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International Students Program Information

The university welcomes applications from qualified international students. In addition to complying the university's admissions requirements above, international students must:

  • International degrees must be translated into English and evaluated for a "course-by-course" equivalency by a credential evaluating agency. Many students use WES for transcript credentialing. 
  • Students for whom English is a second language will demonstrate English-language proficiency by submitting a passing score on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) to the Atlantic University Office of Admissions (A minimum score of 530 on the paper-based Test of English as a Foreign Language [TOEFL PBT]), or 71 on the Internet-Based Test (iBT), a 6.5 on the International English Language Test (IELTS), or 50 on the Pearson Test of English Academic Score Report). Students can be conditionally admitted to the school pending the receipt of English-language proficiency scores. Passing scores must be made available to the Atlantic University Admissions office by the end of the first enrolled semester or enrollment in the next semester will be suspended. Search for a testing center in your area. 

International students who are unable, for any reason, to have official undergraduate transcripts (academic records) sent directly from the school that awarded their degree to the Atlantic University Admissions Office must provide proof of academic equivalency. A list of approved review agencies is available from the Admissions Office upon request.

Please note: Our programs are offered as distance education, and students can complete all coursework in their countries of residence. 

If international students in the Master of Arts in Transpersonal Psychology program choose to complete a Culminating Project, they are not required to visit the Atlantic University campus at the end of their program to participate in an oral presentation. Instead, students may give a webinar presentation on their Culminating Projects, scheduled at their convenience with their mentors and other Atlantic University faculty.