All qualified international applicants are welcome to apply to any program of study offered by the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Each application, whether from a domestic or international applicant, is evaluated and considered on it’s own merits and academic qualifications. Consideration is also given to previous research experience, publications, and work performance.
International applicants whose native language is not English are required to take the TOEFL or IELTS examinations (see Test Requirements).
Applicants whose native language is not English, but English was the primary medium of instruction at the public, undergraduate, or graduate school level, should include an official statement from their degree granting institution confirming that English was the medium of instruction. Once this statement has been received, the Graduate School will confirm by email or written document that the English requirement has been met.
For further information please contact the university’s Center for Global Programs and Studies:
Wake Forest University
Center for Global Programs and Studies
1834 Wake Forest Road
116 Reynolda Hall
Winston-Salem, NC 27106
Students enrolled in programs of study on the Bowman Gray campus may contact:
Admissions Coordinator and DSO for International Students
Wake Forest University Graduate School
Biomedical Science, Bowman Gray Campus
525@Vine Street, Suite 150
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Phone: 336.716.4224; or 800.438.4723