If you are admitted to Penn as an international student, you will receive an Entry Document Application Form known as the "I-20" with your online decision notice. Students must complete and submit the I-20 application form to Penn's Office of International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) immediately upon accepting the offer of admission. Once received, the I-20 application will be processed and when approved mailed to the student. Students then present this document to the US Consulate in their country of citizenship to receive their F-1 or J-1 student visa. Please visit the ISSS website to learn more.
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- Do domestic and international students fill out the same application?
- Are international applications reviewed according to nationality or high school location?
- If I am a dual citizen, should I note both citizenships on my application?
- If I have attended high schools both in the United States and internationally, which transcripts do you require?
- If I am in the process of applying for permanent residency status in the United States, how does this affect my application?
- Are international students required to take the TOEFL, IELTS or Duolingo English Test?
- What is the recommended TOEFL score for a Penn applicant?
- Will Penn accept the MyBest Score feature from TOEFL?
- What is the recommended IELTS score for a Penn applicant?
- Will Penn accept that IELTS indicator?