Indiana University (IU) Admission Updates


Upcoming Deadlines

  • November 1 Early Action application deadline
  • February 1 Regular Decision application deadline
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Scholarships

Last year we were pleased to offer more than $4,000,000 in merit-based scholarship to incoming international freshmen. All international freshmen students with complete applications submitted by February 1 are automatically considered for the Global Engagement Scholarship. Highly qualified students that submit complete applications by our Early Action deadline (November 1) are eligible for the Global Engagement Scholarship and many others.
Learn about scholarships

Kelley School of Business: Admission and Deadlines

Studying business at IU is competitive but not out of reach for strong students. All students interested in majoring in business should list a major in the Kelley School of Business and submit a complete application by November 1 to be automatically considered for direct admission.
Kelley direct admission
Students who do not meet the admission criteria or miss the deadline go through the standard admission process.

Hutton Honors: A Community of Scholars

The Hutton Honors College provides highly qualified students with the best of both worlds: the resources and opportunities of a world-class research university and the intimacy of a small liberal arts college. For students that want an academically rigorous experience with unique courses, the opportunity for research, and a community of intellectually motivated students, the honors college is a great fit.

Psychology, Neuroscience, and Cognitive Science

IU is one of the best places to study psychology and brain sciences in the United States. Are your students interested in how we make decisions and how broken relationships can be fixed? Are they interested in an interdisciplinary degree that combines chemistry and biology with an understanding of the human brain? Or are they interested in exploring the intersection of psychology, philosophy, and social sciences? Whatever their interest, with more than 550 academic programs across the university, we have something for every student.


International Student Ambassador Spotlight

Colin Ooi
Colin, a senior from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, studying information systems and operations, felt at home in Bloomington when he was on the bus to campus. He decided to come to IU because he was drawn to the flexibility of the U.S. education system.

"You don't just take classes relevant to your major, but also a wide array of gen-ed classes that make you more of a holistic person," Ooi said.

Colin has had many chances to get involved with campus life and develop his passions through organizations like Ascend Pan Asian Leaders, Kappa Eta Phi Business Fraternity, Kelley Peer Tutors, Bridges International.

He is also an International Student Ambassador (ISA). Your students can connect with them through email, Skype, webinars, and social media.
Meet the ISA
It's a great way to get answers to questions and find out what life is really like for international students at Indiana University.

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