International students wishing to apply for admission to the School of Public Health-Bloomington Online Masters and Graduate Certificate programs should visit the respective Admission Requirements program pages. Click on the buttons below to find out more about Indiana University's School of Public Health Online offerings.
Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores
All international students applying for our Master's programs must submit GRE scores. International students applying for our online Graduate Certificate Programs are not required to submit GRE scores. GRE test scores older than five years may not be submitted by the Educational Testing Service. The School of Public Health-Bloomington admissions committee will evaluate official copies of older scores, when submitted by the applicant, to determine whether or not the older scores may be accepted for application purposes. Information and application forms may be obtained from the Educational Testing Service.
Educational Testing Service
PO Box 6000
Princeton, NJ 08541-6000
Scores are available about six weeks after the test is taken. It is the responsibility of the applicant to take the GRE test at a time that will allow scores to arrive at the SPH Academic Records Office to meet all school deadlines.
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) scores
All applicants whose first language is not English must submit TOEFL scores. For both undergraduate and graduate admission, one of the following minimum TOEFL scores is required:
The TOEFL is administered by the Educational Testing Service once each month at locations throughout the world. Information about TOEFL administration schedules may be obtained from the Educational Testing Service.
In cases where the TOEFL is not available, a minimum score of 7 on the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) will meet the English language requirement.
Students whose first language is not English must also take an English language placement test upon arrival at Indiana University. The results of this test are used to determine what, if any, remedial English courses must be successfully completed before the graduate study begins. International students should understand that all admissions are granted conditionally, upon verification of English language proficiency, and that enrollment in graduate course work is not permitted, or is limited until all language deficiencies have been removed.
- 213 on the computer-based test
- 80 on the Internet-based test
- 550 on the paper-based test
The School of Public Health-Bloomington will not act upon applications until all required documents have been received (including transcripts, letters of recommendation, application fee, and GRE and TOEFL test scores, as required). The priority deadline admission for our Master's programs are as follow: fall semester -- January 1; spring semester -- September 1. Our Graduate Certificate programs accept applications for the fall, spring, and summer throughout the year. If you have questions about specific school application requirements, you may contact the Office of Online Education by phone at (812) 855-6812, or by e-mail at: email@example.com.