Emory welcomes international students to apply to the University, provided you meet basic eligibility requirements.
To apply, submit the following:
Common Application Supplement for Emory
A $75 application fee
Complete secondary school transcripts with certified English translations
College transcripts, if applicable
Official scores from the SAT I (Scholastic Aptitude Test) and/or the ACT (American College Test). If English is your second language, you may also submit results from the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS (International English Language Testing System)in addition to or in lieu of the SAT I or ACT
Secondary school report / counselor's recommendation
Two teacher letters of recommendation
An international student applicant is expected to have above average grades in secondary school and college, if applicable. A score of 600 (paper version) or 100 (Internet version) is recommended on the TOEFL. A score of 7.5 or higher is recommended for IELTS.
If admitted, you will be sent an official letter certifying the fact that you have been approved for admission and informing you about dates for registration and the beginning of the term. You should not make plans to leave your country until you have received a letter of acceptance and visa documents from the University division to which you seek admission. Each foreign student is required by U.S. Immigration Laws to register as a full-time student each semester, except the summer term.
Medical insurance is mandatory for international students at Emory. All international students automatically will be enrolled in the “Accident and Sickness Insurance for Emory University Students” plan unless the student shows that he or she has equal coverage prior to his or her registration. Once accepted to Emory, each student will receive further information about the mandatory insurance regulation from the International Student and Scholar Programs Office.