At Cooper Union we value the importance of a diverse student body. We attract and enroll students from around the world. Please read below for important information pertaining to international students:
- International students are those who do not hold U.S. citizenship or permanent residency.
- International students are not eligible for Federal or State Financial Aid.
- International applicants who have studied for less than three years in English are required to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) to show English proficiency. A minimum TOEFL score of 600 (paper format), 250 (computer format) or 100 (internet-based format) is required.
- All applicants to The Cooper Union are required to submit scores from the SAT exam (www.collegeboard.com) or ACT exam (www.act.org).
- Make sure the name on your passport matches your name on the application, TOEFL and SAT/ACT scores.
- All high school and college transcripts must be translated into English, notarized and sent to The Cooper Union.
- Students needing an I-20 (those who are non-citizens or who are not permanent residents) who are accepted to The Cooper Union will be required to submit a Certificate of Finances with the Office of Admissions and Records and International Student Advisement prior to being issued an I-20. The Certificate of Finances must certify that students meet the minimum financial support requirements for resident students.
- International students are assessed a fee of $1,910 per year.
- In addition to the international student fee, please click here to review all costs of attendance: http://cooper.edu/student-services/office-of-financial-aid/budget-guide/.
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