Application Deadlines

Fall 2024:
Early Action

Nov. 15, 2023

Fall 2024:
Regular Decision

March 15, 2024

Spring 2025

Dec. 1, 2024

Although our Regular Decision deadline has passed, we are still accepting applications for Fall 2024 enrollment. Applications are reviewed and admitted on a space-available basis.

What is Early Action?

We offer the non-binding Early Action deadline for undergraduate applicants who desire early notification of their admission status. Applicants wishing to be considered for Early Action need to submit their completed application by November 15. Students submitting all application materials on or before November 15 will receive notification of their admissions decision before January 15.

Applicants for Nursing, Pre-Dental Medicine (3+4 D.M.D.), and Pre-Medicine (3+4 D.O.) should apply by the Early Action deadline. Any program applications submitted after a deadline are reviewed on a space-available basis.

Application Requirements

At the University of New England, an international student is someone who is not a U.S. citizen or permanent resident of the United States and needs a visa to study in the United States.

International Students Should Submit the Following: 

  1. A Common ApplicationCoalition Application, or UNE Application with the $40 application fee.
  2. Official copy of a high school transcript or a four-year educational record. International transcripts must be provided in English with a grading scale or using the traditional U.S. Education System grade scale. If an educational institution cannot provide this, the transcript must be evaluated through World Education Services.
  3. One of the following UNE-approved standardized test scores: SAT, ACT, TOEFL, IELTS, Duolingo English Test or PTE Academic scores. Please see our international test policy below.  

International Test Policy

International students who meet one of the following criteria are eligible to apply without submitting SAT, ACT, TOEFL, IELTS, Duolingo English Test or PTE Academic scores:

  • Attended a regionally accredited U.S. high school or U.S. Department of Defense school for at least three years
  • Received an associate, bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, or doctorate from a regionally accredited U.S. college or university
  • Currently enrolled in an International Baccalaureate Curriculum or International Baccalaureate Diploma program


If you are an applicant included in the list below, you must submit one of the UNE-approved standardized test scores:

  • Applicants for Nursing
  • Applicants for Medical Biology/Pre-Dental Medicine 3+4 D.M.D. or Medical Biology/Pre-Medicine 3+4 D.O.
  • Homeschooled applicants
  • Applicants with unweighted GPAs less than 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale)
  • Applicants with narrative or non-letter grade transcripts

Additional Information

Please visit the international admissions website for more detailed information.

Advanced Placement

Get more information about Advanced Placement credits

Campus visit

Though it is not a requirement for admission, we highly recommend visiting the UNE campus that houses the program to which you are applying. Can’t make it to campus? You can also take a virtual tour or attend a virtual information session.

Contact Undergraduate Admissions

Call us at (800) 477-4863 or email