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International Undergraduate Students
MSOE’s undergraduate degree programs are designed to provide a rigorous academic experience that will thoroughly prepare you for success in your career and beyond. Learn more about the scholarships available to international students, English proficiency requirements needed for admission, MSOE’s undergraduate degree programs, and academic support services.
MSOE is committed to offering financial assistance designed to meet the financial needs of all undergraduate students. MSOE does offer international students scholarships for those studying at the undergraduate level. These scholarships are based on academic merit and take into account high school GPA/leaving exam scores. Scholarships range up to approximately half of tuition for the highest performing students. Learn more about MSOE scholarships and grants.
In addition to scholarships, there are some on campus jobs available, but these are not guaranteed in advance. International students may work on campus, but they need to keep in mind the rigorous nature of the academic programs and the significant time and effort that will be required to keep up on their studies. Learn more about student employment opportunities.
Students who have not met the English proficiency requirements may apply for conditional admission. A student who is conditionally admitted is accepted into an MSOE degree program based on everything except language proficiency requirements and other requirements that may be based on language proficiency. These other requirements must be met before a student is offered full or dual admission. To meet the English proficiency requirement, students may complete one of MSOE's partner ESL Programs (WESLI, ELS, EC English, LADO, GLI).
Students who are very close to the minimum English proficiency requirement may enroll at MSOE in the dual admission program. Dually admitted students take for-credit academic English courses, academic preparation courses and undergraduate courses concurrently until they are granted full admission, at which time they may begin pursing their degree full time. Most students are in dual admission status for one quarter, but dual admission status may be extended longer depending on the student's performance and preparedness for continued academic success.
The MSOE international admissions team is here to help walk you through this process and to answer any questions that you may have.
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MSOE welcomes transfer students! At MSOE, we define a transfer student as someone who has either been out of high school for more than two years or who has attended another college or university.
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MSOE offers resources for international students to help with both academic and cultural challenges that students may face. This includes continued opportunities for international students to refine their English skills, to get tutoring for specific subjects, and more.