Apply to an Undergraduate Program
November 1 for Spring term (January)
June 1 for Fall term (August)
Apply for Admission
Step 1: Complete and submit ONE of these admission applications:
Common Application OR Saint Peter’s University International Admission Application. All applications may be scanned, emailed, faxed or mailed back to the Office of Admission.
Step 2: Send the following documents to the Office of Admission
- Academic credentials with English translation. Transcripts must be sent directly from your secondary school, university or an EducationUSA advisor. If you are using the Common Application for submission, items should be uploaded to the Common Application but may be scanned, faxed or mailed if they are coming directly from your secondary school, university or an EducationUSA advisor. Students may be required to submit credentials to a NACES approved agency, such as WES, ECE or EP, for evaluation.
- Transfer students must provide official transcripts from all previously attended universities in addition to proof of secondary school completion. Students may be required to submit credentials to a NACES approved agency, such as WES, ECE or EP, for evaluation. Evaluations must be sent directly from the NACES evaluation provider.
- Proof of English proficiency (one of the following scores must be sent directly from testing agency).
- TOEFL 79 IBT or IELTS 6.5 (overall)
- TOEFL may be waived per Dean of International Enrollment. In lieu of a TOEFL or IELTS score, students may use SAT or ACT test scores to satisfy the English Language Requirement (SAT 510 on the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing Section or ACT English & Writing with a minimum score of 19 in each section).
- Completion of ELS Language Center course with a score of 112, Kaplan Advanced Level or FLS Language Center level 15.
- Saint Peter’s University International Statement of Financial Support including proof of funding. This form may be scanned, faxed or mailed back to the Office of Admission with proof of funding.
- Short essay or personal statement (included in the application but may be sent separately).
- One letter of recommendation from a teacher, guidance counselor, school official, coach or community service coordinator. Recommendations should come directly from the recommender and may be scanned, faxed or mailed back to the Office of Admission. A SKYPE or in person interview may be used in lieu of a recommendation letter.
- Copy of valid passport page. Include a copy of your visa if you are currently on a valid visa in the United States of America.
Advance credits may be given to AP, IB and A level results.
Please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions Page we made for you. If you still have questions about admission to Saint Peter’s University, contact Lewis Cardenas, Dean of International Enrollment at firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about costs of attending Saint Peter’s University please see tuition and fees information in the Financial Information section.
In Good Company
We are proud to partner with EducationUSA. Saint Peter’s University is also a member of the Council for International Schools, American International Recruitment Council, Overseas Association for College Admission Counseling, and ELS.
Saint Peter’s University has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas, USA. The business programs in the following degrees are accredited by the IACBE:
- Master of Business Administration with concentrations in Finance, Health Care Administration, Human Resources Management, International Business, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, and Risk Management.
- Master of Science in Accountancy
- Bachelor of Science with majors in Accountancy, Business Management, Marketing Management, and International Business.