English

All non-native English speakers must demonstrate English proficiency for admission into IUPUI graduate and professional programs.

There are many different ways to demonstrate your English proficiency to meet our graduate or professional admission requirements. Please make careful note of the different minimum requirements for Purdue and IU graduate programs shown below. Additionally, some graduate programs only accept the TOEFL, and some may require a score higher than the minimum campus standard. Verify English proficiency requirements with your program before selecting an alternative to the TOEFL.

Minimum Requirements for Admission for Purdue Programs

TOEFL (iBT) School Code: 1325 Total Score: 80
  • Reading: 19
  • Listening: 14
  • Speaking: 18
  • Writing: 18
Must meet total and all sub-section scores.
IELTS Overall Band Score: 6.5
  • Reading: 6.5
  • Listening: 6.0
  • Speaking: 6.0
  • Writing: 5.5
Must meet overall and all sub-section scores.
IUPUI Program for Intensive English (PIE) Level 7 Check with your academic department for approval
Degree from an English-speaking Country  Completed Bachelor's degree or higher from one of these designated countries (both lists) within the last 24 months

 

Minimum Requirements for Admission for IU Programs

TOEFL (iBT) School Code: 1325 Total Score: 79
IELTS Overall Band Score: 6.5
IUPUI Program for Intensive English (PIE) Level 7 Check with your academic department for approval
Any ELS center located in the US or Canada  Level 112 Check with your academic department for approval
Degree from an English-speaking Country  Completed Bachelor's degree or higher from one of these designated countries (both lists)
ECFMG Certification Official certification received from the Education Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates
 

Students who are admitted with TOEFL iBT of 79-99 or IELTS of 6.5-7.0 will take the English for Academic Purposes (EAP) placement test. Depending on your EAP test results, you may need to take EAP courses at the same time as your academic major courses for one or two semesters. Your letter of admission will indicate if you are required to take this test.