Submit your application with $45 fee.
Official test scores must be sent directly to EMU from the following testing agencies: TOEFL (school code: 1201), IELTS, MELAB or PTE. Copies are not acceptable. Some students may be eligible for a ESL testing waiver based on prior academic experience -- contact International Admissions to confirm your waiver eligibility.
If you test below our minimum requirements and require a student visa, you will be enrolled directly in our Intensive English Program (IEP). You will receive an updated I-20 for your degree program after completion of the IEP. Here are the minimum test scores required for full admission:
If you are an F1 or F3 applicants and are required to demonstrate the ability to cover all expenses while attending EMU, you will need to fill out the financial statement of responsibility form [PDF].
Official documentation of available funds demonstrates your ability to pay for one academic year of study in United States Dollars (USD). Approved forms of financial documentation must be liquid in nature such as: savings/checking accounts, certificates of deposits (CDs) and U.S.-based money market accounts with immediate withdraw into U.S. dollars. This documentation must be original and submitted via postal mail or in person.
Once academically admitted, SACM students will be provided with an admission letter to submit to SACM in order to receive an official financial guarantee.
Fl/Jl applicants: Submit copies of ALL passports and United States VISAs to the Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Permanent Resident applicants: Submit copy of green card or Permanent Residence card.
H4 applicants: Submit copy of VISA, primary's VISA and employment verification letter.
Is your visa type not listed? Contact International Admissions for more information.
This form is required for students transferring SEVIS records from another U.S. institution. Download the international student advisor letter [PDF] and submit to the Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS) at email@example.com.
Already admitted to EMU? The final step to confirm your admission is to order the shipment of your I-20 document. Instructions for receiving your I-20:
Note: P.O. Box addresses are generally not preferred by express carriers. If entering a P.O. Box address, be sure to provide the complete physical address where the P.O. Box is located in order to avoid delays or failed shipment. On the confirmation page, check your shipment details.
If you experience any difficulty in registering and processing the shipment, please use the “Help” link on the website for step-by-step instructions. If you have additional questions about how to use this service, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you currently located in the United States? If you would prefer to pick up your I-20 document from the Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS), please contact email@example.com.