Additional Information About Required DocumentsOur Admissions Committee accepts unofficial copies of transcripts and test scores for the sole purpose of rendering an admissions decision.
Transcripts- Applicants must hold the equivalent of a U.S. bachelor's degree to be eligible for the program. (Note: Most international three-year degrees meet this requirement.)
- Be sure your transcripts include all coursework taken and the grades received for each course, as well as any transcript instructions or descriptions provided by the institution. Transcripts for study abroad programs or transfer credits are not required if the course titles, grades and credit hours are included on the transcript of the degree-granting institution.
International students must submit transcripts in the original language and English translation.
Standardized Tests- We require either a GMAT or GRE score report. We don't have a preference of one test over the other.
Test scores must be released when you submit your application.
- TOEFL or IELTS (Academic Format) – All international applicants (non-U.S. citizens or non-U.S. permanent residents) whose native language is not English must take either the TOEFL or IELTS. Only scores from tests taken within
two years of the program start will be accepted. The TOEFL institution code for Washington University in St. Louis is listed in the chart below.
You may qualify for a waiver of this requirement if you have taken a minimum of three years of coursework at a college or university where the primary medium of instruction is English
and you received your degree from this institution.
If you are eligible for a waiver,
do not submit your TOEFL or IELTS score.
- In the application, please enter the name and email address of your recommender. When you save your application, they will receive an email with the recommendation to complete. If your recommender has completed the
Common Letter of Recommendation, they can email that form to us at
Application Interview Video
Applicants to Specialized Masters Programs must submit a video interview as part of the application process. Once you enter your recommender in the application portal, and save the application, a unique URL link will be sent to your email address with instructions outlining the video submission process.
The application fee is $100, and payment can be made with a credit card.
Financial documents or information pertaining to the I-20 should not be sent unless you have deposited to the program. Specific guidelines regarding I-20 processing will be sent upon admission.
When Do I Submit My Official Documents?
Once you get the news of your acceptance – and make the decision to join us at Olin –
official transcripts and valid, official test scores must be submitted two weeks before the start of orientation programming.
Official Test Scores (GMAT, GRE, TOEFL, IELTS)
All applicants should request that the appropriate testing service forward official test score results to our office. Please note that it is not sufficient for the student to simply submit either the unofficial or official test taker copy. The appropriate Washington University/Olin institution codes for each test are as follows:
TOEFL or IELTS is not required for U.S. citizens, U.S. permanent residents or individuals waived from this requirement.
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