International Student Admissions
Globe University welcomes international students to our campuses and our online community. Our international admissions team offers dedicated support to applicants from around the world.
An international student must satisfy all requirements for admission to the student's intended program as well as other requirements, summarized below. Please check the Globe University Course Catalog for specific program requirements and other admission requirements that may apply.
Contact Alex Thomas or Meera West, International Admissions, for more information.
All international students must have the following: If requesting an I-20 form in order to obtain a visa to study in the U.S., the student must provide proof of funds. See the catalog for details. Proof of English proficiency as outlined below
If applying to a diploma, certificate, associate degree or bachelor's degree program, with the exception of the nursing program, the student must comply with one of the following:
- Present an official copy of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) report with a minimum score of 500 (paper-based), 173 (computer-based) or 61 (Internet-based).
- Achieve a minimum Accuplacer score for the required program.
If applying to a nursing program, the student must meet international student compliance as follows:
- If the student's native language is not English, the student must:
- Demonstrate English proficiency in reading, writing and oral communication methods.
- Present an official copy of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) report with a minimum score of 500 (paper), 173 (computer) or 61 (Internet).
- Present either a Test of Spoken English (TSE) report with a minumum score of 50 or a Speaking Proficiency English Assessment Kit (SPEAK) report with a minimum score of 50.
If applying to a master's degree program, the student must provide the following:
- Attestation of English proficiency completed as part of the student's undergraduate degree documentation.
- Official transcripts from all appropriate institutions
- Current professional resume
- Graduate Goals and Objectives Questionnaire
- Two professional letters of recommendation
We’ll help you every step of the way
The college application process can be confusing. Your admissions representative will help you throughout the entire process, providing support with:
- Admissions paperwork
- I-20 forms
- Student visa issues and referrals to immigration agencies
- Housing and transportation assistance
- Social opportunities
- Academic support on campus and online
- Employment assistance
Getting your visa
International students must obtain visas in order to study in the United States. Our international admissions department helps facilitate the visa application process by sending an I-20 form shortly after a student has been admitted to the university. Students can apply for the following types of visas:
- F-1, or Student Visa: This visa type is the most common among our international students.
- M-1, or Student Visa: This visa is for students in non-academic learning environments or vocational training.
- H-3, or Training Visa. This visa allows people to enter the US to complete training programs that are unavailable in their home countries.
Call us to learn more
Questions about our school? Call 1-877-455-3697 to learn more. Or, get in touch with an international admissions representative by calling 612-455-3007.