Admission Requirements

To gain admission at BAU International University, applicants are required to submit their application package.

# Admission Materials Graduate Programs
1
Application Form
2
English Proficiency (*)
3
Previous Degree
Bachelors’s
4
Official Transcript
* For non-native English speakers only.

Name of Standardized Test      Minimum Scores Required 
SAT II English 600
IELTS Overall band 6
TOEFL (PBT, CBT, IBT) 520, 190, 68
TOEIC 650

 


Application Form: Applicants must submit a completed application form. Incomplete applications will NOT be considered for admission until all necessary information have been filled and sent to the Admissions Office

  • Application Fee: Each applicant must pay a non-refundable application fee ($200). BAU International University accepts major credit cards (visa, discover, mastercard), check, money order, and cash. If paying by card, students must provide a completed and signed Credit Card Authorization Form by the card owner. Students can also pay in person at the Accounting Office or sending a check/money order made out to BAU International University. All checks or money orders must be in US dollars with an intermediary bank in the United States.
    This fee is for regular paying students. Scholarship students are required to pay $1,500 in full as the application fee. This covers all student services fees for the duration of their study.
  • Previous Degree: Applicants already holding a degree from a foreign or domestic college or university must submit a notarized copy of their college or university diploma, accompanied with a certified translation if it’s not originally in English. For Master’s and Graduate Level Certificate programs, a Bachelor’s degree is required.
  • Official Transcripts: All applicants must submit official transcripts, or notarized (or otherwise certified) copies of transcripts, from all colleges or universities previously attended (whether or not a degree was earned from an institution).
  • Evidence of Sufficient English Language Proficiency: All applicants whose first language is not English, whether enrolling in residential or online courses, must submit proof of language proficiency to BAU International prior to enrollment. There are several ways to meet BAU International’s English language proficiency requirement. BAU International accepts multiple standardized test scores as proof of English proficiency. The table below shows the tests and minimum scores accepted.