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      1 – Right Top: English Proficiency

      English Proficiency & Skills

      BU requires English proficiency for admission. We provide reading, writing, and conversation resources to help you meet our high language skill standards and get to know your American peers.

      Learn more

      2 – Right Middle: Visa Info

      Getting Your Visa

      To make getting your visa to study in the US easier, read our quick guide and visit the ISSO's website if you need help.

      3 – Right Bottom: Adapting to Life at BU

      Adapting to Life at BU

      At Boston University, we understand the challenges of joining a new community. In an effort to make your transition easier, Global Programs created the International Student & Scholar Hub. From academics to housing, we have all the resources you need in one spot.

      Learn more


      5 – 4, bottom center: Housing

      Where to Live

      You'll find a variety of living options on campus or very close by. Many undergraduates live in our residence halls, including year-round housing options, while graduate students can apply to live in on-campus apartments or in a nearby neighborhood.


      7 – Bottom Left: Admission Info

      Admissions Information

      Students seeking baccalaureate degrees can apply through undergraduate admissions. We also welcome transfer applicants from other universities.

      Graduate students apply directly through a specific school or college.

      8 – Middle top – Financial Aid

      Tuition, Scholarships & Fellowships

      BU offers international students a limited number of undergraduate scholarships. Scholarship opportunities for graduate students vary by school. See Smart Money 101 for financial management resources.