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In order to allow NYIT to properly review your credentials and provide you with time to complete the passport/visa process, we recommend you apply by the following deadlines:
In addition to the application, as an international applicant, you must submit:
TOEFL: A written-based score of 550, a computer-based score of 213, or an Internet-based score of 79/80 is required for full admission. If you score 500-549 on the written, 173-212 on the computerized, or 61-77/78 on the Internet-based, you may be required to study English as a Second Language before you can be fully matriculated into your academic program of choice. If you score below 500, 173 or 61, you may apply only to our English Language Institute (ELI) for additional instruction in English. NYIT’s TOEFL code is 2561.
IELTS: A test score on the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) of 6 is required for full admission. If you score below a 6 but above a 5, you may be required to study English as a second language before you can be fully matriculated into your academic program of choice. If you score below a 5, you may apply to NYIT's English Language Institute for additional instruction in English. You may also retake the IELTS.
NYIT’s Federal Institution code is 002782
In order to receive the I-20 form to apply for the F-1 student visa at the U.S. embassy in your home country, you will need to have a sponsor complete an Affidavit of Support form. Along with that form, undergraduate applicants will need a bank statement from their sponsor's bank demonstrating that he or she has a minimum of approximately $33,000.00 (U.S.) in liquid assets (savings or checking account- not stocks, investment accounts, or property value). Graduate applicants will need a bank statement from your sponsor's bank demonstrating he or she has a minimum of approximately $25,000.00 (U.S.) in liquid assets (savings or checking account—not stocks, investment accounts, or property value). Please note that the affidavit of support must be notarized (stamped) by a bank or U.S. embassy official. It can also be signed and stamped by a lawyer, or a notary public.
If you have any other questions about international admissions, e-mail Angela Delcid at email@example.com.