ADMISSIONS

 Nexus University Admissions Team is looking forward to knowing more about you and your career goals in order to support and guide your decision making every step of the way. Our University is committed to the uttermost quality in education, not only because all programs had been designed with an entrepreneurial, innovated and interdisciplinary mind but also planned and map based on the highest standards of accreditation.

GENERAL ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS

The general requirements for admissions, subject to program specific requirements1 are:
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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

A student must be officially admitted and registered prior to attending any class. Courses and schedules of classes are announced well in advance of the beginning of each semester. Questions may be emailed to the Office of the Registrar at registrar@nexusuniversity.com.

Students are not able to register for any class until their admission status indicates that the admission file is complete, and all required documents have been received. If a student submits fraudulent document as part of admissions file, they will not be eligible for refunds and will be banned from re-entering the University.

These are the general requirements for admission to an undergraduate program, subject to program specific requirements2 and payment of tuition and any other fees.

1. A high school diploma or its equivalent such as GED or an associate or higher degree from a regionally or nationally accredited institution or an approved international university/college.

2. Students living in the U.S. must be Florida residents.

3. Government issued picture identification

4. Application fee of $25.00.

5. Submit original/official transcripts from US institutions (Transcripts must be sent directly to Nexus University and be appropriately signed and sealed.)

6. Original transcript from international institutions can be sent/submitted to NEXUS by student.

7. International credentials must be evaluated by a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES).

8. Students who earned credits or high school diploma in a language other than English must have the transcript translated in English by a certified translator. Translated copy should be submitted along with original copy.

9. Students who earn their bachelors in a language other than English and have not earned at least 30 college credits in the US are required to sit and submit official TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS (Internal English Language Testing System) results: a. TOEFL- Must score a minimum of 702 on the IBT (Internet Based test) b. IELTS – Must score 6.5 or better overall c. Nexus University code is 4237 Any application submitted after the deadlines for the session or semester of interest will be reviewed on a space- and time- basis at the discretion of the Director of Academic Affairs. Applicants who provide unofficial copies will be considered provisionally admitted. All official high school transcripts/GED transcripts must be received prior to the student earning 12 credit hours. All official documents are required to complete the program of study and award a degree.

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

1. A bachelor’s degree (as required by program) from a regionally or nationally accredited institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or an approved international university/college with at least a 2.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA) and meets specified program requirements in a discipline of study.

2. International degrees must be evaluated by a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). Course by course evaluation is not necessary unless the student is trying to transfer courses into a new program.

3. Students who earned a bachelor’s degree in another language must have the transcript translated in English by a certified translator. The translated copy should be submitted along with original copy.

4. Students residing in the U.S. must provide proof of Florida residency status.

5. Application fee of $25.00.

6. Original transcripts (these must be sent directly to Nexus University and be appropriately signed and sealed.

7. Students who earn their bachelors in a language other than English and have not earned at least 30 college credits in the U.S. are required to sit and submit official TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS (International English Language Testing System) results:

  • TOEFL- Must score a minimum of 70 on the IBT (Internet Based test)
  • IELTS – Must score 6.5 or better overall.
  • Nexus University code is 4237.

8. Payment of tuition and any other fees.

The responsibility to have all documents certified where required and submitted to Nexus University rest with the student.

Some graduate programs may have additional admission requirements. Please refer to each program for its additional Nexus University admission requirements.

WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?

Even though the process may seem convoluted, it is not. Nexus University had portrayed and implemented engaging and efficient practices during the admissions process, from responding doubts while filling the application to guide you through the transcripts request or evaluation with any NACES agency. Nexus University admissions team will be connected with you at any time needed, even after becoming a student and start enriched academic experience. Remember, We are Nexus, we are here, we are you. 

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English Language Test Waiver

Any student who has completed a baccalaureate in an English-speaking country or earned at least 30 college credits in the United States will be waived from the English language testing requirement.

Transcripts Evaluation

Degrees earned outside the United States must be evaluated by a certified evaluator one that is a member of the National Association for Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). A course by course evaluation is required if a student wants to be admitted with partially completed program, or to transfer in credits completed outside the United States. Nexus University accepts evaluations from any member of the National Association for Credential Evaluation Services (NACES), www.naces.org.

The evaluation results must be received by Nexus University and be appropriately signed and sealed in an envelope or securely emailed to the Registrar at registrar@nexusuniversity.com from the evaluating service.

Registration

A student must be officially admitted and registered prior to attending any class.

Students are not able to register for any class until their admission status indicates that the admission file is complete, and all required documents have been received. If a student submits fraudulent document as part of admissions file, they will not be eligible for refunds and will be banned from the Registrar’s Office.

Ready to Apply?

  • Provide all official transcripts- these may be mailed to:

NEXUS UNIVERSITY

111 NE 1st Street, 3rd. Floor
Miami, Fl. 33132
Or E-mailed to registrar@nexusuniversity.com

  • Complete the Enrollment and Financial Agreement online and submit

1Every program has its own unique Admissions requirements. Please refer to each program for its own Admissions requirements
2The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration does not require a TOEFL score.