The following items are required for graduate admissions to Wright State:
A photocopy of your passport information page, as well as the page showing your photo, name and birth date are required with your application
Complete & Submit Online Application form
A nonrefundable $40 application fee. No processing of the application will be done until the fee is paid
A complete, official academic record from each college, or university previously attended (individual semester transcripts). A certified English translation must be attached to official foreign transcripts or mark sheets
Official confirmation of a bachelor's degree
Official results of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of minimum 79(IBT) or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) scores (minimum band 6) or the Pearson PTE score of 57 or higher or Satisfactory completion of LEAP LEVEL 4 TOEFL Waiver Track.
Official GMAT or GRE tests (if required for the program)
Letters of recommendations (if required for the program)
Statement of Objectives (if required by program)
Note: You must submit the copies of your required supporting documents using our Application Portal. We no longer accept emailed, faxed, or mailed copies of your documents, test scores, personal statements and reference letters. Please keep in mind that official test scores must come directly to Wright State from the testing service. The Institution code to report your official test score for Wright State University is 1179.
Uploading Documents: Navigate to https://wright.force.com/Portal_Login. Sign in and then navigate to Home Page. Refer "Required Documents" section to find a list of missing documents. Click on the respective document type and upload the document either in PDF or JPEG format. Once the uploaded document is verified, it will be turned to "Green" and marked as "received".
Note: If the applicant is being sponsored, the financial statement form must be accompanied by an affidavit of support and a bank statement provided by the sponsor, indicating the amount of money available to the applicant for the purpose of studying at Wright State University. If the applicant has been offered a graduate assistantship or fellowship, the department must submit a letter indicating the conditions of the offer and the dollar amount the student will receive in addition to tuition remission.
Please review addtional application requirements that are specific to your program: List of Programs.