MacCormac College welcomes international students. We embrace the unique perspective international students bring to the classroom. We understand that international students face many challenges when studying abroad and we are here to help ensure your success studying abroad.
MacCormac has been the school of choice for students from all over the world including China, Poland, Kyrgyzstan, and Mexico. Many members of our faculty and administration are bilingual. Languages spoken include Polish, Spanish, and English.
We invite you request more information about MacCormac’s special services for international students by contacting the Admissions Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at .
Additional Admission Requirements for International Students
In addition to the traditional application and admissions process, students wishing to study abroad at MacCormac must comply with the following:
- Prospective students from countries in which the U.S. Embassy or Consulate requires a TOEFL score, should complete the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and have their scores reported to MacCormac College. A minimum TOEFL score of 500 on the paper based test or 61 on the internet-based test is required. The MacCormac College institutional code number is 1520. The TOEFL test is given throughout the world and is valid for two years after the test date. The test is given on fixed dates, 30-40 times a year. More information is available at: http://www.ets.org/toefl/.
- Provide a recent photograph (snapshot size).
- Each prospective student must be able to prove that monetary funds are either available in the United States from sponsors or relatives, or that funds can be released from their native country without any difficulty. MacCormac College scholarships and grants to foreign students are available in limited numbers and amounts.
Certificate of attendance at a U.S. high school will be considered for provisional admission. Candidates must present documentation verifying four total years of high school (or foreign equivalent) completion, inclusive of U.S. and foreign attendance. Students admitted provisionally must enroll full-time, and attain a 2.5 GPA during their first MacCormac College semester of study to gain full admission.
Upon application approval
Upon approval of the application, prospective students will receive an offer of admission and an Immigration Form I-20. A non-refundable advance tuition deposit must be paid to the college upon receipt of the student visa, refer to the Tuition and Fee Schedule available at the Admissions Office.