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Apply: International Students

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Attending UW-Green Bay is an experience above and beyond earning a degree. You'll be part of a community that respects all cultures. Our smaller class sizes and personal attention means you'll never feel like just a number or lost in the crowd.

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Apply to UW-Green Bay

International students must submit the online the Universities of Wisconsin application, secondary school transcripts, English proficiency score and financial documents.


Complete the Universities of Wisconsin Application. Please list all the academic institutions that you have attended including secondary education (high school) and all post-secondary education (college/university), regardless of the program completion, or if in a different academic discipline.


Send your official transcripts. Please submit an official transcript of the academic records for all secondary education (high school) as well as all post-secondary education (college or university), whether or not the program was completed. If the transcript is not in English, a certified English translation is needed.

If you are outside the US

Transcript must be signed or stamped by a school or government official are acceptable.

If you are a transfer student

ECE or WES course-by-course evaluations of transcripts from any institutions outside the US.

English proficiency testing

Sending your scores from one English proficiency test is required. Explore all of your testing options.

Financial support statement

International students much also provide a financial support statement as a part of this application.

Students living outside the U.S.

Just a few extra steps if you're coming from outside the US.

Official Diploma or Examination Results We'll need an original language and an English translation sent by mail to the UW-Green Bay Admissions Office. See the available types.

International student application guide

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High school records

The best way to determine if you are likely to do well at UW-Green Bay is to review your performance in high school. Learn more about how we review your transcripts.

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Test scores

Providing test scores is optional. It is not required for your application. Take a look at how test scores are used in your application.

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Writing your essay

Preparing your application essay can be one of the most challenging parts of applying. Want to know what we are looking for in essays and lists of activities?

Is conditional admission offered?

Yes! Students do have options. It is best to contact our International Office for your questions. You can reach out to Brent at or 920-465-2111

UW-Green Bay international student counselor Brent Blahnik

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Our friendly and knowledgeable admissions counselors, like Brent, are experts at transforming questions into answers.

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