The MIT program welcomes international students! Please keep in mind the following:
- The MIT program is 100% online, there are no residency requirements.
- If your undergraduate degree is from a university outside the U.S., you must submit a report
from a credential evaluation service that converts grades into a grade point average (GPA) with a
course by course break down of their degree. The university will accept evaluations done by any
credentialing agency listed on the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services
web site. http://www.naces.org/members.html
- TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) scores are required of all international students whose first
language is not English, except those applicants who have graduated from an accredited university where English
is the language of instructionsuch as an American, Canadian, or British university. To have the TOEFL requirement
waived, the degree must be awarded. The TOEFL waiver will be coded into the application by the Graduate School upon
receipt and review of the transcript showing degree conferral and medium of instruction was English. The
university-wide minimum requirement is 80 for Internet and 550 for paper; However, some departments require a
higher score. TOEFL scores are not required of US permanent residents and US naturalized citizens. It is Graduate
School policy to administer an English placement test (EPT) upon enrollment to international graduate students with
TOEFL scores below certain minimums; see the
Graduate Catalog for details.
- For additional information on the TOEFL exam, please visit http://www.ets.org/toefl/.
- IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is accepted. A 6.5 minimum is required to apply.
- Official test scores should be sent to the Virginia Tech Graduate School, institution code 5859.
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