- 93Acceptance Rate
- 92Employment Rate
The University of Kansas is home to an active, spirited community of over 2,100 international students representing over 100 countries in every region of the world. International Jayhawks choose from hundreds of degree programs, English-only study, and semester or yearlong study. KU students also enjoy research, internship, study abroad, and other educational enrichment opportunities. KU alumni include world leaders, CEOs, inventors, astronauts, Nobel Prize winners, and international sports and entertainment celebrities.
Freshmen must provide evidence of graduation from high school (grades 9-12), such as diploma, certificate, or set of examination results. Freshmen must also provide evidence they meet the minimum grade average, such as an official transcript or mark sheet, showing grades and completion of a college preparatory curriculum.
English proficiency proof is necessary.
Duolingo English Test is available
Scholarship & funding
KU offers a range of scholarships for international student freshmen and transfer students. For more information