LOVE GOSHEN. HERE’S WHY.
“The many opportunities I have been offered, along with the love and constant support from my friends and faculty, have proven that Goshen College is the right place for me. I love the feeling of community I sense in Goshen even though I am miles away from home.”
Samita Thapa: History and Sociology double major from Nepal
With students from nearly 40 countries here, Goshen College almost feels like a global village.
We’re honored to be a home-away-from-home for dozens of international students every year. They come here from Nepal, India, China, Brazil, Kenya, Korea, Burkina Faso, England, Canada and 30 other countries.
To learn more about Goshen, contact William Velez in our admission office. He will answer your questions and introduce you to other international students here.
Goshen College seeks to enroll students who are prepared for a challenging academic program that will prepare them for a successful career after they graduate.
Requirements for international applicants include:
- A TOEFL score of
- 550 (paper version)
- 213 (computer version)
- 79 (internet version)
- or an overall Band Score of 6.0 on the IELTS
- or a grade of “C” or better on the General Certificate of Education (GCE) English exam
- Official secondary school transcripts, exam reports, and/or diplomas (certified with original signatures and/or seals)
- Bank statements and/or salary statements and/or sponsor letters
- Official post-secondary/university transcripts and exam reports (certified with original signatures or seals)
- Certified English translations of all documents if they are not in English (www.wes.org is our recommendation for these translations)
- Guidance counselor reference or college personnel reference
- A copy of the student’s passport
- For a printable list of the documents required to complete your admission file, please see the application checklist.
- It is also highly recommended that international students submit SAT I scores with their application for admission. The SAT exam is given in locations around the world several times a year. Students may obtain details of when the exam is administered and how to apply by contacting the nearest American Embassy or Consulate. Students should start planning a year in advance of the time they plan to begin studies at Goshen College to take the required TOEFL and SAT I exams and to prepare the other required documents for admission and financial aid consideration.
If you decide that Goshen could be your “dream-come-true” place, we invite you to apply for admission and become a part of Goshen’s global village.