If you are an international transfer student, visit here for more information.
Complete and submit the Common Application online.
The essay portion of the application provides an opportunity for applicants to demonstrate their ability to write clearly and concisely and develop and communicate their thoughts. Applicants will choose one of five specific prompts and write an essay of 250 to 650 words. Detailed instructions can be found in the Common Application.
Please note: Your application is not complete and we cannot begin your application review until we receive all required forms. Your $70 non-refundable application fee can be paid when you submit the Common Application. For students applying for Spring or Fall 2017 admission, the Common Application will be available starting August 1, 2016.
Once you submit your application, it will take approximately three days for us to receive and begin reviewing it. Please allow us several weeks from the application deadline to process your documents and post them in CaneLink. During the busy application period, CaneLink is your best resource, as we are continually updating students' applications and documents.
All applicants who have attended a secondary school outside of the United States must submit their official secondary documents (transcripts, mark sheets, certificates, examination results, etc.) to Josef Silny & Associates, Inc., International Education Consultant for an evaluation.
For detailed instructions on how to submit official transcript(s) to request a course-by-course evaluation and grade point average (
Applicants who attend a U.S. school or pursue an IB Curriculum and applicants from schools in Canada (except Quebec), the United Kingdom and the Caribbean should not submit their documents to Josef Silny & Associates, Inc., International Education
University of Miami
Office of Undergraduate Admission
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Students graduating from a high school in the United States are required to submit SAT or ACT scores.
All testing must be completed by November for Early Decision I and Early Action applicants and all testing must be completed by December for Early Decision II and Regular Decision applicants.
Please provide an official score report sent directly by the testing agency. If you take the test more than once, you must send all of your scores to ensure that we have your best performance on record. The Admission Committee will consider all official test scores from multiple test dates. We will use the highest composite score from among each test that you’ve taken. This is called super scoring. There is no limit to the number of test scores you may submit to us for your application.
We consider only the critical reading and math sections of the SAT for admission. SAT Subject Tests may be required to apply to some Dual Degree Programs
Beginning in Spring 2016, applicants may submit scores from either the current or redesigned SAT. Students who take both tests will be evaluated on their best score. We will continue to super score the SAT. A concordance table is used to determine your highest critical reading and math scores, regardless of when the test was taken.
Students graduating from a secondary school outside the United States should not submit SAT or ACT scores.
All students whose native language is not English are required to submit official results of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). For information on scores, visit the TOEFL or Other English Proficiency Requirements page.
The School Report should be completed by the applicant’s high school guidance counselor and can be found on the Common Application website. It is typically submitted along with the applicant's high school transcript and a school profile.
International students who plan to enter the U.S. on a student visa should email the following documents for Form I-20 (F-1 visa) or Form DS-2019 (J-1 visa) issuance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Bachelor of Architecture
|Theatre Arts B.F.A.
|Frost School of Music:
Requires the Arts Supplement available through the Common Application.
Portfolio (for Music Composition and Commercial Music)
Portfolio (for Music Engineering)
After submitting your application, please allow 3-4 business days for the University of Miami to receive it. Upon receipt, we’ll send you an
Please allow us several weeks from the application deadline to process your documents and post them in CaneLink. During the busy application period, CaneLink is your best resource, as we are continually updating students' applications and documents.
If you have any questions about the application process, visit our contact us page.