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You will be applying as an international student at UW-Green Bay. This means there are certain items you need in your application and items changed if you are inside or outside the United States. It will also change if you are a first-year applicant or a transfer. Take a look below to learn more about your application process, but it you have any questions please contact us!

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Apply to UW-Green Bay

International students must submit the online UW System application, $25 application fee, secondary school transcripts, English proficiency score and financial documents.


Complete the UW System Application.


Send in the $25 application fee.


Send your official high school transcripts.

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. Explor 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 US

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.

Have questions or need help with any of these steps? Just contact us.

International student application guide 

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Required materials

Let’s talk about what materials are needed to complete your application. View the requirements for inside the US or outside the US.

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Test scores

UW-Green Bay requires test scores for English proficiency for international students. Learn more about your options

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Cost and scholarships

Costs and scholarship options vary for every student type. Take a look at the international student estimates.

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

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We Are Here To Help

You are going to have questions along the way. We have your back! Contact your admissions counselor with any of your next steps concerns.

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