evidence-based reading and writing section.||660 or higher|
|ACT English section.||27 or higher|
|IELTS||7.5 or higher|
|TOEFL pBT||Minimum: 550;|
Competitive score: 600
|TOEFL iBT||Minimum: 80;|
Competitive score: 100
The University of Richmond admission is a holistic, selective process in which there is no typical applicant and no simple formula that will guarantee acceptance. Alongside traditional measures of academic success, like grades, test scores, and recommendations, each applicant is evaluated in a holistic manner, assessing essays, involvement, special talents, creativity, independence, and life experience.
Measures for undergraduate applicants:
The evaluation of transfer students is based on the following factors:
Application Fee: 50 USD
Many graduate programs at University of Richmond review applications on a rolling basis, so it is in the best interest of the applicants to apply early. Also, be mindful of the fact that each field will vary in the specific timeline and process.
Graduate requirements according to the semester being applied to:
|Course||Application Portal||Application Deadline||Academic Requirements||Minimum English Language Proficiency|
|MBA||Online Application||For classes beginning in August 2019: June 15, 2019;|
For classes beginning in January 2020: November 15, 2019
|A baccalaureate degree; GPA: 3.3;|
Average GMAT: 605; Additional Requirements*
|TOEFL pBT: 600; iBT: 100;|
IELTS: 7 or higher
|LLM/MBA Dual Degree Program||LSAC Portal; PDF Application||October||A first degree in law from a non-U.S. law school;|
GRE/GMAT; Additional Requirements**
|LLM||LSAC Portal; PDF Application||September||Median LSAT: 161; Median undergraduate GPA: 3.59; Additional Requirements**||TOEFL iBT: 100; cBT: 250; pBT: 600;|
*2 years of work experience; Official transcripts of all college and university work attempted from each college and university attended; Resume
**Transcripts for all completed undergraduate and graduate work; an official copy of the applicant's LLM Credential Assembly Service (LLM CAS) report, which includes official transcripts from all institutions of higher education attended, transcripts authentication and evaluation of transcripts; Narrative/personal statement; Resume/CV; 2 letters of recommendation
The admissions at University of Richmond are holistic and highly selective.
The approximate notification date of admission decision for the early action plan is January 25; for early decision II, it is December 15; for the early decision, it is February 15; and for regular decision, the same is April 1.