As a student considering enrolling in an American college or university, you have a wide range of options from which to choose. However, studying in New York City is an experience like no other and LIU Brooklyn truly epitomizes all that New York has to offer.
The campus is known for the breadth of its programs; its distinguished faculty; and its vibrant urban setting, but most of all, it is known for its student population, drawn from every state in the nation and from countries around the globe. International applicants (either freshmen or transfer) must fulfill standard admissions criteria and also meet the following additional requirements:
- Students must submit official transcripts in original language with English translation/evaluation (if applicable) from an approved evaluator. Transfer students are required to submit a course-by-course evaluation of courses taken at the postsecondary level outside the United States.
- Official copy of TOEFL, IELTs or iBT if English is not the student's native language; students may also provide evidence of English proficiency with a minimum of 420 or higher on the SAT Critical Reading section.
- All applicants seeking an F-1 student visa are required to submit an affadavit of financial support equaling one year of tuition, room and board. Visit the Student Financial Services section of the Website to determine the amount required for financial support.
- Pharmacy (professional phase) applicants: Students must apply through the pharmcas.org website AND submit a supplemental application directly to the Office of Admission by the listed deadline date. Candidacy for the program may be affected by missing deadline dates and/or failing to comply with the application procedures.
- Occupational Therapy (professional phase) applicants: Students must apply through the otcas.org website AND submit a supplemental application directly to the Office of Admissions by the listed deadline date. Candidacy for the program may be affected by missing deadline dates and/or failing to comply with the application procedures.