Use the following as a guide to determine your readiness for classes taught in English at UNO.
New international students must provide proof of English proficiency before enrolling. You can review UNO's Undergraduate English Requirements. Depending on your program of study, you may be able to begin undergraduate courses without taking the TOEFL. Learn about Conditional Admission, the Bridge Program, and the Advantage Track in ILUNO Intensive English.
Graduate-level English proficiency standards vary by program. For a listing of programs and detailed admissions requirements, check out UNO Graduate Studies.
Incoming students may provide proof of graduation from an accredited U.S. college or university with a bachelor degree or higher.
Incoming students may also provide proof that their education has been completed in an approved English speaking country. Check the list of approved English speaking countries.
Visiting exchange students are encouraged to check with their international offices for specific program requirements.
To use these alternatives, of if you have other questions, please contact us:
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