International Students

EU is authorized by the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCIS) of the U.S. Department of Justice to enroll non-immigrant alien students by the issuance of a Form I-20 as certification of eligibility for admission. Foreign students must provide evidence of financial capability to live and study in the U.S. Official transcripts from all schools and colleges attended above the eighth grade must be submitted.
When foreign students receive notification from the Admissions Office that they have been accepted to study at Evangelia University, they will be issued an I-20 form. At that point they should:
•Apply for a passport from their country’s Foreign Ministry.
•Apply to the U.S. Consulate in their country for a non-immigrant student visa.

Since Evangelia University is a Korean institution, main language of communication is Korean. The level of proficiency for Korean, if the student is non-native speaker of Korean, may be measured by transcription of the student, which shows he/she attended a Korean speaking institution to obtain at least one academic degree. If a student does not have that experience, he or she should take Korean Language Proficiency Exam (equivalent with SAT Verbal in USA) and should pass over 60%.

* International Student Handbook (download) 링크연결