International Admissions

International Students 
Welcome International Students!

Our campus is located in Central New York, within driving distance to many major cities such as Niagara Falls, New York City and Toronto. We have a dedicated living community for international students, Hart Hall, that hosts annual events such as the Hart Hall Global and International Conference.  


Why earn your graduate degree at Oswego?

150 years of tradition and proven quality 
Earn your degree at an accredited institution
Become part of one of the largest state university systems in the U.S.
Choose from more than 30 graduate degree and certificate programs
Gain work experience through co-op and internship opportunities
Create close relationships with faculty as part of a small, nurturing program


Ready to Apply?

International students should only use the international application button found on this page. Your application will not be reviewed until we have received all of your application materials. After we have received all your materials, the materials will be sent to the department for review. The review process can take around 2-3 weeks.


Before you apply:

• Check the deadline & requirements on your program's specific page.

Application Checklist:

Complete the online application: you will complete your entire application online. 

Pay the  $65 Application Fee

Two letters of Recommendation: The online application will ask you to submit the email addresses of two recommenders. Once the email addresses have been submitted, your references will receive an email instructing them how to submit a reference. You can check the status of this by logging into your online application. This must be sent separately from your other documents.

Official transcripts: Offical copies of your transcripts sent from your university directly to SUNY Oswego. These must be sealed and sent by your university.

English Proficiency: Your documented English language abilities may include national language, mother tongue, language of prior degree or secondary school study. Unless your undergraduate courses were taught in English, you will have to provide an official TOEFL 83iBT or IELTS 6.5. The score must be sent by ETS. SUNY Oswego's code is 2543.

GRE/GMAT score: Test scores are required for certain programs. Check your program's page if you need a GRE/GMAT score. If they are required, they must be submitted by ETS. SUNY Oswego's code is 2543.

International Student Financial Statement: Complete the two-page form documenting sufficient funds for one year of education: SUNY International Student Financial Statement. Source of funds with verification will also need to be included as outlined in the form.

Send official transcripts, English proficiency and financial documentation to:
SUNY Oswego Division of Graduate Studies
606 Culkin Hall, SUNY Oswego
Oswego, NY 13126-3599
USA

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