Applying to Wake Forest University

Did you know?

Wake Forest hosts more than 600 international students across its range of degree programs.

The Center for Global Programs & Studies assists with the visa processing for the entire campus. Once you are admitted, we will begin working with you to ensure a smooth and safe arrival. Use the information below to identify which school within the University and which degree program you are seeking admission.

The Center for Global Programs & Studies is not involved with University admissions decisions or financial scholarships/awards.

I am seeking to apply to the…

  • Undergraduate College

    The Undergraduate College boasts an 11 to 1 student to faculty ratio, ensuring that the student populations receives a high-touch hands-on education.

    Applying to the College

    In order to apply to the Undergraduate College, you must submit an application to Wake Forest University Undergraduate Admissions.

    If I am interested in a Business program (or other specialized degree program), do I still apply to the Undergraduate College?

    Yes, all students seeking to pursue a Bachelor’s degree program, will begin with the University Undergraduate Admissions office. In your sophomore year, you will be eligible to elect/apply to your area of specialty.

    Where do I find more information about applying?

    Visit the Undergraduate Admissions website:

    Undergraduate Admissions

  • Graduate School of Arts/Sciences

    Have an interest in a Masters or Doctoral program in the arts and sciences? The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences boasts a robust offering of degree programs, spanning from the traditional sciences such as Physics, and Chemistry, to newly emerging areas such as Interpreting & Translation Science.

    Applying to the Graduate School of Arts/Sciences

    Applications are made through the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, although some departments may require portfolio submission and other specified application processes.

    Where do I find more information about applying?

    Visit the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences Admissions website:

    Graduate School of Arts & Sciences Admissions

  • School of Business Graduate Programs

    The WFU School of Business has some of the top ranking business programs in the field, with full-time degree programs in Accounting, Business Analytics (STEM certified), and Management.

    Applying to the School of Business for a graduate program

    Applications are made directly to the graduate program you are interested in within the School of Business.

    Where do I find more information on applying?

    Visit the School of Business Admissions website:

    School of Business Admissions

  • School of Law Graduate Programs

    The WFU School of Law has a variety of programs for international students seeking to learn more about American Law, with degrees such as the LL.M., S.J.D. and the newly developed 2-year J.D. program for international lawyers.

    Applying to the School of Law for a graduate program

    Applications are made directly to the School of Law program you are seeking admission for.

    Where do I find more information on applying?

    Visit the School of Law Admissions website:

    School of Law Admissions