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Thank you for considering the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay for your graduate studies. While all of our programs are available to appropriately qualified individuals, the Environmental Science and Policy program has been of particular interest. Students from China, India, Ireland, Japan, Moldova, and Thailand are studying here or have recently completed degrees.
- International student applicants must hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution and meet requirements of the program to which the application is directed.
- International student applicants must send official undergraduate and graduate transcripts from each previous college or university attended. Please have the institutions send the transcripts directly to UW-Green Bay's Office of Graduate Studies from these institutions.
- Evidence of English proficiency is required. A minimum TOEFL score of 550 (213 computer based) is required. For a complete list of acceptable alternatives to the TOEFL exam, please contact the Graduate Studies Office.
- GRE scores are required for the Environmental Science and Policy program. GRE or GMAT scores are required for the Management program.
- Applicants must provide an Evaluation of Foreign Educational Credentials from Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE) or other similar evaluation service in order for an application to be considered.
- Official evidence of financial resources adequate to provide for educational expenses must be documented.
Completed application (including the application fee) will be evaluated and academically qualified applicants admitted to a graduate program, however, the I-20 Form necessary to obtain a student visa will not be issued until the required financial documentation has been received. For more complete information about the application procedure see the Admission Page for international students.
- Financial Statement For International Students (PDF) (print this form and submit to address indicated)
Interested in conditional admissions? Find more information on the Admissions website.
Questions regarding Immigration and Naturalization procedures or campus life can be addressed to the Office of International Education, Cofrin Library, 207.