The Fox Cities campus admission requirements for students who are not residents of the United States are different than the admission requirements for U.S. residents. International applicants are admitted on the basis of their academic preparation, their ability to effectively understand and use the English language and the determination by the international admissions office that their educational and career goals may be furthered by attendance at the Fox Cities campus.
English proficiency may be demonstrated with a TOEFL, IELTS, or iTEP test score report, or with an official recommendation letter from one of our partner English schools.
- Submit TOEFL scores using code number 1916. Minimum score for consideration:
- 500 paper-based
- 61 internet-based
- IELTS: 5.5
- iTEP: 4.0
- IGCSE: C in 1st or 2nd Language English
- IB: 4 in HL or SL
- SAT: 460 or higher for the Evidence Based Reading and Writing score
International students may be admitted as either degree-seeking or special students based on their educational goals.
International students who have attended another college or university may be eligible for admission as transfer students. In order to transfer international credits to the UW access campuses, students must submit their post-secondary transcripts to a recognized credentials evaluation service and provide official transcripts (and official English translations, if applicable) to the UW Oshkosh Office of Admissions.
International applicants who wish to apply for a student visa must provide proof of their ability to pay all expenses while they are students. All enrolled international students are required to purchase the UW-System health insurance policy unless they can provide proof of comparable or superior coverage.
Priority international application deadlines are June 1 (for fall semester) and November 1 (for spring semester). Applications received after these dates will be reviewed individually but may need to be deferred until a later semester.