Regis offers a diverse and vibrant community for international graduate students to experience programs that are career-focused and educate the whole person. The university's nursing, health sciences, education, and communication programs provide a skill-based graduate education that your career demands in an ever increasingly global environment. Please follow the checklist below for next steps:

Application Checklist

1. Complete an Application for Graduate Admission

2. Submit undergraduate transcripts

  • Officially evaluated and translated transcripts are required from schools outside of the United States.
  • Preferred providers of transcript evaluations are as follows:

Center for Educational Documentation 
PO Box 170116 
Boston, MA 02117 
Fax: 617.338.7101

Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools 
3600 Market Street, Suite 400 
Philadelphia, PA 19104-2651 
Fax: 215.387.7497

World Education Services

3. Provide recommendation letters

4. Submit official International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), Pearson Test of English (PTE) results or Duolingo.

  • All applicants who attended international schools are required to submit one of the above tests of English. Regis requires the following minimum scores:
    • TOEFL:  90
      • Reading: 20
      • Writing: 24
      • Speaking: 23
      • Listening: 23
    • IELTS: 6.5
      • no band/section less than six
    • PTE: 58
      • no band/section less than 50
    • Duolingo: 120
  • If your bachelor’s degree was earned from a United States college or university where the language of instruction was English for four years, this requirement may be waived.

5. Provide a personal statement

6. Provide documentation of financial support or certification of finances

7. Interview

Eligible Graduate Programs for International Students

On-Campus Programs (Eligible for an F1 Visa)

Online Programs (Not Eligible for an F1 Visa)

For information about the visa process, please contact Regis' SEVIS officer and Director of the university's Center for Global Connections.