If admitted, you must log on to the applicant portal to confirm admission by submitting your Letter of Intent (LOI).
What types of student visa are available?
Once you plan to enroll, United will provide an I -20 for F-1 visa students (distance learners and for those who do not require work or more than one year of academic training) and a DS-2019 for J-1 visa students (for residential students and those that require work or more than one year of academic training).
F-1 visa holders must wait one year before working off-campus. Work is limited to 12 months. F-2 visa holders are not permitted to work.
J-1 students may work either on or off campus upon arriving in the U.S. J-2 visa holders are permitted to work after obtaining employment authorization.
Do I need to have health insurance?
Only J-1 international students are required to purchase health insurance. However, United suggests that all international students purchase health insurance.
How do I apply for my F-1 visa or J1 visa?
After international applicants receive their I-20 or DS-2019 FORM and have paid the SEVIS fee www.ice.gov, they can apply for an F-1 VISA OR J-1 VISA through the embassy.
What are the tuition/living expenses for the masters program?
Click here for information about costs for International Masters’ Students.
What are the tuition/living expenses for the doctoral program?
Click here for information about costs for International Doctoral Students
Where will I live when I enroll at United?
Dorms are not available at United but there are apartments for rent on the bus route close to United’s campus.