Undergraduate International Admission
Marshall University is a public institution that enrolls more than 14,000 students (10,000 undergraduate and 4,000 graduate and medical and professional students), including approximately 500 international students from more than 60 countries.
We offer over 70 undergraduate and 50 graduate and doctoral degree programs. Applicants who meet all admissions requirements may apply for direct admission to MU. Students with limited English proficiency may apply to the Academic English or Pathways programs through INTO MU.
All English language applicants must apply to INTO MU.
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International Student Resources
The Center for International Programs
The Center for International Programs (CIP) supports international students’ transition to living and studying in the U.S.. Whether you have questions about immigration regulations, need enrollment verification, or need information about on-campus employment, the CIP is here to help you. The CIP also provides programs and activities to assist you in meeting new people, learning the local culture and improving your conversation skills. Some of the highlights of these programs include:
Meet with community members who are interested in learning more about your culture.
International Conversation Partners
Have one-on-one conversations with American students to exchange ideas, learn about one another and improve your English conversation skills.
This annual event is an opportunity to highlight the traditional food, music, dance and art of your home country. Members of the University and Huntington communities will attend the festival to learn more about the country you call home and to enjoy this opportunity for cultural exchange.
Important: Application Deadlines
- Spring Semester (January to May) – October 15
- Summer Semester (May to August) – March 15
- Fall Semester (Aug to December) – June 15
Please note that some departments or programs may have application deadlines which are earlier than the ones provided above. In such cases, you will need to meet the department’s or program’s deadline.