International Pre-College Students
Wagner College welcomes students from all over the world. Though we are a small college, we have a vibrant international community and are dedicated to making our campus a more globally aware community.
Official standardized test scores
Minimum required TOEFL or IELTS band score.
- Required minimum TOEFL iBT score of 79; 550 for the paper-based test
- Required minimum IELTS band score of 6.5
The F-1 visa is intended for non-immigrants wishing to pursue academic studies and/or language training programs for a period of time in the United States. Students may obtain F-1 visa stamps by visiting a U.S. embassy or consulate and presenting a Form I-20 (Certificate of Eligibility for F-1 Student Status) issued by Wagner College.
As an international student, studying abroad around the world, international student health insurance is one of the most important aspects of your experience abroad – and could make the difference between an experience you cherish for the rest of your life, or an experience that you will remember for all the wrong reasons.
As with any travel abroad, obtaining the correct health and travel insurance coverage will not only protect you in the event something happens, but it will also give you piece of mind. As an international student, the type of coverage you will need will vary from what you may traditionally know about health and travel insurance, and there are some distinct differences you need to be aware of.
In its truest form, international student health insurance is a tailor-made health insurance plan designed to cover an international student, and their dependents, that are studying (typically full-time) outside of their home country. In the USA, although not a requirement of the F1 Visa, the J1 Visa does require certain coverage limits to be met – and many other countries have requirements that need to be met to apply for their visa.