International students applying to UW-Green Bay are required to submit an English proficiency test score. Students have a number of options for the scores that they can provide. Students must submit ONE of the following tests:
|Test||IEP Admissions||Full Admission||Scores Must Be Sent From|
|TOEFL IBT||55 – 70||71||ETS|
|IELTS||4.0 – 5.5||6.0||Testing Center / British Council|
|SAT||N/A||24 (WLT)||College Board|
|IGCSE||N/A||5 Scores – C or Higher||Cambridge, EDEXCEL, AQA|
|WESLI Recommendation||N/A||700 Level (B or Better)||WESLI|
|MTELP||69 – 72||73 – 75||ESL Center & Letter of Recommendation|
- International Students who do not meet the proficiency standards for undergraduate admission but are interested in academic study can enroll in UW-Green Bay’s Intensive English Program (IEP). Students do not need to submit an English proficiency score to be eligible for the IEP. All students wishing to enter the IEP will take a placement test to determine eligibility. Students who do not meet minimum requirements for the IEP may be offered conditional admission through completion of an intensive English program through one of our partner institutions.
- If you have completed four years of secondary school in the United States, you must submit either an ACT or SAT score.
Please note – Visa-seeking international applicants with post-secondary degrees from the United States and/or select countries are exempt from providing English language exam scores (ex. TOEFL, IELTS, SAT/ACT) with their application:
Antigua and Barbuda
Canada: All Provinces, except Quebec
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Trinidad and Tobago
United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and Wales)
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