International Student Information
Application Deadline for Winter 2015 is
28 August 2014
To be eligible for admission to Sherman College, international students must meet the same educational requirements as a student educated in the United States, be proficient in written and spoken English, have a student visa, and funds to live in the US for one year. Contact International Student Advisor Kristy Shepherd, email@example.com, 800-849-8771 x. 221, for more information.
To determine educational equivalency and admission eligibility, international students must present the following:
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- Academic Evaluation: An official evaluation of their academic credentials by World Education Services. Applicants are required to have a course-by-course or subject area distribution analysis made of their university work. The results of the evaluation are to be sent to the Admissions Office at Sherman College. All educational transcripts
- Demonstrate proof of English Proficiency: In addition to satisfying all standard admission requirements, students from non-English speaking countries are required to present evidence of their ability to speak, read and write the English language. TOEFL and IELTS are accepted.
- Financial Resources: All international students must present evidence of having sufficient funds to live and study in the United States for one year. Evidence that funds are available must be submitted from a bank or government official on the financial certificate .
- Visa regulations: All international students entering the United States to study at Sherman College must have an F-1 student visa issued by the American consulate in their home country. Sherman College will issue the appropriate I-20 form once the candidate for admission has been approved by the college’s Admission Committee and financial verification has been received. The I-20 form will enable the student to apply for an F-1 student visa.International students should not attempt to enter the United States without an F-1 student visa. Students may obtain a B-2 prospective student visa to visit Sherman College.
- Helpful Links for international students
Study in the States: http://studyinthestates.dhs.gov/
World Education Services: http://www.wes.org
US Immigrations and Customs Enforcement: http://www.ice.gov/