Applying to Texas Wesleyan University as an international student is an easy and streamlined process.
We require a cumulative GPA equivalent to at least 2.5 on a 4.0 scale with secondary school completion prior to the start of classes at Texas Wesleyan University.
Transfer students must present a U.S.-equivalent cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 on a 4.0 scale at the time of admission.
Please contact email@example.com for program-specific requirements or visit the graduate catalog at the link below.
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Notice to recruitment partners
In compliance with 34 CFR § 668.14(b)(22), Texas Wesleyan University pays commission, bonuses or other incentive payments only to recruiters of foreign students residing in foreign countries who are not eligible to receive U.S. federal student assistance.
Native English-speakers must show documentation of native English fluency, such as a record of attendance at a 100% English medium secondary and/or post-secondary institution.
If you don't have proof of your English proficiency or are not waived, you're welcome to attend our on-campus intensive English program. Graduation from our intensive English program satisfies English proficiency requirements at both the graduate and undergraduate admission levels.
Graduate programs require different test scores. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Please submit via email as scanned attachments to email@example.com, all examination results, marks, transcripts or grade sheets from your secondary school, as well as those from any post-secondary college or university attended.
While scanned documents are sufficient for admissions purposes, we require your original, official documents in hard copy when you arrive on campus and prior to your first semester at Texas Wesleyan University. Your original international transcripts will be returned to you after certified copying and filing with the International Programs Office.
If your documents are not issued in English, please provide an English translation. You can locate an accredited translator through the American Translators Association.
Note: While we do not require an ACT or SAT score for international admissions purposes, one of these scores is required for top-tier scholarship consideration.