In addition to the application requirements outlined on our Apply Now page, international students should review the English-language proficiency and international transcript requirements outlined below.

Graduate Admissions Committees meet on an ongoing basis, and admission decisions are made after a full evaluation of each candidate’s application and supporting materials. Admission is normally granted for September, January, and May of each year.

After being offered admission to a program, you will be asked to submit an international student data form and proof that you can fund all tuition, fees, books, and living expenses for the duration of your studies.

Please note: Metropolitan College does not sponsor visas for full-time on-campus study in undergraduate programs (degree or non-degree).

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If you are planning to study at Boston University’s Metropolitan College (MET) on an F-1 visa, you will need to maintain full-time status (at least 12 credits). Those studying online do not qualify for visa sponsorship.

Admitted international applicants who require a student visa should review the section below, “Obtaining a Visa,” which highlights important documentation requirements and deadlines.