International students seeking admission to McMurry University must be graduates of a reputable secondary school (senior middle school, high school, or equivalent) in a system composed of at least twelve grades. The quality of an applicant’s secondary work (or college-level work in the case of transfer students) will be judged from the transcripts submitted. Criteria will include grades and overall academic record indicated on the transcript(s) and diplomas obtained.
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Financial aid provided by McMurry University to international students is extremely limited and highly competitive. A limited number of scholarships are available each year to full time students. The scholarship is up to 50% of the yearly tuition to qualified applicants. The student is responsible for all other expenses not covered by the scholarship. The recipient of this scholarship will be decided by a committee. Recipients must complete their intended degree within a maximum of eight (8) continuous fall and spring semesters. (Cannot be used for Intercollegiate classes); (Patty Hanks School of Nursing is not eligible)
To be considered for this scholarship, applicants must submit to the Office of Admission by May 1 all required application materials listed above.
Suggested Application Deadline:
Fall Applicants: May 1st
Spring Applicants: October 1st
"This school is authorized under Federal Law to enroll non-immigrant students."