UW Bothell admission requirement temporary exceptions due to COVID-19:
In response to the COVID-19 disruptions, the University of Washington Bothell has adopted temporary exceptions to our admission requirements through Autumn 2021.
For an explanation of these temporary exceptions and a full list of frequently asked questions related to COVID-19 and UW Bothell Admissions, please visit our COVID-19 Admissions FAQ page linked here: uwb.edu/admissions/covid-19
International students contribute global perspectives in the classrooms and on campus, which promotes UW Bothell’s commitment to fostering a community of global learners. We believe a student body rich in diversity--culturally, socially, and economically--significantly contributes to a dynamic and vibrant learning community for all students. UW Bothell offers incredible opportunities with quality advising to help you plan your academic courses, as well as excellent career mentoring, research opportunities, multiple health and wellness programs, and numerous student organizations. We welcome students from around the world to join UW Bothell and earn an internationally recognized University of Washington degree.
International First Year
A student who has completed or will complete secondary school (high school) but has not yet attended any college or university. If you have completed high school and plan to enroll in college classes before attending the UW Bothell, you should apply as a transfer student. If you are taking college-level courses while you are still attending high school, apply as a first-year.
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A student who is attending or has attended any post-secondary institution but has not yet completed a four-year bachelor’s degree. If you are planning to enroll at any college or university before attending the UW, even if it is for one term only, you will be considered an international transfer applicant.
A student who has completed or will complete a four-year bachelor’s degree considered equivalent to a U.S. bachelor’s degree prior to enrolling at UW Bothell.
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International students currently enrolled at UW Bothell have access to limited institutional funding options such as merit based scholarships, general scholarships open to all UW Bothell students, grants that support various student experiences, and on-campus employment.
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For more specific questions and inquiries contact an International Admission Advisor by calling +1-425-352-5000, emailing at firstname.lastname@example.org, or chatting online with us.