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International Students

International Admissions, in co-operation with International Programs and Student Life, work closely to support our International students from application to graduation. Wesley College welcomes international students in order to give them insight into the United States and to enrich the Wesley community with a diverse group of students from around the world.

If you are a student researching colleges in America, please take the time to review our web site. The location is excellent. Wesley College is situated in Dover, Delaware, the capital of the First State in the USA and within easy travelling distance to several of America’s most famous cities on the east coast -Washington DC, Baltimore, MD, Philadelphia, PA and New York City. Atlantic beaches and the Chesapeake Bay are nearby and on campus you have a choice of more than 30 student clubs, nationally recognized sports teams and a variety of recreational activities. Click on the Academics link to review the many undergraduate and graduate programs offered.

Students who need an I-20 Visa must forward their information at least four months before the intended semester of enrollment.

Apply On-line, it is free:

  1. Apply online - Easy and Free. Just choose from the Undergraduate or Graduate Admissions Applications.
  2. Mail your Secondary/High School transcript in English and evaluated to:

    Wesley College - Admissions
    120 North State Street
    Dover, DE 19901

    Please provide any regional accrediting association details.
  3. Mail your TOEFL (Wesley's school code: 5894) or IELTS score
  4. Sign our International Student Agreement form and submit with $100 check payable to Wesley College as your deposit.
  5. Complete the financial support statement, with supporting evidence.

SEVIS FEE An international student is now required to pay a fee for a visa. It is the responsibility of the student to pay this fee.

"The SEVIS fee - in most cases, $100 - is mandated by Congress and was instituted on September 1, 2004. The fee applies to F, J and M non-immigrant visa classifications and is used to cover the costs of maintaining SEVIS and to provide assistance and technical support for SEVIS users.

There are currently several methods of payment for the SEVIS fee including: Internet payments via debit or credit card; checks or money orders drawn on a U.S. account; third-party payments; and Western Union. The Western Union fee payment method presents an additional, more convenient option to students and exchange visitors wishing to pay in their local currency.

Under this new payment initiative, Western Union collects the SEVIS fee, in local currency, along with the student or exchange student's required registration data and transmits the payment and data to ICE. The properly completed Western Union receipt serves as immediate proof-of-payment for a visa interview at a U.S. consulate and for admission at a U.S. port of entry. This option is available in any country where Western Union offers its Quick Pay ™ service - currently more than 130 nations worldwide."

For more information visit www.ice.gov.

You may also call, e-mail, or request online an international admissions packet. This packet contains the required admissions materials as well as useful information on foreign student services at Wesley College.