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Students in Other Countries

Would you like to complete a US degree in 18 months? You can do this from your current university. While employed. Even from home.

At WTU you will join U.S. students and highly-qualified instructors online to participate in engaging interactive lectures. We value the diverse experiences that students from other countries bring to our learning community, and would welcome your contribution within our classes.

This page will provide you with information and resources needed to take the next steps.

Step 1 - Preparing to Apply to WTU

1. What would you like to study?

Bachelor of Science in Information Security

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and Management

Both of these courses are 18 month degree-completion programs.

2. When would you like to start?

Spring 2019 - Starts April 1

Summer 2019 - Starts July 8

Fall 2019 - Starts September 30

3. Do you qualify?

Credits: To join the degree completion programs, you must already have 90 quarter credits (60 semester credits) from a post-secondary institution.
Read information on the Transfer Credit Evaluation page. If you think you might qualify, send your unofficial transcripts along with the name of the program in which you are interested to the registrar:
Note: If you are an international student, you will need to provide the transcript in English. In certain circumstances, you may be asked to provide course outcomes for one or more of the courses you have taken.

4. How proficient are you in English language?

All courses at Washington Technology University are taught in English. To show that you are proficient in English we ask that you submit proof of one of the following:

You graduated from a high school in an English-speaking country in which the language of instruction was English.

You completed at least 45 quarter degree credits (30 semester degree credits) - and maintained a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher - at an accredited or WTU-recognized institution where the language of instruction was English.

You completed an undergraduate or graduate degree from an institution where the language of instruction was English.

You scored at least 65 on the Internet-based TOEFL test, or an equivalent within the last 24 months.