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Study Abroad Program participants

International Students who Study Online

Application process

If you plan to study ONLINE from your home country (not in the U.S.), these documents are required:

  • Official Transcripts for both Secondary/High School and College or University level courses Evaluation/Translation of Foreign Transcripts
    • Secondary/High School Transcripts require "Document" level evaluation only
    • College/University Transcripts require "Course by Course" evaluation
  • English Proficiency: Your TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE score if your native language is not English (English proficiency may be waived if courses taken in the U.S.)

All required documents must be submitted by the deadline for the term that you plan to start.


Optional: (Submit if you would like to enhance your application decision)

  • Professional Resume/Curriculum Vitae (C.V.)
  • Personal Statement
    • A brief personal statement helps us get to know you better than just grades and test scores. In 250 to 500 words, please respond to one of the following topics. (Please note: Your personal statement is required, and your application is considered incomplete without it.)
      1. Describe something that God has shown you over the last year.
      2. Regent's motto is "Christian Leadership to Change the World." What does that mean to you?
      3. Explain what attracted you to Regent University and why you elected to apply.

Submit your documents to:

Email intladmissions@regent.edu or mail to:

Regent University,
Attn: Enrollment Support Services
1000 Regent University Drive,
Virginia Beach 23464


Deadlines for Online Student Applications