International Student Admissions
Welcome to Brevard College!
Brevard College is currently home to students from Brazil, Algeria, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ethiopia, Bolivia, Uruguay, and Ecuador, to name a few.
Please contact the Casey Whitmire, International Student Admissions Counselor, at Casey.Whitmire@brevard.edu, if you need help with the international student admissions process.
All First-Year International Student Applicants submit:
- A completed application for admission. There’s no application fee.
- Official high school transcript translated into English and evaluated by a transcript evaluation service
- SAT or ACT scores
- TOEFL or IELTS scores
Official High School Transcript:
Your must have your transcripts translated into English and evaluated by a transcript evaluation service. The Admissions Office prefers World Education Services at www.wes.org. This process requires a fee and normally takes 10 business days.
If you are currently in progress with your academic work, please submit an official and sealed copy of your transcript with the transcript evaluation that includes all completed coursework. You must submit these documents prior to your enrollment at Brevard College.
You may submit (or not submit) your SAT or ACT scores. These scores can determine your admission to Brevard College and can also determine your English proficiency.
You may apply for admission to Brevard without submitting SAT or ACT scores, if you apply Test Optional Admission.
If you apply Test Optional admission, you must submit your TOEFL or IELTS score. The minimum TOEFL score is 75 (internet based test). The minimum IELTS is 6.
International Transfer Students:
International Transfer Students follow Transfer admissions policies and procedures.
The International Student Coordinator may also require an interview.
You are also required to follow the Visa process below.
Non-native English speakers will complete an interview with the International Admissions Counselor and an Assistant Director of Admissions. The interview, typically held over Skype, further evaluates English proficiency.
Scholarships and Grants:
The International Student Admissions Counselor will evaluate your academic transcript, test score (or test optional responses), and award you a Merit Scholarship. These awards range from $10,000 to $13,000 per year and are renewable for 4-years. Early applicants may also be eligible for Scholarship Day awards, which requires an interview.
Tuition, room, board, and fees for one academic year is $40,650. This cost does not include books, travel, and other personal expenses.
If you have received an offer of admission and who have paid the enrollment fee submit an original bank statement or letter from the bank issued within the last 6 months.
The bank statement must reflect a balance that is equal to tuition, room, board, and fees less scholarships and grants awarded. For example, if you have received a $10,000 Opportunity Grant and a $1,000 Scholarship Award, your bank statement must reflect a balance of $29,650 ($40,650-$11,000 = $29,650).
You may email this document to Casey.Whitmire@brevard.edu. This document must come from the bank or a bank official.
Brevard College will use this information to process your I-20, which is needed to obtain your F-1 student visa.
For information on international admissions policies, visa process and requirements, contact Casey Whitmire, International Admissions Counselor, at Casey.Whitemire@brevard.edu.
International Student Coordinator:
If you have questions, contact Casey at 1.828.641.0320, email Casey.Whitmire@brevard.edu, or Skype Live ID: Live:.cid.a1e3247ea480a9b
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