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Application & Application Fee א Applications
must be completed entirely, printed in ink or typed, and signed by the applicant
to begin the admissions process. For undergraduate, a non-refundable $30
(U.S.) application fee is required and must be submitted at the time of application.
For graduate, a nonrefundable $40 (US) application fee is required and must
be submitted at the time of application.
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Request official transcripts from the registrar of each high school and college/university
you have attended and have them sent directly to the Admissions Office at
Kendall University. Transcript request forms are provided for your convenience.
International transcripts will be evaluated in conjunction with published
guidelines for each country. Official or certified copies of examination
reports and all secondary certificates (e.g. "O" and "A" levels) are required
of non-U.S. educated applicants. A final decision on your application cannot
be made until the transcripts are received. Transcripts become the property
of the university and may be released intra-campus for purposes of academic
evaluation and administration as deemed necessary. Transcripts, applications,
and other credentials submitted for admission will be destroyed after three
years if the applicant does not enroll.
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English Language Requirement א If
English is not your native language, you will need to demonstrate ability
to pursue studies in the English language by passing either the TOEFL (Test
of English as a Foreign Language) or MELAB (Michigan English Language Assessment
Battery) both of which are given in most countries. All undergraduate programs
require a 550 on the TOEFL or an 80 on the MELAB in order to fulfill the
English language requirement. The test must be taken within one year prior
If English is NOT your native language AND if you have NOT been in school since the seventh (7th) grade in a country where the medium of instruction is English such as Australia,
Bahamas, Canada, Great Britain, Jamaica, South Africa, or the United States,
you must take an English proficiency test in your country and have your scores
sent to the university BEFORE YOU WILL BE ACCEPTED INTO THE UNIVERSITY.
THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT!
You must present a TOEFEL or MELAB test results prior to acceptance. If you
do not meet this requirement, a 'language hold' will be put on your name
in the computer. This means that you cannot complete registration until we
have a copy of your proficiency scores. (If you were educated in a country
such as one of those listed above since the seventh grade, please send us
a copy of the names and addresses of the schools you attended, what years
you attended, and what the language of instruction was.