Admission Requirements for International Students
International applicants for graduate programs at Spring Hill College are required to provide the documentation listed below in addition to any other requirements as specified by each program.
- An official copy of a course by course evaluation of credentials earned outside the U.S. by an approved evaluation service like World Education Service. Official copies of transcripts from all colleges and universities previously attended are also required. These records must be official school records—sent directly to Spring Hill College by the school—and must bear the official stamp or seal of the school. Certified copies, if sent by the school and bearing the stamp or seal of the school, are acceptable.
- An official copy of an English proficiency test score report indicating an acceptable score (TOEFL: Internet Based Test – 80, Computer Based Test – 213; IELTS – 6.5; Cambridge Examinations (CPE or CAE) – C; or the Michigan Test (MELAB) 90.
- Proof of financial resources showing the student’s ability to cover expenses for the first academic year — an affidavit of support and a confidential bank statement from student’s parents, a relative or personal sponsor showing that sufficient funds are available or a sponsorship letter from a government agency, organization, institution or school.
- Proof of health insurance.
The Master of Science in Nursing program is unable to accept international students due to clinical requirements.