Application for Admission
Applicants are evaluated on an individual basis, with consideration given to the academic record of each student in relation to the educational system of his or her native country. Students applying must show evidence of exceptional academic achievement and probability of success at UMD.
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is required if English is not your native language.
Minimum scores required are:
Applicants who are otherwise admissible but not yet fully proficient may be admitted with one or more language courses required. Minimum scores:
English language courses in writing, reading, and listening/speaking may be taken by students who meet the language proficiency requirement but would like to build language skills before taking the required college writing course.
High School Records/Transcripts
Official high school transcripts with senior year (or equivalent) courses must be submitted.
The receiving college or university decides what credits transfer and whether those credits meet its degree requirements. International applicants are required to submit all official college and/or university transcripts. In addition, submitting course descriptions at the time of application can assist in the review and awarding of transfer credit. Admission to UMD will not be granted without official transcripts from prior colleges and universities.
Where should I send my application materials?
Send application materials to:
UMD International Admissions Processing
1049 University Drive; 123 DAdB
Duluth, MN 55812
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