Texas A&M International University selects students for admission showing a commitment and desire to succeed in an academic environment. With over 70 undergraduate degrees, TAMIU offers a dynamic learning environment that embraces student academic growth. Join our diverse student and faculty family and discover “The International U."
Apply for international admission if you will soon graduate from non-U.S. high school.
Students transferring with less than 24 college credit hours must meet International Freshman Requirements. Please see the requirements below.
*All Documents for F-1 Visa students must be received before letter of acceptance and I-20 can be issued.
**Please consult with Office of Admissions at 956.326.2200 for TOEFL exemptions guidelines.
***Must be dated within six months of first semester of enrollment.
Note: Applicants who've earned a high school diploma or are completing high school credits within two (2) semesters are considered freshman applicants. Admissions score minimums are based according to rank:
|HS Class Rank||SAT (Critical Reading + Math)||Redesigned SAT (Critical Reading + Math)||ACT Composite Score|
|Top 40%||No minimum but must submit score.||No minimum but must submit score.||No minimum but must submit score.|
|Lower 60%, GED, Home School, Non-ranking high school.||900+||980+||19+|
Visit our Graduate Admissions page to learn about TAMIU's International Graduate requirements.
International students are required to obtain health insurance for the entire period they will be in the U.S.
If you have an interest in attending TAMIU, first check with your home institution in regards to our partnership and application criteria. We cannot accept exchange students that have not been nominated by their home institution. If you are interested in participating in the exchange program, complete the following steps.
|Bank Affidavit Must Have the Following Amounts|
|Semester Exchange||US $6,713.00||US $6,904.00|
|Year Long Exchange||US $13,399.00||US $13,769.00|
**Sponsor Letter — letter should certify the following:
Sponsor’s commitment to pay educational, living, health, and personal expenses.
Letter must be dated within six months of the first enrollment: Fall Semester, January 1 or later, Spring Semester, May 1 or later.
Meningitis Form — all students under 22 years of age as of the first class date must submit proof of bacterial meningitis.
*You do not need to submit a sponsor letter if your bank statement is under your name.
**You may have up to two sponsors.
Contact the Office of Recruitment and School Relations
956.326.2270 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Senator Judith Zaffirini Student Success Center, Suite 130
5201 University Boulevard, Laredo, Texas 78041