Application Process for International Students

If you are not currently located in the United States, you may apply for admission to Grace University by following the steps described below.  

  1. Download, complete, and sign our Application Form.

  2. Submit all application fees.  To pay by wire transfer from a foreign country, please contact our Admissions Office for wire account information.  Applicants are responsible for any and all bank service charges.

    • $100 Application Fee​

    • $400 Overseas Application Fee

  3. Provide the following required documents to our Admissions Office:​

    • Application Form​

    • Passport copy

    • An applicant must provide an official document showing a TOEFL or IELTS score. International students who have earned a secondary education diploma or degree from higher education in the U.S., in which English was the major language of instruction, do not have to present a TOEFL score and may be waived from the equivalent test

    • Diploma copy from your highest degree (in English)

    • Proof of financial support: $30,000 USD (e.g. bank statement)

    • Your foreign address.

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Our Mailing Address:

Grace University

1650 Brookhowllow Dr. Suite 209,

Santa Ana, CA 92705, USA.

We will process your application when we receive all the required documents listed above. If required documents are not provided at once, the application may not be accepted.

SEVIS I-20 will be issued after the whole application process is reviewed, completed, and accepted. Grace University is not responsible for any SEVIS charge. Students are responsible for SEVIS I-901 fee and visa fees.

 

If you have any questions, please contact our Admissions Office during our business hours:

Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM, PST.

Contact Information:

Phone: 714-486-2318

Email: admin@graceuniv.org

SEVIS I-20

Grace University has been approved by the USCIS/INS of the new U.S. Department of Homeland Security to offer I-20 to international students.

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement: http://www.ice.gov
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EVP Certified Schools: http://studyinthestates.dhs.gov/school-search

 

For information regarding to Optional Practical Training, please see following links:

Curricular Practical Training (CPT)

Post-Completion Practical Training (OPT)

Please feel free to contact the GU Admissions Office if you need further help.