International Student Recruitment


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    1. 1. Jennifer Reed Jennifer MathewsAssistant Director for Assistant Director for International International Admissions Recruitment
    2. 2. Why IUPUI?
    3. 3. Academics ProgramsInternational Focus
    4. 4. Indiana University Degrees Purdue University Degrees Twoworld renowned universities combined in one campus in downtown Indianapolis, the capital city of Indiana
    5. 5. • 30,300 students• 1400 internationalstudents from 130+ countries• 250+ degree programs in 18 academic schools • Widest range in the state of Indiana• 75% of classes have fewer than 30 students
    6. 6. • Emphasis on experiential learning opportunities• Recognized for excellence by USNWR in the areas of: – Outstanding first year student experience – Undergraduate research opportunities – Service Learning programs – Learning communities
    7. 7. RankResearchFaculty
    8. 8. • IUPUI ranked 3rdby U.S. News and World Report in "Up-and- Coming” National Universities• Over 90% of full-time faculty have professional or doctoral degrees with a student to faculty ratio of 16:1• IUPUI is a premier public researchuniversity, receiving more than $400 million in external research funding in 2010-2011• Our School of Medicine, School of Dentistry, and School of Nursing make IUPUI a national leader in the health sciences professions• IUPUI has top-ranked programs in schools such as Nursing, Public and Environmental Affairs, Business, and Law
    9. 9. Why Choose the City of Indianapolis? LocationAffordability Arts Culture
    10. 10. • The capital of the state of Indiana ranks as one of the most affordable US cities. It is the 12 th largest city in the U.S., with more than 2,000,000 people in the metropolitan area• Downtown Indianapolis -- clean, safe, affordable -- is a 15-minute walk from the IUPUI campus• Access to shopping, the orchestra, museums, zoo, and restaurants representing food from around the world• Numerous internship opportunities available to students due to urban location• Four seasons: Warm summers, mild fall and spring, and cold winters with snow
    11. 11. • International HouseA community within the Campus Apartments for international and American studentsinterested in cultural exchange• Campus ApartmentsOne-, two-, or four-bedroom furnished apartments• Living Off-CampusIndianapolis offers many options at all price rangesfor rented apartments throughout the city. You cansharing the rent for a two- or three-bedroomapartment with other students.
    12. 12. International Student Services• Professional staff provide support throughout your degree program• Comprehensive orientation and welcome services• Assistance with cultural and educational adjustment• Peer Mentoring for undergraduate students• Group activities and programs to help students meet people and learn about Indianapolis
    13. 13. IUPUI Traditions MLK Day ofDemocracy Service Plaza Friday IUPUI Culture Regatta Hours Weeks of International Welcome Festival
    14. 14. 2011-2012 Undergraduate Estimated Expenses for One Academic Year (9 months) *Graduate expenses vary by program Annual Tuition & Fees $26,956 Living expenses $11,340 Books& Supplies $1,100 Health Insurance $1,038 Total $40,434
    15. 15. Undergraduate Merit ScholarshipsCompetitive Scholarships $15,000 - $20,000 andDeadline: December 1 housingAdditional application required, Freshman onlyFreshman Scholarships • $4,000 - $12,000 per yearDeadline: February 1 • Possible housing stipendsNO Additional application required • Based on high schoolRenewable for four years grades and test scoresTransfer Scholarships • $5,000Deadline: February 1 • based on GPANO Additional application requiredRenewable for two years
    16. 16. Limited number of Athletic scholarships for the followingNCAA Division I Sports: Men’s Sports Women’s Sports • Basketball• Basketball • Cross Country• Cross Country • Golf• Golf • Soccer• Soccer • Softball• Swimming & Diving • Swimming & Diving• Tennis • Tennis• Track & Field • Track & Field • Volleyball
    17. 17. Graduate Financial AidCompetitive programsUniversity FellowshipsFull or partial research or teachingassistantshipsSome programs may offer partial tuitionscholarshipsShould contact the department of interest formore detailed information
    18. 18. Undergraduate Application Checklist• Application and Fee• Official Academic Records (transcripts)• TOEFL 61 or IELTS 5.5• SAT or ACT scores if you are still in high school and applying for competitive scholarships• Financial Documentation: • Financial Support Form from your sponsor (usually a parent) • Bank statement documenting your ability to pay tuition and living expenses for one academic year• Photocopy of your passport • (to ensure correct spelling and format of your name on your I-20) See our website for complete application instructions and materials: Deadline for applications : March 1 for Fall Semester, October 1 for Spring Semester
    19. 19. Graduate Application Requirements• Always contact the academic department • May have additional requirements, recommendation letters, etc.• Many programs require online application• $60 Application Fee• Official Academic Records (transcripts)• Minimum TOEFL 79 or IELTS 6.0 • (Many programs have higher TOEFL/IELTS scores )• Financial Documentation: • Financial Support Form from your sponsor (usually a parent) • Bank statement documenting your ability to pay tuition and living expenses for one academic year• Photocopy of your passport • (to ensure correct spelling and format of your name on your I-20)
    20. 20. Contact the Office of InternationalAffairsIndiana University-Purdue University IndianapolisOffice of International AffairsWebsite iapply.iupui.eduEmail iapply@iupui.eduPhone 317-247-7000Fax 317-278-2213