Complete Application for Graduate Admissions online at
https://www.applytexas.org/ Deadlines: Fall-April 30, Spring-November 30, Summer-April 30
Graduate Application Fee
Pay graduate application fee in-person, by mail, or
Rates: Regular Fee-$35.00, Late Fee-$25.00
Applicants wishing to pay in-person may do so at TAMIU’s Business Office located in the Senator Judith Zaffirini Student
Success Center (USC) 137. Cash, check, money order, and all major credit cards are accepted.
Payments by mail should include check or money order payable to Texas A&M International University
(no cash or credit card information accepted),
Graduate Application Fee Payment Form,
and send to:
Texas A&M International University
Office of Graduate Studies & Research
Student Center (SC) 124
5201 University Boulevard
Laredo, TX 78041
Applicant’s application and application fee must be received by the appropriate deadline.
Graduate Admission Documentation
Submit the following items to TAMIU’s Office of Graduate Studies either by mail or hand delivery:
*Only applicable to those applicants pursuing their MBA in Spanish Online.
No admission decision will be made by the ARSSB prior to the receipt of an official score.
Official English Language Proficiency Examination Scores: TOEFL or IELTS
Official TOEFL or IELTS scores will not be needed for applicants intending to pursue the MBA in Spanish Online.
Required of all applicants having academic studies from a country where English is not the native language. A minimum TOEFL score of 79 (ibt TOEFL),
213 (computer-based), 550 (paper-based) or a 6.5 on the IELTS is required.
The items below may be sent as an email attachment
This narrative should be a minimum of 300 words and should indicate the applicant’s accomplishments, experiences and future career aspirations that
have influenced him/her to pursue a business graduate degree at TAMIU, as well as, the role his/her immediate family has played in their decision to pursue
business graduate studies.
This portion can be typed online when completing the application for graduate admissions.
Two Letters of Recommendation Submit as a PDF if emailed.
Recommendations must be from individuals who are qualified to assess the applicant’s readiness for graduate studies. The writer must indicate he/she
is aware the applicant is applying for graduate studies at TAMIU and must elaborate on why he/she feels the applicant would make an ideal candidate.
(Salutation should read: To the Master’s Studies Committee)
We prefer that at least one of the letters be from a former professor; the other may be from a current or most recent supervisor.
If the applicant has been out of school for some time and is unable to obtain a letter from a former professor, then both recommendation letters from
recent supervisors will be appropriate.
Resume should outline the applicant’s education, work-experience, extra-curricular activities, community involvement, honors and achievements, etc.
Completed application material must be received and processed by the Office of Graduate Studies before files can be forwarded to the ARSSB Master’s
Studies Committee for review. Applicants are notified of admission decision by the Office of Graduate Studies.
Admission to a degree program is valid for the applicant’s intended semester of enrollment. If the applicant is not able to enroll for the given semester,
the applicant may request a
deferment for the subsequent semester.
It is highly recommended all students, especially first-time students, establish contact with one of the
Graduate Admissions Counselors to review specific requirements on the student’s particular degree plan,
registration holds, and provide clarification on any admission conditions that were imposed on the student.
A registration period is held for each academic semester and for each summer session. For more information on academic deadlines please visit the