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International Admission Requirements

Must meet First-Year, Transfer, or other category admission requirements as they pertain to the applicant. (See the Admission Requirements listed under each of the student categories.) Apply now!

Spring 2018 and Summer 2018 Entry Terms

Test Score Requirements (ACT or SAT)

Old SAT Redesigned SAT (March 2016 and beyond) ACT
Critical Reading minimum: 440 Reading Test minimum: 24 English minimum: 18
Math minimum: 410 Math Test minimum: 22 Math minimum: 18
Combined score minimum: 900 Total score minimum: 980 (Evidence-based Reading & Writing + Math) Composite minimum: 19

Test Score Requirements (TOEFL, IELTS):

Fall 2018 and Later Entry Terms

The New Georgia Southern University

Test Score Requirements (ACT or SAT)

Redesigned SAT (March 2016 and beyond) ACT
Reading Test minimum: 24 English minimum: 17
Math Test minimum: 22 Math minimum: 17
Total score minimum: 1030 (Evidence-based Reading & Writing + Math) Composite minimum: 20

 

Test Score Requirements (TOEFL, IELTS):

Admissions Checklist

*Note: Official documents must be in a sealed envelope issued by the institution or they must come in secure electronic format. Student copies will not be accepted. An original document is not the same as an official document.  Applicants who have foreign high school, college, or university coursework, but who do not require an F1 student visa, must submit official transcript evaluations from an approved evaluation agency. Armstrong works primarily with Josef Silny & Associates or WES, but any of the companies listed at the NACES website are accepted. Students with U.S. coursework to transfer can visit our Transfer Articulation Page to find out which classes will transfer.

International Admission Deadlines

Deadlines for Semester Fall   Spring  
Application Deadline May 15 October 15
Document Deadline May 15 October 15

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