UCF is committed to maintaining a diverse student body, and currently enrolls students from more than 140 countries.
For information on how to complete your application, follow the steps below. You may also download a copy of the International Student Information Sheet. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which you can download here.
Step 1: Submit Application Online
Submit the completed UCF online application form and pay the required non-refundable $30.00 application fee in U.S. Dollars.
Step 2: Submit Required Academic Documents
The academic documents required will vary based upon your entry level.
- Freshmen – Submit official transcripts from all U.S. and/or international secondary schools attended.
- Transfer – Submit official transcripts from all U.S. and/or international universities attended. If you are transferring with fewer than 60 credit hours, you must also submit official transcripts from all U.S. and/or international secondary schools attended.
Note: If you are submitting transcripts from an international secondary school or university that uses a grading system different than the U.S. system, transcript evaluations (including translations if needed) will be required. Transcript evaluations must be completed by one of the following companies*.World Education Services – www.wes.org Josef Silny & Associates – www.jsilny.com
*If you are submitting international secondary school (high school) credentials, you must request document-by-document evaluations with a GPA computation of your record. If you are submitting international post-secondary school (university) credentials, order course-by-course evaluations.
Step 3: Submit SAT or ACT Scores (if required)
Step 4: Submit IELTS or TOEFL Scores (if required)
Minimum Scores for English Language Proficiency
IELTS Score: 6.5
Step 5: Submit Required Immigration Documents
International applicants must submit immigration related documents to the International Services Center. For a list of the documents and additional details, please visit the International Services Center website.
NOTE: Your application will not be reviewed until official SAT or ACT score reports (if applicable), all official high school or college transcript evaluations, all official AICE, AP, IB and CLEP score reports (if applicable), and official TOEFL or IELTS score reports have been received.
International students studying in the United States on an F1 or F2 student visa, a J1 or J2 exchange visitor visa, or a G series visa are not eligible for federal student aid. Information on financial assistance available to international students can be obtained by visiting the UCF Office of Student Financial Assistance website.
Summer: January 1
Fall: March 1
Spring: September 1
Supporting documents should be provided as soon as possible. Additional information is available at the International Services Center website.
67 Florida counties
Top 5 Countries
Venezuela, Colombia, Canada, Brazil, China
*Fall 2014 projected