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As an international student, you will complete the same application process as domestic students to be considered for admission into any Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy & Administration graduate program. You can access the online application through the Apply Now page.
Please keep in mind that all application materials must be submitted online, including your unofficial transcripts, exam scores, and letters of recommendation. Please do not mail paper copies of any application materials.
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The Biden School accepts IELTS and TOEFL scores as indicated on the Graduate Admissions Test Score website: Grad Admissions Test Scores
Several master programs participate in Graduate Conditional Admissions Program (Graduate CAP) including:
UD's Graduate CAP is for international students who want to pursue a graduate (master’s or doctorate) degree–but who need to improve their English skills first.
Through Graduate CAP, future graduate students can develop their academic English communication skills and the advanced research, writing, and presentation skills needed to be successful at the graduate level.
No TOEFL or IELTS exam score is required for Graduate CAP!
Please find additional information here: Graduate CAP
The Center for Global Programs and Services provides International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) with many resources available to help incoming international students with issues such as a prearrival guide, life in the U.S. and at UD, and other information of interest to our international students. If you need assistance with these types of logistic concerns, please feel free to utilize the ISSS website or reach out to ISSS directly via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once you are accepted into one of our programs, please see the ISSS guide: Prepare to Become a Blue Hen
New International Students: Want advice from an experienced UD student before you come? Sign up for an iBuddy Mentor!
ISSS also has programs and events throughout the year that are specifically for international students at UD. These events are a great option for connecting with other students and getting involved in university life!