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At Liberty University, we have over 700 international students from more than 70 countries. International admission is a unique process with specific steps to follow. In addition to the information below, our team of professional International Admissions Specialists are here to assist you through each stage of the process to ensure all of your questions are answered.
Our desire is that earning your degree is both academically enriching and affordable. We have made several scholarship options available to you as an international student. Find out more information and take a look at some helpful resources on our International Students homepage.
Your first step in the admission process will be to submit your application to Liberty University! Additionally, there are multiple documents that are required for our Admission Committee to make an admission decision. Please check out the instructions below to start your admission to Liberty.
The time needed for processing a visa application and making travel arrangements varies for each student. This means there is no definite application deadline. However, we recommend that you apply at least three months before the semester in which you plan to attend begins. This will allow enough time for our office to process your application and for you to schedule your F-1 visa interview.
Applicants who have completed secondary education or college-level academic coursework outside of 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 secondary transcript for the purpose of admission to the University, the student must also submit a NACES evaluation of the final secondary credential before being permitted to register for second semester courses
Test of English Proficiency for students whose primary language is not English, submit one of the following tests:
Passport: Send a photocopy of the photo picture page of your passport including your birth date and the expiration date of your passport by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to (434) 522-0430
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.