Prepare to shape global public and private institutions by learning from the best New York City has to offer.
Preparing Global Leaders
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. Throughout the years our students have come from over 40 different countries, contributing to the rich cultural tapestry at King’s. To prepare students for influence, our curriculum requires a high level of written and oral communication. Our requirements exist so that successful candidates can truly thrive in the classroom setting and in life after graduation.
International Students Thrive Here
Study in a Global City
New York City draws talent from across the world, making it the ideal place to pursue an internship and launch a career.Career Development
You’ll be placed into one of the College’s ten Houses, where other freshmen and upperclassmen—including other international students—will encourage and support you.House System
Our faculty are at the top of their fields and bring their expertise to the classroom. You’ll learn alongside other students who are driven, mature, and invested in their education.View Majors
Study alongside peers, faculty, and staff who prioritize growing in their faith.Spiritual Life
International students are eligible for the same merit-based institutional aid as domestic students.Scholarships
Bulgan Purev (’17)
“My favorite part [of The King’s College] definitely has to be that the classrooms are smaller and we are able to have a closer relationship with our professors. This has been vital in my role at the college as the professors have helped me tremendously in my studies as well as my personal life.”
Abena Anim-Somuah (’18)
“I decided to come to King’s because I wanted to go to college in NYC and King’s had the best opportunities to guide me on my career path. The Christian element of King’s was also a great asset as I get to build my faith in an academic setting. With small class sizes and great professors, it allows you to make the effort to engage with your academics.”
Zachary Owens (’18)
“My favorite part of King’s is being known. I walk through the doors everyday and see people I know and people who know me. It’s a great contrast to New York City, which can sometimes feel cold and uninviting. Professors and students at King’s genuinely care about each other and seek connection unlike in any other school that I have heard of.”
If you have any questions before you apply, you can connect with your admissions counselor, Joy Stewart (email@example.com), who specializes in working with your specific needs and questions. On your application, choose “International Freshman” if you have just completed or are enrolled in secondary school and have not yet attended college, university, or post-secondary school. Choose “International Transfer” if you have graduated high school (secondary school) and are currently attending a college or university in the U.S. or abroad.Apply for Admission
You will need to submit transcripts from all secondary and post-secondary schools you have attended. You or a school counselor may send unofficial or official transcripts, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, by fax (877-349-0231) or by mail:
Office of Admissions
The King’s College
New York, NY 10004
Transcripts must be in English and include a grade point average converted to a 4.0 scale. The King’s College does not offer translation or conversion services. It is the student’s responsibility to make sure his or her transcripts meet the admissions requirements. Grades can be converted using the Premium GPA Converter on Scholaro.com or a reputable third-party conversion service, such as those found on the NACES website. Please submit both the original and translated copies of your transcripts. Talk to your admissions counselor with any questions.
If applicable, common examinations/diplomas such as the International Baccalaureate (IB) or A-Level/ AS-Level exams should be submitted and will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Proof of high school (secondary school) completion is required.
The King’s College requires international students to submit TOEFL or IELTS scores because our academic curriculum requires a strong grasp of the English language.
- Minimum TOEFL: 83 (Internet Based Test)
- Minimum IELTS: 6.5
King’s may choose to waive this TOEFL/IELTS requirement once you have submitted your transcripts and writing sample and completed an entrance interview.
SAT or ACT scores are optional for spring and fall 2021 enrollment due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you wish to submit scores, you may complete an online request for ACT scores (use school code 2784) or SAT scores (use school code 2871). Previous schools sometimes include ACT or SAT scores on your transcript.
If you have 24 or more college credits, we do not take SAT and ACT scores into consideration.
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Submit an essay of your choice that provides a good representation of your writing ability. This writing sample can be an essay you have already written for a class. After submitting your online application, upload your writing sample through the application portal.Submit Essay
The process of applying for a student visa can feel complicated. We’ve listed the key steps so you don’t miss anything.Learn More
We recommend submitting your application as soon as possible so that we can connect you with the Admissions team and answer all your questions. We review applications on a rolling basis, so you will receive an admissions decision between two and four weeks of completing your application (including test scores and transcripts).
Fall 2022 Deadline
June 15, 2022
To study at King’s, you are required to have health insurance. You may use your current insurance policy or find a plan that works for you. Some of our students use the International Student Health Insurance (underwritten by Lloyd’s of London).Learn More
Maintaining Visa Status
You can find information about maintaining your F-1 visa status and other resources at Study in the States, the official DHS website for incoming international students.Study in the States