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How to Apply

 

 

Step 1

Complete Application

Complete the online application.


Step 2

Prepare & Submit Supporting Documents

Upload your supporting documents to our secure Box folder. Supporting documents include: Transcript, proof of English Language Proficiency, Course Wish List, proof of Financial ability and copy of passport/student immigration documents. See the Step-by-Step Checklist (PDF) for details.


Step 3

Accept Admission Offer

A form I-20 for international students will be issued, and you will be notified by email.

 

Step 1

Complete Application

Complete the online application.


Step 2

Prepare Supporting Documents

Upload your supporting documents to our secure Box folder. Supporting documents include: Transcript, English Language Proficiency and Course Wish List.


Step 3

Accept Admission Offer

Email with admission notice will be sent to you. A form I-20 for international students will not be issued. Students will study from their home country.


Application Deadlines

March 15 - Session R1, R2 or R4
April 15 - Session R3

*Late applications will be considered. Students will be accepted on a space-available basis.


Application Requirements

  • Graduated from high school or at least 18 years of age by start of the program
  • Copy of transcripts in English to assist with advising and course placement
  • TOEFL iBT 61, IELTS 6.0 or the equivalent

Visa Information

Although enrollment in SF State Extended Learning is not considered admission to SF State, an I-20 ("Certificate of Eligibility") for F-1 student status will be issued when students are accepted into a full-time certificate program in SF State Extended Learning and require a student visa to enter the country. Students entering the US using an F-1 visa must maintain full-time student status during the time they are enrolled in an approved certificate program at SF State Extended Learning.

Other non-immigrants visa categories (except B, C and D visa) may enroll (full or part time) in SF State Extended Learning courses incidental to their primary status. Contact the Center for Global Engagement for detailed information and restrictions.


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