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Admission Process

The Application Process

1

Request information

You can request information trough the form of each program page. It will go directly to our admission department. 

One of our specialized agents contact you to give you all the information you need. We will inform you about the program you like, the fees, tuition and possible grants and monthly payment plan. 

2

Contact our agents

One of our specialized agents will contact you to give you all the information you need. We will inform you about the program you like, fees, tuition and possible scholarships and monthly payment plan.

3

Application

If you are interested in everything explained by our agent, in this step you will fill in the application form and you will be asked to send the necessary documents that you can consult at the end of this page.

4

Interview & Admission

The Academic Director will contact you for a personal interview. After the interview, your documentation will be submitted to the Admissions Committee.

Once admitted, we will send you the official letter of admission.

In turn, our colleagues in the Admissions Department, Finance Department, and Registrar will guide you through the process of signing the necessary documents to finalize the process.

5

Orientation and...enjoy your classes

Prior to the start of classes, we will orient you about Evidentia University services, virtual campus, administration services, Alumni and everything you may need.

The classes start. You are active. Now you just have to enjoy your master and take advantage of the time to get the most out of it. If you need anything, don’t worry, we will continue to be at your side and support you.

Docs you need for your application

We will inform you of everything you need to be admitted to Evidentia University. However it would be helpful to check these minimum requirements:

  • You must have a bachelor’s degree whether from a University in the U.S. or abroad.
  • Remember you can take our programs in English or Spanish. If you want to take the program in a language other than your native language, then you have to provide a language proficiency assessment. Our admissions agent will inform you which assessments are valid.
  • You must submit 3 letters of recommendation. They can be from anyone who explains why we should admit you.
  • We will need your Resume or CV.
  • Proof of annual income (if you apply for an income based grant).
  • Proof of belonging to a group covered by this type of grant (if you apply for a community grant)
  • Course by course certificate from the degree to be recognized, with grades and GPA per course/subject (if you apply for credit recognition).