International Requirements for Graduate Students
Requirements for International Graduate Students
New England College is a university-level, regionally accredited, non-profit institution offering bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees. NEC provides a distinctive environment rich with cultural, academic, and student diversity. We have a strong history and appreciation of global cultures and proudly welcome students from all around the world to study with us on campus in Henniker, New Hampshire, USA.
International applicants for graduate admission are required to submit the following:
1. Application for Admission completed and submitted online
2. $50 Application Fee
3. Written resume outlining academic background, work experience, skills, and interests
4. Official Diplomas and Transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate degrees and certificates
a. Transfers from other graduate programs must submit transcripts of coursework. Up to two courses will be considered for transfer to New England College
5. Official bank statements verifying the availability of funds for 12-months of study which, for the 2016-17 academic year is $28,280 for estimated tuition, fees, health insurance, and estimated living expenses, books, supplies, and personal expenses. Included must be a signed affidavit of support if funds are not in the student’s name Included must be a signed affidavit of support if funds are not in the student’s name.
6. Evidence of English proficiency with at least the minimum score as listed below:
|New England College, USA|
|Minimum English Proficiency Scores|
|MBA with Concentration
|MBA and all other Master’s Programs|
Students with scores below the minimum requirement for a degree program will be considered for admission in the Graduate ESL program until at least the minimum level of English proficiency is met.
7. Color copy of current passport biography page
8. Though not required, the Admission Committee will evaluate results of standardized testing such as GRE, GMAT or MAT in selecting applicants for admission.
9. Additional requirements for individual programs as specified on the application for admission.