International Admissions

Exceptional student service is a cornerstone of University of Phoenix. We provide you with personalized support during the admissions process. This includes evaluating international transcripts, offering English language proficiency exams and reviewing coursework earned outside the United States. Throughout your program you will also receive this level of personal guidance from international admissions, academic and finance representatives who collectively speak close to 30 languages and are versed in your local and regional educational systems.

We’re here to help you get a global education

When you talk to an international admissions representative at University of Phoenix, you’re working with someone who understands your country’s educational system, speaks your language and works in your time zone. Our international admissions representatives are trained to meet your needs, no matter where you live, or where you earned your high school diploma or undergraduate degree. They know the obstacles you face and can help you overcome them as you start your education.

Our student services personnel specialize in offering support on the phone and over the Internet. So, no matter where you are, they will guide you through the evaluation process to ensure that we consider and apply all of your past university-level course work that we can to the degree you want to pursue.

We take the admissions process very seriously, whether we’re evaluating previous coursework earned—both inside and outside of the United States—or validating your English proficiency.

But we’re also here to help you. Think of your admissions representative as your go-to person, whether you have questions about evaluating transcripts, meeting the English proficiency requirement or returning to school.

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