- Admissions & Aid
- Student Life
First-year International students are required to submit the following:
- Moravian College online application or the Common Application (you may submit an online application free of charge)
- Official secondary school academic records (original and certified translation)
- Official Test Scores (SAT or ACT). The TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS is required of all applicants if English is not their native language. TOEFL applicants must score at least 550 on the paper based test or 80 on the internet based test in order to be considered for admission. IELTS applicants must score at least a 6.5 in order to be considered for admission. Moravian College does not offer an ELS program.
- Certification of Finances Form
- Certified letters and bank statements or letter guaranteeing the funds indicated on the Certification of Finances
- The International Student Financial Aid Application
- Letter of recommendation from guidance counselor
- Personal statement or essay
The College offers financial aid to a limited number of qualified international students who have demonstrated need. All candidates whose applications and supporting documentation are received by March 1st will be notified from the Assistant Director of Admissions and International Student Admissions, Angela Colon by March 15th. Spring applicants must complete the application process by December 1.
Academic Records for International Undergraduate Students
All documents submitted must be official and in the original language. An official copy is one that bears the original signature of the Registrar or other designated school official, an original impression of the institution’s seal, and/or the signature or seal of the examining board.
Documents not in English must be accompanied by an official translation in order to be reviewed.