International Admission Information
Get ready to apply! Whether you’re interested in undergraduate, graduate or English
language programs, we know you have lots of questions. So, we’ve assembled information
on how to apply, application requirements, deadlines, cost of attendance, immigration
information, how to qualify for Florida residency and more.
Explore the different student classifications and determine which one applies to you.
Review student status and find out more about applying, application deadlines and academic requirements.
Review student status and find out more about applying, application deadlines, academic requirements and majors/programs.
Cost of Attendance
See our tuition rates and calculate your costs, plus the scholarships, fellowships, assistantships, student jobs and payments methods available.
Explore the types of U.S. visas required to attend USF, which one applies to you and how to obtain one.
Your residency classification determines whether you’re charged in-state or out-of-state tuition. Find out how to ensure you’re classified correctly.
Get the tools and resources college counselors need to shepherd students through the international admission process at USF.
Find Your Country
Explore information specifically for your country, including your recruiter, number of students enrolled at USF, academic criteria, student testimonials, and student organizations on campus.
USF NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION
The University of South Florida encourages applications for admission from qualified students regardless of race, color, marital status, sex, religion, national origin, disability, age, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other protected group status in compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws on non-discrimination and equal opportunity.
Visit the Office of Diversity, Inclusion & Equal Opportunity to learn more about the following at USF:
The University of South Florida does not discriminate in admissions*, educational programs or activities. Any questions or inquiries concerning the application of Title IX may be referred to the University’s Title IX Coordinator.
*Title IX coordinators are unable to answer admissions related questions or inquiries.
APPLICANT SELF DISCLOSURES
The application process limits requests for information to prior conduct and academic information. In the event an Applicant independently and voluntarily discloses additional personal information such as past emotional trauma, physical disabilities, or mental health challenges as part of a personal essay or statement, the self-disclosure of unsolicited personal information will not be considered a student report and those self-disclosures may not result in University initiated referrals for intervention or student support services. In the event an Applicant is admitted, at the time of full enrollment a student may initiate contact with the available student success offices for support or guidance.