To apply to UW-Platteville as an undergraduate international student, please complete the University of Wisconsin Online Application.
Applications will be considered complete when UW-Platteville receives all of the admission-related documents from the applicant. The application deadline for the fall semester (September–December) is July 15, and the deadline for the spring semester (January-May) is December 15.
Official Academic Records
- Submit academic records from all secondary and higher education institutions attended.
- Academic records must be mailed directly from the school that you attended to the UW-Platteville Office of Admission and Enrollment Services.
- Academic records must be in the original language along with a certified English translation.
- All academic records should include the dates of attendance, level of study, list of subjects, school leaving marks (grades) earned, rank in class (when possible), and the grading system used.
- Official records should include all exam or test results and certificates, diplomas or degrees earned. All of these requirements are mandatory and must be official documents.
- Photocopies of official records are acceptable if an authorized university, government, or public official has certified them after the documents have been copied.
Transfer Credit (outside of United States)
- International students requesting transfer credit are required to submit an official One Earth, World Education Services, or Educational Credential Evaluators course-by-course evaluation, completed at the student's request and at the student's expense.
- Submit detailed course descriptions in both the original language and English. This will allow us to review your courses for transfer credit. If acceptable course descriptions are not submitted, transfer credit will not be awarded.
Transfer Credit (in United States)
All financial support documents must be dated within six (6) months of the intended program start date.
Submit a copy of your passport.
Submit a copy of your current activities if not enrolled in a school for more than six (6) months.
International Student Orientation
Save the date for International Student Orientation, which starts approximately one week before classes start each semester! All new and transferring international students are required to attend. Review the exact dates and times of orientation.
I-20 and VISA Information
The I-20 form (for issuance of visa) cannot be issued to you until you have been admitted to UW-Platteville. When your application is complete (meaning that you have provided all required documents as noted above), the application will be reviewed and you will be notified about your admission status.
In addition to meeting all of the graduate admission guidelines, you will need to submit the following:
- Official academic record and certified evaluation by World Education Services or Educational Credential Evaluators.
- Financial verification form and an original bank statement.
- Copy of your passport.
- Transfer Clearance Form, if you are transferring from a U.S. institution.
- F-2 Dependent Application form and Financial Certification form, if your spouse and children will be living with you in the U.S.
- English proficiency.
Note for students applying to Master of Science in Education program: While international students can enroll in the Master of Science in Education program offered on campus, the counseling and adult education emphasis areas are not available to international students. You will need to have Wisconsin licensure, if you plan to teach in Wisconsin upon the completion of the graduate program.