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International Admissions

Visiting Student (Non-Degree) Programs

Our Exchange and Visiting Student Programs are open to all interested international students during Fall (August–December), Spring (January–April), and Summer (May–July) Semesters. This opportunity gives international students an experience at Wright State University for a short-term period. The student exchange program is for students who are approved by our recommended by partner institutions. The visiting student program is for all other international students. 

You must enroll full-time (12 credit hours at the undergraduate level and 6 credit hours at the graduate level).

All applicants must upload all the required documents through the Admissions Portal (Reference the Required Documents section by clicking Home tab).


Exchange Student Application Requirements

  • Meet with your home university to explore opportunities to study abroad at partner institutions.
  • Be recommended to Wright State University by your home institution. Recommendations should be sent to Joy Wanderi at joy.wanderi@wright.edu.
  • Complete the online non-degree application.
  • Submit financial support documents.
  • Submit an academic record or transcript from your prior graduate or undergraduate degree studies (you must submit a High School Diploma if you have less than 30 credits at the undergraduate level).
  • Report your English proficiency test scores (see minimum requirements below).
  • Submit a copy of your Passport ID page.

For English language proficiency admission requirements, visit undergraduate English proficiency requirements and graduate English proficiency requirements.

Visit the Incoming Exchange Student Program website for more information.


Visiting Student Application Requirements

  • Complete the online non-degree application.
  • Submit financial support documents.
  • Submit an academic record or transcript from your prior graduate or undergraduate degree studies (you must submit a High School Diploma if you have less than 30 credits at the undergraduate level).
  • Report your English proficiency test scores (see minimum requirements below).
  • Submit a copy of your Passport ID page.

For English language proficiency admission requirements, visit undergraduate English proficiency requirements and graduate English proficiency requirements.