For the International Admissions Office to process your application, please provide a recent bank statement from a student or sponsor that shows the equivalent amount of $38,192 U.S. for graduate, $39,199 U.S for undergraduate.)
International students that meet Florida Poly international requirements and satisfy the financial statement will receive an I-20 Form from the International Admissions office. Take the I-20 form with a copy of your acceptance letter and proof of financial documents to the closest US. Embassy or consulate.
Currently Florida Poly accepts transcripts evaluated through one of the following services:
Florida Poly International Admissions staff can assist students with pre-arrival information, orientation, and advice on academic, social, cultural and employment matters.
Average Grade Point Average: 4.43 weighted, including any additional credit from:
Note: This is not a minimum requirement, but the typical information provided by other incoming students.
First Time Students (Less than 60 credit hours):
Note: Florida Poly combines scores from multiple attempts to make a “super score.”
*Note: Students with an Associate of Arts degree (AA) or higher from a U.S. institution, or an institution whose primary instruction language is English, may waive testing requirements.
High school or transfer students with less than 60 credit hours and without a university-level degree will be required to submit either ACT or SAT scores. This is the transfer code for Poly:
These scores are part of the application. Use the school code to send official and certified copies of your results to Florida Poly.
Note: All documents can be sent to the address below:
Florida Polytechnic University
Office of Admission
4700 Research Way, Lakeland, FL 33805
*Letters of Recommendation and Letter of Intent can be emailed directly to your admissions contact listed below.
Students interested in the MS I&T program should have a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited program in Computer Science, Applied Mathematics, or closely related field with a core computer science focus.
Students interested in the MSE program should have a Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally accredited program in Engineering, Applied Physics or a closely related field with a core of engineering focus.
After acceptance, all students must submit the following:
All accepted students must submit a non-refundable admission deposit of $200 U.S. before attending the University.
Becoming an international student in the United States has many steps and can be very confusing. Here are a few helpful resources to make the process a little smoother.