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Undergraduate Admission

International Undergraduate Admission and Scholarships

Choosing the right university is a big decision—one that will put your entire future in motion. If you’re dreaming of earning your undergraduate degree in the U.S., there’s no better place than Monmouth University!

Year after year, Monmouth University is ranked highly in accredited national university rankings including U.S. News & World Report, MONEY, and The Princeton Review for educational quality, affordability, and alumni success.

As an incoming student, you will automatically be considered for Monmouth’s academic excellence scholarships during the admission process; no additional application is needed. International transfer students may also be eligible for the same scholarships as domestic transfer students. Learn more about your potential scholarship eligibility and receive an award estimate here.

Admission Requirement

Deciding to study in another country can be both exciting and just a little bit scary, and you may be asking yourself: How do I start the process? Rest assured, we are here to help.

What you will need:

    • Completed application
  • $50 application fee
  • Official original academic transcripts, translated in English
  • Recommendation letter (freshmen only)
  • One or more standardized test scores (SAT, ACT, TOEFL, or IELTS)

More Details on Admissions Requirements.
Find out which test you need here.

If you have any questions along the way, please reach out! Our Office of Undergraduate Admission can be reached via phone at 732-571-3456 or by emailing We look forward to working with you throughout the application process!

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Undergraduate Admission

Emma Caban, Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admission

Visa Requirements:

In addition to meeting the standard requirements for admission, international students must also complete the following steps:

  • Complete the Application for Form I-20 and Affidavit of Financial Support,
    which is to be notarized. This document is essential in order to receive a student visa (F-1), which allows the student to study in the U.S. Certified evidence that there are adequate funds to meet all expenses during the first year of study must be present. This is part of the Form I-20.
  • Transfer students with F-1 status who have attended an American college or university and want to transfer to Monmouth University, will need to submit the application for Form I-20, as well as an F-1 Transfer Request form.

Our dedicated Office of Global Education is available to assist you through any challenges you may face during the visa process.

Helpful Information:  

Information from the U.S. Department of State