As an accredited leader in online education, Kingston University offers career-oriented degree programs that prepare you for a successful future in an exciting, growing technology, business, healthcare technology or management field. Kingston is an excellent choice for international students because of its multicultural atmosphere, accessibility, no waste of time or other resources in transport, and courses taught by leaders with a wide experience.
Office of Admissions should receive a complete signed application, all required credentials, and the application fee in order to consider your application. The information below outlines what applicants must submit:
- Official Scores on the GMAT Test.
Applicants are required to take the GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) as part of the full admissions process. GMAT, score of 600+ recommended. Time spent employed in an English speaking environment may be counted toward this requirement at the discretion of the Degree Chair.
• If applicants have an undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited U.S. University, they may submit essays in lieu of the GMAT.
• If permanent alien residents have worked five (5) or more years in the United States, they may submit essays in lieu of the GMAT.
- Official or Certified Copies of all College or University Records.
The students must send transcripts (an official record) showing satisfactory completion of secondary school or its equivalent, as well as any post-secondary school (college/university). Transcripts in any language other than English must be accompanied by certified, literal English translations.
Include any official transcripts, mark sheets, or grade reports, and any certificates, degrees, diplomas, or statements of graduation or completion from each college or university attended, regardless of the length of attendance, whether or not courses were completed, and whether or not you believe the record will affect your admission or transfer of credit. If you are currently enrolled, send all available records at this time, including courses in progress. Final records are required upon completion of the course work or program. All records should be submitted in the native language, and credentials written in languages other than English must also be accompanied by a literal, certified English translation.
- All courses will be taken online and as such students must posses a personal computer and reliable access to the Internet. Your computer system must meet the technical requirements listed on this site.
Call 1-716-393-1133 and Enrollment Services counselor will be happy to assist you.