International students are welcome to apply for admission to Victory University. International students are individuals who maintain citizenship outside of the United States Students who have obtained their permanent residency card must submit a copy of their permanent residency card along with all of the requirements for regular admission as a freshman or transfer student. Prospective International students must submit to the following criteria in order to be reviewed for acceptance to Victory University:
1. Undergraduate Application: Complete, accurate and signed application for admission on file with the Admission Office.
2. Final Official Transcripts: Official copies received from institutions outside of the United States must be in English and approved by Admissions to be evaluated by Victory University. Students with international transcripts written in English may experience a delay in transfer credit evaluations should course descriptions be requested by the Registrar’s office.
Transcripts NOT written in English must be accompanied by an evaluation from an approved international transcript evaluation service. Official copies of all transcripts must be mailed to Victory University, Attn: Admissions Office
3. Proof of English Proficiency: All international applicants whose native language is not English are required to take one of the following assessments: TOEFL, ITELTS or TOEIC. Please consult the current Academic Catalog for required scores.
An official score report must be mailed directly from the testing agent (I.e. TOEFL, IELTS, or TOEIC) to Victory University. Copies of score reports submitted by the applicant are not acceptance for admissions and are not considered official documents. Additionally, an applicant cannot be reviewed for regular admission to Victory University until all official score reports (along with other items listed within the International Admissions section) is received.
4. Proof of financial responsibility: Prospective international students must submit financial proof for one academic year’s expenses (10 months). This amount will be determined during the admissions process for each individual student and includes but is not limited to tuition, housing, meal plan, books, insurance and miscellaneous expenses. This requirement is to prove that international applicants intend to be enrolled full time and that employment is not needed to cover expenses.
For International Undergraduate Campus Students during 2012-2013: $23,500.00 (Living in Dorms)
$37,600.00 (Living Off-Campus)
For International GRADUATE Campus Students during 2012-2013: $16,400.00 (Living in Dorms)
$46,040.00 (Living Off-Campus)
5. Health Insurance: International students taking classes at the main campus in Memphis, TN. are required to submit proof of health insurance that will cover them for a minimum of ten months while studying in the United States.
6. Any additional items and information requested of the applicant by Admissions.
An applicant cannot be reviewed for acceptance and will not be issued an I-20 until ALL of the application requirements are completed.