Transfer Application Requirements
Students who have graduated from a secondary school and who have also earned credits at a post-secondary institution should apply as transfer students. Students who have graduated or will graduate from secondary school but have not earned credits at a post-secondary institution should apply as a freshman (beginner) student.
Make sure that you check the following webpage for specific transfer requirements: www.admissions.purdue.edu/majors
Select programs at Purdue are not open to transfer applicants check the closed programs list for more details: www.admissions.purdue.edu/apply/closedprograms.php
3. Official Transcripts, Diploma, Mark sheets
Original or attested copies of all transcripts, diplomas, mark sheets and certificates from all secondary and post-secondary schools attended. Documents must be
Purdue requires all international applicants from a non-English speaking country to submit an English proficiency test score.
English proficiency can be demonstrated by submitting ONE of the following official scores:
|Purdue Code: 1631|
|College of Agriculture||College of Engineering|
|College of Education||College of Science|
|College of Health & Human Sciences||Krannert School of Management|
|College of Liberal Arts|
|College of Pharmacy|
|Purdue Polytechnic Institute|
In general, applicants have an
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|SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing(new) -||SAT Critical Reading(old) -|
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|Alternative to demonstrating English proficiency by presenting adequate standardized test scores, an international student can demonstrate English proficiency by submitting evidence of having completed:
||1) 24 or more transferable credits from an accredited two- or four-year post-secondary institution in the U.S. at the time of application with a GPA of 3.0 or better, including
||2) 6 credits of non-remedial, non-ESL coursework in English composition and/or speech communication with a grade of B or better.