How To Apply

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We are now accepting applications for on-campus and remote programs

Ready to apply to the Intensive English Program?

Follow these 3 easy steps.

1. Prepare your admissions documents

2. Click on APPLY NOW and create account

3. Log into IEP application, complete application and upload documents

APPLY NOW

NEW STUDENTS - You are a first-time applicant to the IEP

Prepare your admission documents:  

  • Copy of the Passport ID page for applicant and any dependents (if applicable)
  • Copy of a supporting bank document (bank letter or bank statement). The bank letter must document a minimum deposit of $17,500 for applicants to the full session program and $10,880 for applicants to the mid-session. An additional $4,500 per session is required for each dependent included on the Form 1-20. 
  • Copy of financial guarantee letter if student if sponsored by a government, employer of other institution.
  • Non-refundable/non-transferable application fee of US $125.00. Payment may be made by credit card only. 

TRANSFER STUDENTS -  You are a transfer student with a current F-1 visa 

Prepare your admission documents

  • Copy of the Passport ID page for applicant and any dependents (if applicable)
  • Copy of a supporting bank document (bank letteror bank statement). The bank letter must document a minimum deposit of $17,500 for applicants to the full session program and $10,880 for applicants to the mid-session. An additional $4,500 per session is required for each dependent included on the Form 1-20. 
  • Copy of financial guarantee letter if student is sponsored by a government, employer of other institution.
  • Non-refundable/non-transferable application fee of US $125.00. Payment may be made by credit card only. 

Additional information: 

F-1 Visa

Once we receive all your admission documents, we will process your application and issue your acceptance package, which includes your form I-20.

A form I-20 is an important immigration document that you must present to the American Consulate or Embassy in your home country to obtain an F-1 student visa before coming to the United States. 

Learn more information about visa requirements and applying for an F-1 visa 

Immunization Form

All students at the University of Miami, regardless of nationality, must submit proof of the necessary immunizations. This form must be completed by your doctor and turned in on the first day of your session. Students who do not submit this form will not be eligible to register for subsequent semesters. Alternately, you can also go to the Student Health Center when you arrive in Miami for a blood test and PPD test.