All applicants must submit the following items to the Graduate Admissions Office prior to the application deadline:
All applicants must complete an online application and submit a $50 non-refundable fee in U.S. funds.
Official transcripts sent directly from all colleges and universities attended (bachelor’s degree is required) Official transcripts of any graduate courses attempted.
Note: For any graduate transfer credit to be considered, the applicant must submit catalogs of institution attended, with course descriptions clearly marked to indicate the courses to be reviewed.
The statement of objectives is an important part of your application. You should give your reasons for wishing to do graduate work in the field you have chosen, incorporating your interests, your background, and your long-term professional goals.
Three Endorser’s Recommendations — two academic and one professional. The letter of recommendation form can be found here. Students are only able to access the recommendation form if they have submitted an application online and created an ERNIE login.
A current résumé outlining your past educational and work experiences.
Official scores are required for consideration into specific programs. Request that Educational Testing Service (ETS) send your GMAT or GRE scores, if applicable. Embry-Riddle's school code is 5190.
Transcripts and test scores must be sent officially to the university from the institution or testing service. Please send to:
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
International and Graduate Admissions
600 S. Clyde Morris Blvd.
Daytona Beach, FL 32114-3900
Please always include your full name and student number on all documents.
All other documents can be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send documents in PDF format.
Students must submit official GRE or GMAT scores to be considered for a scholarship. However, there is no guarantee that a scholarship will be awarded if you meet the criteria. We do not offer full scholarships; they are partial merit awards based on a student's grade point average and GRE scores. We consider applicants for merit scholarships at the time of admission automatically.
A student whose attendance at the University is interrupted is required to apply for re-admission. You are considered a returning student if you have enrolled at another institution without prior written approval, fail to enroll in at least one Embry-Riddle course within a two calendar-year period, or have been suspended from the University.
When applying for readmission, returning students must email email@example.com to determine what documents must be submitted in order to be considered for re-admission to a specific program.