Edinboro University of Pennsylvania – Admissions

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Admissions

Scholarship opportunities

All international students entering the first year are eligible for scholarships according to their academic achievements and needs. Only students who have passed the exam will be considered for scholarship, and must submit financial documents, including financial guarantee.

  • For admission, students must submit the following documents:
  • The online enrollment application has a full enrollment fee of $ 30
  • Official transcripts sent by students to Edinboro directly or transcripts certified by the Ministry of Education and Training of Vietnam or the US Embassy in Vietnam. If necessary, students must submit both the official exam results and the high school diploma.
  • Official English test scores such as TOEFL, IELTS, Pearson or STEP-EIKEN, SAT or ACT.

English requirements

  • TOEFL: 500 (paper-based exam)
  • TOEFL: 173 (computer-based)
  • TOEFL (iBT): 61
  • IELTS: 6.0
  • Pearson: 44
  • STEP-EIKEN: 2A

Applicants who have not attained the required minimum English language proficiency have the opportunity to enter the ELI program at Jamestown Community College as a partner with the school.

Additional paperwork may be required after studying the records and the transcripts.

The deadline for submission

The school must receive the records and all attached documents no later than the date specified for each respective semester.

Fall season (beginning in late August): July 1 deadline

Spring semester (starting mid-January): November 1 deadline

Student Experience

Studying in the EU is not just about promotion. It is a time for students to discover passion, make friends, develop their individuality and prepare for their future career.

The University is a time to experience, and the vibrant life at Edinboro University creates ample opportunity for students to actively participate in activities, develop valuable life skills and create friendship throughout lives with people throughout the United States as well as the whole world.

Career support

The EU Center for Career Development helps students find internships and apply for internships as well as explore opportunities to accumulate practical experience complementary to their education, which is what the home employment expectations.

Internships are an excellent opportunity to apply the knowledge learned in the classroom to the real world, accumulating valuable experience for professionals and professionals in the industry. In the recruiting criteria for recruiting students, employers are increasingly interested in the practical experience that students have accumulated. According to the University Association and the National Recruitment Agency, students who have gone on internships are recruited earlier and have higher salaries than those without practicing.

Diploma papers

To qualify for internship, students must complete a bachelor’s degree program of at least 60 credits, of which at least 15 credits must attend Edinboro University. University students enrolled in the internship must have a GPA of 2.0 or higher, and their main industry GPA of 2.5 or above, and must meet their own specific internship criteria.

Boarding life

International students will see Edinboro University as their second home thanks to its warm atmosphere and spectacular campus. Boarding students will immerse themselves in all the activities of the school as well as the surrounding community and enjoy everything here.

The EU not only has all the facilities in the school, such as the cafeteria diversity, fitness center, modern medical center students and Student Center Pogue, but also has great location right in the middle of On the waterfront of Edinboro, Pennsylvania, the area offers a wide selection of shopping, dining and entertainment options.

House

The EU has apartment buildings in The Highlands, the newest addition to the campus, in addition to two classic residences. The dormitories have permanent staff and students supervised to ensure a comfortable and vibrant environment for students.