International Technological University Located at
2711 N. 1st St., San Jose, CA.
Phone: 888-488-4968
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Graduate Admissions

When To Apply

 
You can start working on your application now! We will help you gather the required documents in your file until you’re ready to apply and pay the application fee.

Completed applications are reviewed on a rolling basis during the cycles below.

The sooner you apply, the sooner you will receive a decision from us.

International applicants coming from overseas should apply in the first month (May, September, or January) of each admission cycle to ensure enough processing time for student visas if admitted.

TermApplication DeadlineClasses Start
Spring 2018Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and considered for admission to the next available trimester start date.January 8, 2018
Summer 2018Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and considered for admission to the next available trimester start date.May 7, 2018

*It is recommended international applicants apply two months before the start of class to give time for complete visa processing.

Office Hours

DayTime
Appointments Only* Please use the "Admissions Appointment System" to schedule a phone or walk-in appointment.Weekend appointments are subject to staff availability. (Students must checkin at Info desk)
Monday - Friday9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Master’s Degree Program Admissions Policy

Effective Fall 2015

Students applying for admission into ITU master’s degree programs are expected to demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to succeed in a rigorous graduate educational environment. As such, successful applicants who are admitted to the University should have earned (the equivalent of) a US bachelor’s degree with a cumulative 2.75 GPA or above, or (the equivalent of) a US master’s degree with a cumulative 3.0 GPA or above. Degrees earned in the United States must be from a regionally accredited US institution. In some cases, ITU may also consider other evidence of readiness for academic studies at the graduate level, including: outstanding undergraduate work in the major, completion of graduate-level coursework at a 3.0 GPA or above, post-baccalaureate studies, and professional certifications.

Given the diversity of grading scales and accreditation standards worldwide, ITU requires that any foreign credentials (i.e. undergraduate/graduate diploma and transcript) be evaluated by an approved third-party evaluation service. The University will only accept foreign credentials that are deemed by the approved service provider as equivalent to a US bachelor’s or master’s degree. International applicants will also need to provide proof of English proficiency (see ITU’s English Proficiency policy).

Master’s Level Admissions Application Requirements

All ITU applications must include:

  • A completed new student application.
  • Sealed official transcripts from all universities attended. Transcripts must be mailed directly from the institution or through an official U.S. e-Transcript provider. International applicants only: Foreign credential evaluations for all transcripts must be submitted. Please see http://itu.edu/mkg/evaluations for a list of approved foreign credential evaluation services.
  • Grade point average (GPA) requirements: A cumulative graduate GPA of 3.0, or a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 2.75.
  • Statement of Purpose – an essay describing your personal and professional goals and reasons for obtaining your graduate degree. Word count must not exceed 750 words
  • Resumé – Must not exceed two (2) pages.
 

Additional Requirements for International Applicants

  • Foreign credential evaluation for any non-US degrees.for any non-US degrees and foreign credit hours transferred to a US undergraduate or graduate degree. ITU will accept a course-by-course evaluation completed by one of our approved credential evaluation service providers: http://itu.edu/evaluations.
  • Proof of English proficiency. Students may demonstrate English proficiency through one of the following ways:
    • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) examination. ITU looks for a score of 72 or better for the internet-based test (ibt).
    • International English Language Testing System (IELTS) examination. ITU looks for a band score of 6.0 or better for the academic module.
    • Accredited bachelor’s or master’s degree from a regionally accredited US institution or from a native English-speaking country.
    • Evidence that the applicant’s first language is English. Applicant should submit documentation that s/he was schooled in a country where English is the official language and language of instruction.
    • Transcript demonstrating the completion of an accredited ESL program in the US, or in a non-US Anglophone country, with a proficiency level equivalent to a B2 or above, according to the Common European Framework (CEFR).

    Note: All documents submitted for admission become property of the University and will not be returned.

     
    Institution and Program Codes 
    GMAT Program Codes
    MBA5L0-QK-38
    MSCE5L0-QK-95
    MSDA5L0-QK-42
    MSEE5L0-QK-02
    MSEM5L0-QK-71
    MSSE5L0-QK-14
    GRE
    Institution Code8857
    TOEFL
    DI Code4446

    How to Submit Your Admission Documents

    Mail

    Official documents may be submitted via post:

    • Official Test Scores (GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, IELTS)
    • Official Transcripts*

    Please have the testing center or your university documents sent to:
    International Technological University
    Office of Admission
    2711 N 1st St.
    San Jose, CA 95134

    Online

    We currently accept online submissions for the following:

    ITU Online Document Submission Form

    Click Here to Submit Documents Online

    Tips for Applying

    1. Choose a good email address for your Online Application
      • Notifications about your application – including decisions – are sent via email so be sure to provide an email address you check regularly.
    2. Submit your documents early
      • Everything must be submitted before we can review your application!
    3. International applicants only – Learn more about the international student document submission process.

    Foreign credential evaluations can take time. Plan at least 2-3 weeks to process.

Last modified: November 15, 2017