At the KU School of Business, we combine a unique approach to learning with exceptional instruction. Our students benefit from professors who stay on the leading edge of research. We take our students out of the classroom and place them in real-world situations, allowing them to apply academic knowledge to actual business challenges. It’s an approach that transforms our students into tomorrow's leaders.
During the Spring 2016 semester, the School of Business Assembly voted to change admission standards for international students to the several B.S. in Business majors. Effective with the admissions cycle that starts September 15, 2017, international students for whom English is not the native language (in other words, all international students except those completing high school in Australia, Canada, England, Ireland, New Zealand, and the U.S.) are required to take the TOEFL iBT (https://www.ets.org/toefl/ibt/about) in the United States. KU Testing Services (https://www.testing.ku.edu) offers the TOEFL iBT frequently. A minimum total score of 92 is required, as are minimum sub-scores of 23 on the written and speaking parts of the test.
International students applying to the School who have satisfied all requirements other than the TOEFL iBT minimums will be provisionally admitted. Such provisionally admitted students will have until the first day of classes of the subsequent semester to satisfy the TOEFL iBT minimums. Failing to complete this requirement will result in the student having their admission revoked to the School of Business.