International Graduate Admissions

Currently, the only graduate program that meets the on-campus criteria for international students is the Master of Business Administration.

Admission to Malone University is selective. To be considered for admission, a student should submit the following materials:

1. A completed Malone application form

2. Certified copies of original records and transcripts mailed by the registrar of each secondary school, college, or university attended, accompanied by certified English translations of the same documents, if the originals are not in English. (English translations are not acceptable without copies of the original language documents.)

--> Foreign transcripts must be evaluated prior to enrollment at Malone. Malone recommends evaluations from either Foreign Credit Services of America (FCSA) or the World Education Services (WES).

FCSA: visit their website or request an evaluation directly from them at Foreign Credit Services of America (FCSA), 1910 Justin Lane, Austin, TX 78757-2411, USA. Telephone # 512-459-8428, Fax # 512-459-4565.

WES: visit their website or request an evaluation directly from them at World Education Services, Inc. (WES), PO Box 745, Old Chelsea Station, New York, NY 10113-0745, USA. Telephone # 212-966-6311, Fax # 212-966-6395.

--> Upon receipt of the evaluation of transcripts from FCSA or WES, Malone University will determine which credits will be applied toward a degree.

--> Students who have earned university-level course credits in a foreign country comparable to the course credits in the United States system must transfer those credits to Malone University.

3. The results of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) for applicants for whom English is not the native language. Scores must be sent directly from the testing agency. Malone University’s test code for the TOEFL is 1439. Please note the following requirements:
     Paper-based total: 550
     Computer-based total: 213
     Internet-based total: 79-80

4. Two references forms from teachers, pastors, etc. 

Following the student's acceptance, the following will be needed before enrolling:

1. A signed and notarized Affidavit of Support from a parent, guardian, or sponsor.

2. A $2,000 U.S. deposit is required in advance of issuance of the I-20 for receipt of a student VISA ($200 deposit if Canadian citizen or a U.S. resident). The deposit is necessary in order to register for classes.

Upon receipt of the student VISA, travel arrangements may be initiated.

The United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) maintains a website with information regarding international students, visas, passports, and other important items. Please know that the DHS charges a fee to any international student applying for a visa. The fee will be collected by mail or credit card online. This fee must be paid before applying for a visa to enter the United States.