International Admissions Requirements

Applicants who are not United States citizens or permanent residents (holding a “green card” or permanent resident card) of the United States must meet the same admissions requirements as all other applicants, including some additional documentation. Photocopies, fax copies, US notary copies, scanned or emailed documents are valid for application purposes. However, official or certified documents will be required before final enrollment, presented either by mail or in-person.

International applicants must submit the following:

  1. An accurate, complete and legible international application form that has been signed and dated by the applicant. All schools attended must be listed with dates of attendance. Not listing all schools of attendance could lead to cancellation of application.
  2. Official secondary school transcript showing subjects and marks received with graduation date. Diplomas and any external examination results should be submitted, if applicable. Students who have not yet graduated from secondary school must submit a transcript showing all completed work, and expected results and graduation date may be submitted for review.
  3. Applicants who have attended any college or university must submit transcripts, marks sheets, diplomas or certificates from all post-secondary institutions attended, along with course descriptions and credit values for transfer review.
  4. Copy of biographical section of applicant’s current passport
  5. Certified word-for-word translations of all non-English credentials
  6. Certified bank statement or government sponsorship letter verifying financial support for 1 academic year. Bank statements cannot be older than 3 months from the time of issue.
  7. Completed financial declaration signed by both the applicant and sponsor
  8. English Language Proficiency test results (if applicable or available, please see the English Proficiency Requirements)

All documents and information should be clear and legible; if important information cannot be read by the International Admissions staff, the admissions process is delayed and, as a result, so is the acceptance/Form I-20 process.

All documents can be emailed to International Admissions. Official or certified documents should be sent to the campus where the student intends to enroll. 

Providence Campus
Johnson & Wales University
International Admissions
8 Abbott Park Place
Providence, RI 02903 USA
Telephone: 401-598-1074
Fax: 401-598-4641

North Miami Campus
Johnson & Wales University
International Admissions
1701 NE 127th Street
North Miami, FL 33181 USA
Telephone: 305-892-7000
Fax: 305-892-7020

Denver Campus
Johnson & Wales University
International Admissions
7150 Montview Boulevard
Denver, CO 80220 USA
Telephone: 303-256-9300
Fax: 303-256-9333

Charlotte Campus
Johnson & Wales University
International Admissions
801 West Trade Street
Charlotte, NC 28202 USA
Telephone: 980-598-1107
Fax: 980-598-1111