Admissions for International Students

The King’s College is privileged to have students from all over the world who share our desire to shape and lead global public and private institutions. Our international students contribute to the rich cultural tapestry of The King's College and New York City.

To prepare students for leadership and influence, our curriculum requires a high level of written and oral communication. Our requirements exist so that successful candidates are not only setup for success, but so that they can truly thrive in the classroom setting. 

Please follow these steps to apply.

Step 1: Apply for Admission 

Step 2: Submit all official high school transcripts and college transcripts in English, with a GPA on a four-point scale. 

If transcripts aren’t in English or aren’t converted to the American grading scale, please submit them via www.wes.org or www.ece.org.

The King’s College does accept faxed copies of transcripts. High schools may fax the original transcripts to 877-349-0231.

 Step 3: Submit ACT and/or SAT scores. 

While these are not required for international student admission, we use these test scores to help determine eligibility for academic scholarships.

Previous schools may include these on the transcript or complete an online request for ACT scores at www.act.org, using school code 2784 or for SAT scores for www.collegeboard.com, using school code 2871. 

Step 4: Submit TOEFL or IELTS scores.

We require this of all students for whom English is not the primary language. 

The Admissions Team reviews applications upon receipt of all materials and responds within two to four weeks.

Please email Kate Miller, Admissions Counselor, at KMiller@tkc.edu with questions.  Please also visit our Frequently Asked Questions



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