Each year students from countries throughout the world make the University of Illinois at Springfield their first choice in quality education.
If you are an international student and are interested in joining our community, please choose your profile:
- Undergraduate Applicants
- Graduate Applicants
- International Transfer Agreements
- Already admitted? Please visit the International Admitted page
The Office of Admissions provides the information and guidance that is needed to be admitted at UIS. Questions regarding undergraduate admission processes or decisions should be directed to the Office of Admissions. All graduate admission decisions are made by the graduate departments; however, in order to facilitate processing, questions regarding admissions and admission materials should be directed to the Office of Admissions
Our offices are familiar with immigration regulations and understand the complexity of the required admission process. Your questions will be answered and decisions made promptly to allow for visa issuance. An admission packet, including the Admission Letter and I-20 Form, along with informational documents regarding your visa process and UIS will be sent to the home address provided on the application for admission upon receipt of all documents and fees.
UIS offers an unforgettable combination of opportunities made possible by a respected public residential university in the USA at a cost that is less than larger institutions located throughout the states as well as providing students the safety and hospitality of small-town America.
The Office of International Student Services offers the resources that all International students find they need from arrival issues, immigration requirements, cultural counseling, and a safe place just to sit and study.
- Check out the international at UIS website for more information about services available to international students at UIS.
Click here for information regarding our Conditional Admission policy for students who need additional assistance with their English Language skills.
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