Undergraduate (Bachelor’s Degree) International Admissions Requirements
Graduate Students: Learn more about the Graduate School Admissions Process for International
- All students, both freshmen and transfer, must apply online for admission as an undergraduate student.
- Freshman admission is competitive and based upon a comprehensive review of the student’s academic record.
The primary factors include the high school/secondary grade point average and demonstrated
- Transfer admission is competitive and based upon the cumulative grade point average of all previously
attended colleges/universities (international and domestic) and must be at least a
2.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale for consideration. Demonstrated English proficiency is also
required of all international applicants.
- Pay the non-refundable undergraduate application fee of $50.
- Applicants should upload a copy of their official international transcript or marks
sheet (high school/secondary or college/university) to their True Blue Tiger Portal.
- Admission Requirements by Country
- The Office of Undergraduate Admission and Orientation will conduct an initial assessment
of your international transcript/marks sheet for admissions review. Receipt of official
transcript/marks sheet will be required prior to enrollment.
- After the application fee has been paid and all high school or college transcripts
have been uploaded, review of the undergraduate application will begin. While the
review period may vary, on average, applicants will be notified by email of a decision
within 5-7 business days.
- After admission to the UofM, all transfer students with international college/university
course work must have their official international college transcripts/marks sheet
evaluated by a NACES approved credentialing agency in order to receive course transfer
credit. No unofficial college transcripts will be evaluated for course credit.
- All international transfer applicants must have their international documents evaluated
by a US credentialing agency that holds membership with the National Association of
Credential Evaluation Services (NACES).
- Please access the website at www.naces.org. Once there click on How to Find a Member. Any of the agencies found on this website
can be used to do the evaluation, however the University of Memphis partners with
SpanTran for an expedited evaluation process. Transfer applicants should request the agency
to do a Course-by Course evaluation
- Demonstrated English language proficiency is required of all international students.