Candidates for admission from foreign countries must present original and complete educational credentials to the Graduate School. Ability to speak and write correct grammatical English is imperative. All foreign applicants are required to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and have the scores sent to Creighton unless they can demonstrate proficiency in English in some other way.
Candidates must complete the Certification of Finances and return it with the completed Graduate School Application for Admission and three letters of recommendation.
Federal law requires all visitors and students to carry health insurance throughout their program. If proof of such coverage cannot be provided students are required to enroll in a University sanctioned international health insurance plan. Contact the Global Engagement Office for International Programs for details.
Upon acceptance the Office of International Program will issue and send the I-20 paperwork document and information about other paperwork required to study at Creighton.