International Undergraduates

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An undergraduate student is a student who has completed high school and is studying his/her first degree - typically a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BS).

Read about FDU's Undergraduate Majors.

Admission Procedures

  1. Submit an application online or by mail.
    NOTE: American citizens, regardless of where they live, must submit their application through

  2. Upload or mail your academic records from all secondary schools attended.
    Include any AP, IB, and/or GCE scores. You may be eligible for transfer credit for the following exams and qualifying scores:

    -- AP: 4 or higher per exam
    -- IB Diploma/ Certificates: 5 or higher per Higher Level exam
    -- GCE A-levels: C or above per A-level exam (up to 6 credits)

  3. Report an official TOEFLIELTS, PTE-A,  or SAT score directly to FDU (refer to our Testing Codes).
    - Read about our English Proficiency Requirements.
    - An SAT or ACT score is optional for admission but required for higher scholarship consideration. 

  4. Submit two (2) letters of recommendation from academic references.

  5. Complete a Scholarship Application Form (optional).

  6. Submit a copy of your passport.

  7. Submit an official bank statement and Affidavit of Financial Support if you are seeking an F-1 visa.
    - Bank statements must indicate a balance that will cover your first year of tuition and living expenses.
    - The Affidavit of Support must be in the name of the sponsor on your bank statement. Multiple bank statements require an affidavit from each sponsor. Self-sponsored applicants do not need an affidavit.
    - Fall applicants must have financial documents dated after February 1Spring applicants, August 1.
    - Solvency certificates are not acceptable.

    NOTE: All documents submitted to FDU become the property of the University and cannot be returned.


Contact Information

  • Office Address:
    The Office of International Admissions
    1000 River Rd., T-KB1-01
    Teaneck, NJ 07666
  • E-mail: 


  • Summer semester (limited programs):  May 1

    Admissions are rolling. Please allow 3-4 weeks to process your application.