International Undergraduate Admission
Priority application Deadline:
Fall Semester (begins in August) June 15
Spring Semester (begins in January) November 1
Applications received after priority deadline will still be considered, however, we reserve the right to defer any application to the following semester.
*Note: Materials sent to King’s College will not be returned. For admission purposes, we accept scanned documents of international credentials. When you are admitted, your final and official transcript and diploma should be brought to the Office of International Student Recruitment for verification.
- Click here to complete your international application ( NO application fee ), or you may apply via Common Application
- Copy of your passport
- Official secondary school/high school transcripts with official English translation
- Proof of English Proficiency by ONE of the following (click for options)
- TOEFL: Internet Based Test (iBT) of 69, Paper Based Test (PBT) of 520, or Computer Based Test (CBT) of 190 (Institution Code: 2353)
- IELTS score of 5.5 (Institution Code: 2353)
- SAT: Critical Reading Sub Score of 500
- Completion of 112 level at ELS Language Center
- You have attended a U.S. high school that is regionally accredited in the U.S. for 3 or more years with a minimum cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.5 (on a 4 point scale).
- You have attended a U.S. regionally accredited college/university and have completed English 101 and 102 with a minimum 3.0 for each course and have 30 semester transferrable credits.
- You have attended a U.S. regionally accredited college/university and have completed an Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree with a minimum GPA of 2.5.
- You are a citizen of one of the TOEFL Exempt Countries.
All test scores (TOEFL, IELTS, or SAT) must be submitted directly to King’s College from the testing agency and must be less than 3 years old.
- Personal Statement: In 250 words or less, share with us how you first became interested in King’s College and what you hope to gain through your study here.
- Financial documents (bank statements) in English demonstrating adequate financial support for your one full academic year of studies ($50,000) . The bank statements cannot be older than three months from the date of application. If you have been awarded a scholarship from your government or another institution, please include an original document confirming the value of the scholarship and its condition.
- Declaration of Finances Certification Form to demonstrate that you have adequate financial support to cover costs of attendance for at least one full year of studies.
If you are applying as a transfer student from a college/university outside of the U.S., please submit the following additional documents:
- Official college/university transcripts with official English translation (A minimum GPA of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) in at least one full year of study)
- A course-by-course evaluation through an approved credentialing service agency, a member of NACES (http://www.naces.org/). Official evaluation must be sent directly to King’s College by the agency.
- Copies of the course description for each class that you have completed at the college or university level (Please submit them with English translation)
If you are applying as a transfer student from a U.S. college /university, please request a final official transcripts to be mailed to Office of International Student Recruitment at King’s College.
If you already have a visa, please submit the following additional documents:
- Copy of your visa
- Copy of your 1-20
- Completed King’s College I-20 transfer form
A sponsored student is any student who has a scholarship from their home university, home embassy, a company or U.S. government agency.
- Saudi Arabian Culture Mission (SACM)
- Institute of International Education (IIE)
- Fullbright Scholar Program
International Graduate Admission
If you are interested in our graduate programs, please check the link below for more information.