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International Students

At present, Wright Graduate University cannot accept nonimmigrant international students. Please visit this page periodically to learn about any changes to this status. 
 
This page contains information for U.S. resident applicants whose previous degrees were received outside the U.S. In addition to the general admissions requirements, applicants whose previous degrees were received outside the U.S.  must demonstrate verbal and written competency in English and provide documentation of their degrees’ equivalency to U.S. degrees.
 
 
Degree Equivalency Evaluation

Students should submit a degree transcript the International Education Research Foundation (IERF) in order to establish the degree’s equivalency to a U.S. bachelor’s degree.

  • Go to the IERF’s website
  • Start a standard application for a Detail Report*
  • Send to Wright Graduate University for the Realization of Human Potential
*General Reports do not provide sufficient evaluation and are not accepted by Wright Graduate University

English Language Competency

Applicants whose native language is not English must demonstrate competency in written and spoken English, as evidenced by a score of at least 550 on the paper-based TOEFL exam, 80 on the internet-based TOEFL exam, or a passing score on a recognized international equivalent exam. If the applicant has earned a degree from an appropriately accredited institution where English is the principal language of instruction, he or she is exempt from the testing.

TOEFL test takers should use DI code 3532 to have their scores submitted to our university.





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