• Review the tuition and living expenses for the academic year for which you will apply.
  • Upon admission to Graduate Studies, send bank statements and, if necessary, the  

    Affidavit

  1. TESTS. Take the appropriate tests as required by your program of interest. Select BYU as a recipient school for test scores and use BYU's institution code (R-4019 for TOEFL and GRE--tests by ETS).  Unofficial test scores may prevent your application from being considered. Check with your program of interest here to see what test they require, as well as what types of tests they will accept for admission.

 

*Applicants who are subsequently recommended for admission must submit official transcripts before they can register for classes and international applicants must initiate and complete an IERF foreign credential evaluation report.

**Non-Native English speakers who are U.S. citizens or have received their degree within the last two years from the U.S., Canada, the U.K., the Republic of Ireland, New Zealand, or Australia are not subject to this requirement.  

The university expects that all students, regardless of religion, will maintain the behavioral standards of the school, including the Honor Code. These include high standards of honesty, integrity, chastity, morality, and dress and grooming, in addition to abstinence from alcoholic beverages, tobacco, tea, coffee, and substance abuse. The Honor Code Statement is found here.

Mosaic - Meet Graduates

Net ID Instructions

 

  • Application - Submit an application by program deadline
  • $70 non-refundable application fee
  • Honor Code Commitment and Ecclesiastical Endorsement

LDS applicants need an ecclesiastical endorsement interview with a bishop and a stake president.

 

Non LDS applicants need an ecclesiastical endorsement from their local religious leader and a phone interview with the BYU Chaplain.

 

Verina Chen

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