In today’s world, trying to study in a foreign country seems to get more difficult each day. The following helpful hints should make your transition to George Mason and the School of Management a little easier.
- If you have not already left your home country it is essential to bring copies of what you have submitted to both George Mason and the organization that evaluated your international transcript. You will need these copies and official course descriptions (in English) for the courses you think are equivalent to Mason courses.
- You should check in immediately with the Office of International Programs and Services on our campus. There are many new requirements that only they can help you understand. You are responsible for following all the rules and regulations that immigration requires. The staff in the Office of International Programs and Services will help you determine what applies to you.
- To receive additional vital information, you should now link to the page that best fits your status:
Welcome to the United States and best of luck in your career at George Mason University!