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As an international graduate student, your admission process is unique, and our International Admissions Team is here to assist you through each step of the process. Please check out the important information below to start your graduate education at Liberty University!
Fall Semester: Complete your application and be accepted by March 31 prior to the start of the semester
Spring Semester: Complete your application and be accepted by October 31 prior to the start of the semester
To begin your education as an international graduate student with Liberty University, your first step will be to submit your application. Additionally, you will need to submit all of the required admission documents so our Admission Committee can review your file for a decision. Please review all the requirements below to ensure a smooth admission process.
Students Residing outside the U.S. Requesting a SEVIS I-20
Applicants who completed college-level academic coursework outside of the U.S. must have their transcripts evaluated by a credential evaluation service provider that is a member of the National Association of Credential Services (NACES®)
If a NACES credential evaluation was completed based on a preliminary transcript for the purpose of admission to the University, the student must also submit a NACES evaluation of the final transcript before being permitted to register for their second semester of courses
NOTE: If a student is currently on another visa type (R-1, J-1, etc.) but will be traveling to his home country before attending Liberty, he may want to get an I-20 and enter on an F-1 Student Visa. If this is the case, follow the first requirement list.
Accepted International Law School and Medical School Students
Students Residing outside the U.S. Requesting a SEVIS I-20:
The Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) fee and your student VISA are integral parts of your admission process, as they allow you to legally study in the United States. Be sure to pay the SEVIS fee at least three days prior to crossing the U.S. border.
This final step allows you to prepare to arrive on campus as a new Liberty student. Be sure to attend the Graduate and International Student Orientations to be fully equipped to start your educational journey at Liberty.
Submit your picture for your Flames Pass, which serves as your student ID