The priority date for filing the application for each term is listed below.
International and Graduate Students:
|Fall (August-December)||June 1|
|Spring (January-May)||Oct. 1|
|Summer A (May-June)||March 1|
|Summer B (June-August)||March 1|
* Applications received after the dates above will be processed on space-available basis
All applicants must complete an online application and submit a $50 non-refundable fee in U.S. funds.
All International undergraduate and graduate applicants who have any educational experience outside the United States are required to provide an official evaluation in English including the cumulative grade-point average. Please choose the WES ICAP evaluation
Educational systems differ country by country. The following foreign credential evaluation (FCE) service is well-versed in providing a comparison of a country’s education system to that of the United States system. This comparison includes education levels, credits, and grades.
The report is considered official only if mailed from the agency directly to the ERAU. Embry-Riddle’s preferred foreign credential service is:
To be admitted into a degree program, international students who will not be graduating from an English educational system within the last two years, or for whom English is not the primary language, must submit official TOEFL, IELTS, or Cambridge scores. The preferred TOEFL score for admissions is 213 (computer based), 550 (paper based), or 79 (IBT-Internet based). The preferred IELTS score for admission is 6.0. The preferred Cambridge score is 170. Students scoring below the preferred score may be deferred for enrollment to our Embry-Riddle Language Institute (ERLI). Admission to ERLI does not guarantee admission to an Embry-Riddle degree program. Admissions also encourages all applicants for whom English is not the primary language spoken at home to consider taking the SAT I to supplement their language proficiency exam scores. This additional information will aid the University in accurately assessing verbal skills. For more information about testing dates and locations contact:
Educational Testing Service
P.O. Box 6151
Princeton, NJ 08541-6151
All students must complete a Medical Report Form and provide documented evidence of required immunizations for compliance with the University. Questions on health requirements, including important immunization information, can be answered by ERAU Health Services.
This information should be provided directly to:
Payment for tuition, fees, housing, and meals are due by the established due dates each semester. Acceptable methods of payment are credit cards and checks issued by a U.S. bank and made payable to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
Other payment options are available through the student accounting department.
International students must pay a deposit of $200. This amount is applied directly to the student’s account and will be credited toward tuition.
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.
All flight students must provide Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Medical Certificate, Class I or II, at least 60 calendar days before the desired enrollment date. Students who do not have access to an FAA-approved physician may take this exam after arriving in the United States.
All students (international and domestic) enrolled in any flight program will be required to complete additional federal screening procedures.
A student whose attendance at Embry-Riddle was 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, have completed more than 18 semester hours at another institution, fail to enroll in at least one Embry-Riddle course in any two calendar years, or have been suspended from the University.
To be re-admitted, you must file a new application for admission with the Office of International & Graduate Admissions.
Applications will remain open for one year from the date received. After one year, all applicants are required to re-apply and re-submit all required documentation and meet the admissions criteria in effect at the time of reapplication.
Please note: All materials submitted become the property of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and cannot be reproduced, returned, or forwarded.