International Admissions Requirements
International students who are interested in applying for admission to Daemen College must show satisfactory grades and coursework in their home country and all other schools attended. Students must also display adequate English Language skills and verification of sufficient financial support.
How to apply and what is required
Submit a Daemen College international application for admission online.
Undergraduate freshmen: Submit all official secondary (high school) transcripts or mark sheets. Official transcripts must be sent directly from the student's school.
Undergraduate transfers and Graduate students: Submit all official secondary (high school) transcripts and post-secondary (college/university) transcripts. All international transcripts must be sent through a credit evaluation service that will evaluate transcripts to the American grading system and course equivalencies. We recommend using World Education Services, Josef Silny Associates, or Educational Credential Evaluators.
TOEFL exam scores must be submitted for students whose native language is not English; this requirement may be waived for students who have lived in an English-speaking country for two or more years. Daemen College Institutional code for the TOEFL exam: 2762.
Proof of Financial Support must be submitted. All students must show the financial ability to fund the entire cost of the academic program and living expenses in order to be eligible for the form I-20 necessary for a student Visa (F-1) application. Financial support documentation will also be necessary when applying for your student Visa at a United States Consular Office. Please see the application for examples of financial documents.
The Student Health Form must be completed and submitted with all necessary immunization information. You will receive the form once you have been accepted. Students who don't submit the health form will not be eligible to register for classes.