Applying to Western
Admissions applications for all prospective undergraduate students (including international students) are reviewed and decided upon by the Office of Admissions. Information on admissions requirements and application procedures for international students can be found on the Admissions website. For more information on applying for undergraduate admission as an international student, please contact International & Transfer Admissions Counselor Casey Egger.
For international students who do not yet meet the minimum TOEFL requirement or who wish to have more language preparation before entering a degree program, the Intensive English Program (IEP) offers English language courses and an opportunity to enter the university, as an undergraduate, through Conditional Admission.
Admissions applications for all prospective graduate students (including international students) are reviewed and decided upon by the Graduate School. Information on admissions requirements and application procedures for international students can be found on the Graduate School website.
The IEP Pre-MBA Program is designed to help students attain English proficiency for graduate school, and also to gain exposure and competency in a US university classroom setting and instructional methods. Also, students will be given step-by-step guidance in the MBA application process and will participate in various workshops and lectures in the MBA program.
Western Washington University accepts students every year through reciprocal exchange agreements with other universities abroad or through the International Student Exchange Program (ISEP). If you are interested in applying for exchange, your home university must have a current exchange agreement with Western Washington University or be a member of ISEP. Please contact your home university international office exchange coordinator for application details and materials.
Western Washington University is pleased to announce new merit scholarships for international undergraduate students. Incoming freshmen and transfer students who apply with a GPA of at least 3.0 will be eligible for International Achievement Award scholarships of $1,500 - $2,500. These scholarships are renewable annually for students who maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0.
The Scholarship Center provides information on University and private scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students. The How to Find Scholarships for International Students page includes a list of scholarships as well as information on how to seach for scholarships.
Western Washington University is proud to partner with EducationUSA. EducationUSA centers are the US State Department's network of over 400 advising centers in 170 countries designed to assist local students find the appropriate college or university in the United States.