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Admissions

International Students

Admission Requirements for International Students

International students are advised to begin the admission process as early as possible prior to the time they wish to enter Westcliff University due to the required testing, delays in international mail, etc. To apply to Westcliff University, international students must submit the following materials:

 

 

 

English Language Proficiency Assessment

  • English Proficiency Qualifications

    Prospective students whose native language is not English must demonstrate college-level proficiency in English through one of the following options:
    Note: All accepted English Proficiency documentation has a 2-year validity period from the date of examination.

    Exams Undergrad Minimum Graduate Minimum
    Westcliff REAL IEP Certificate Program REAL 300 REAL 400
    TOEFL (Paper Delivered Test) R 13 / L 12 / W 21 R 19 / L 20 / W 24
    TOEFL iBT 60 79
    TOEFL iBT Paper Edition 60 79
    TOEFL Essentials 6.5 8
    IELTS 5.5 6.0
    Pearson Test of English Academic Score Report (PTE) 50 58
    Duolingo English Test 95 105
    Cambridge B2 First Exam 160 170
    Eiken English Proficiency Exam 2304 Pre-1 2304 Pre-1
    GTEC/GTEC CBT 1190 1300
    ITEP Academic 3.7 3.9
    TOEIC 240 Speaking & Writing / 550 Listening & Reading 310 Speaking & Writing / 785 Listening & Reading
    Versant English Placement Test 59 67
    LanguageCert IESOL B2 Communicator 33 39
    LanguageCert Academic 60 70
    Skills for English Global Test: B2, C1, and C2 B2 B2 with Merit
    Examination for the Certificate in Competency in English (ECCE) 650 650
    Examination for the Certificate in Competency in English (ECPE) 650 650
    Manchester Exam 360 400

     

  • Transcript Requirement

    Submitted transcripts will be evaluated internally by the Transcript Department of Westcliff University. Transcripts reviewed by an external evaluation agency will only be accepted if they have been evaluated by a member in good-standing of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). GPA conversions must be noted on submitted official evaluations.

  • I-20 Proof of Funds Chart

    Effective Fall Session 1, 2023

           

    Program

    Tuition

    Books

    Housing, Living Expenses, Transportation

    Total

    BBA, BSIT, BSCS, BAEd

    $16,680
    $695 per credit hour

    $660

    $20,616

    $37,956

    MBA, MSIT, MSCS, MSEM, MA TESOL

    $14, 310
    $795 per credit hour

    $495

    $20,616

    $35,421

    Professional MBA, MSIT, MSCS, MSEM

    $15,390
    $855 per credit hour

    $495

    $20,616

    $36,501

    DBA, EdD

    $17,100
    $855 per credit hour

    $495

    $20,616

    $38,211

    Professional DBA

    $18,800
    $940 per credit hour

    $495

    $20,616

    $39,911

    Certificate Program

    Tuition

    Books

    Housing, Living Expenses, Transportation

    Total

    Undergraduate Certificate in Leadership

    $12,510

    $250

    $10,308

    $23,068

    Undergraduate Certificate in Business Administration

    $12,510

    $250

    $10,308

    $23,068

    Undergraduate TESOL Certificate

    $12,510

    $250

    $10,308

    $23,068

    Coding Bootcamp Undergraduate Certificate

    $12,000

    $250

    $10,308

    $22,558

    Graduate Certificate in Executive Management

    $9,540

    $325

    $13,744

    $23,609

    Graduate Certificate in Marketing

    $9,540

    $325

    $13,744

    $23,609

    Graduate Certificate in Organization Leadership

    $9,540

    $325

    $13,744

    $23,609

    Graduate TESOL Certificate

    $14,310

    $250

    $13,744

    $28,304

             

    Dependents

    Additional Cost

         

    Spouse Dependent

    $6,024

         

    Child Dependent

    $3,313

         

Should you have any questions about joining other Westcliff University International Students, please call us at 949-825-5999.