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    Transfer Student
    Application Process

    An international transfer is a student who has fully enrolled in a 2 or 4 year higher education institution and would like to continue their academic career at FIU.

    U.S Passport holders and permanent residents studying abroad are not considered international transfers.

    All it takes is about 30 minutes to apply to FIU as an international transfer student. Ready? Scroll down to begin!

    Transfer Student Application Process

    Requirements for
    the Application

    Online Application

    Online application with
    $30 Fee

    online application

    Official College/University
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    Transfer Application Process

    FIU welcomes Transfer Students all year long. Please review the following information to prepare for your International Transfer Student admissions process.

    Method of Delivery and Translation Services


    Faster
    (All FL public institutions)


    SMART/Joint Service Transcript
    Military records


    Parchment


    Credentials eScrip-Safe

    Regular Mail:

    Office of  International Admissions
    Florida International University
    P.O. Box 659004 Miami, FL 33265-9004

    E-Mail:
    From the institution directly using a verifiable address at iadmiss@fiu.edu

    Josef Silny & Associates
    7101 SW 102 Avenue
    Miami, FL 33171
    (t) 305.273.1616 | (f) 305.273.1338
    www.silny.com | info@jsilny.com

    World Education Services
    PO Box 745
    New York, NY 10113-0745
    212.966.6311
    www.wes.org | info@wes.org

    Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc.
    PO Box 514070
    Milwaukee, WI 53203-3470
    414.289.3400 | www.ece.org

    We may request supplementary documents once initial review of the application is complete, please click below to learn more.

    English proficiency exempt countries

    Antigua and Barbuda Fiji Mauritius South Africa
    Australia Gambia Micronesia, Federated States St Vincent and the Grenadines
    Bahamas Ghana Montserrat Swaziland
    Barbados Grenada Namibia Tanzania
    Belize Guam New Zealand Turks and Caicos
    Bermuda Guyana Nigeria United Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
    Botswana Ireland Papua New Guinea Uganda
    Brunei Darussalam Jamaica Philippines United Kingdom
    Canada (except Quebec) Kenya Saint Helena United States
    Cayman Islands Kiribati Saint Kitts and Nevis Vanuatu
    Christmas Island Liberia Saint Lucia Virgin Islands (British)
    Dominica Malawi Seychelles Virgin Islands (U.S.)
    Eritrea Malta Sierra Leone Zambia
    Falkland Islands (Malvinas) Marshall Islands Singapore Zimbabwe

    Dates & Deadlines

    Admission is determined on a space-available basis as applications are completed. Every time you submit a new document we add it to your file for review.
    Although we work on a rolling-admissions basis, it is imperative you complete your application by dates corresponding to your intended term of entry.

    23
    MARCH
    Submit Documents

    Deposit Deadline April 20
    SUMMER A/C
    1
    MAY
    Submit Documents
    Deposit Deadline May 16
    EARLY FALL/SUMMER B
    15
    JULY
    Submit Documents
    Deposit Deadline August 1
    FALL
    15
    NOVEMBER
    Submit Documents
    Deposit Deadline December 1
    SPRING

    The Office of International Admissions continues to review applications on a rolling-admissions basis throughout the Spring, Summer, and Fall terms.
    The last day for initial I-20’s (required for student’s who do not currently posses an F1 visa) to be created for Spring 2022 is December 1st.  If you have not received your I-20, or if you were admitted after this deadline, please consider updating your term of entry to Summer 2022 or Fall 2022.  This request can be submitted via the Application Update Form. Alternatively, you may be able to enroll in a fully-online version of your program, if offered, and change to the in-person version for next term. Graduate students will need to connect with their program directors for approval before these changes can be made.

    Pathways to FIU Admission

    Admission to FIU is selective. Every year we receive thousands of applications from students with varying academic profiles. We consider each student for admission to a best-fit term based on their entire academic profile. For this reason, FIU created several pathways to admission.

    Below is a description of each pathway. We also include a chart detailing the admissions criteria for each pathway toward the bottom of each section to help guide you towards your best-fit admission to FIU.

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