All Applicants Must Submit the Following
All applicants must submit the following items to the Graduate Admissions Office prior to the application deadline:
- Completed online application form and the application fee
Apply online. The application fee is $50 for U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and international applicants and is non-refundable.
- 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.
- Foreign Credit Evaluation (for international graduate applicants)
All international graduate applicants who have any educational experience outside the United States are required to provide an official course-by-course evaluation in English, including the cumulative grade-point average. The evaluation must be certified by World Education Service (WES), a Foreign Credential Evaluation Services (FCE) approved by Embry-Riddle. Please choose the WES ICAP evaluation.
- Statement of Objectives
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. Forms are included in the downloadable application form.
A current résumé outlining your past educational and work experiences.
- GMAT/GRE Scores (if applicable)
Remember to request that Educational Testing Service (ETS) send your GMAT or GRE scores, if applicable. (Embry-Riddle's school code is 5190.)
- Official TOEFL/IELTS scores (if applicable)
Embry-Riddle's school code is 5190.
- Copy of Passport
All international students must provide a copy of his or her valid passport for immigration purposes.
- Affidavit of Financial Support
International Students must have sufficient funds for their expenses during the entire period of study, including living costs, travel, and vacation. International Students will have the opportunity to seek part-time jobs on campus to supplement their income.
- An Affidavit of Financial Support is required for all international students who will require an I-20 or DS-2019. In order to be considered a legal document, the Affidavit of Financial Support must be attested, notarized, or certified.
- A bank or scholarship letter — no more than 6 months old and addressed to Embry-Riddle — is required. The letter must guarantee the availability of sufficient funds to cover tuition and fees, living expenses (room and board), books, medical insurance, and personal expenses for two semesters.
- Download the Affidavit of Financial Support and return it with your application.
Your application will remain open for one year from the date it is received. After one year, if your application remains incomplete, you will be required to re-apply and re-submit all required documentation.
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