Official academic records
Submit your official academic records in the original language from every postsecondary school you have attended, whether or not you obtained a degree. If the original is not in English, also include a certified, literal translation. Records must be issued by the registrar or record-keeping official from the institution at which the work was completed.
Notarized copies of academic records are not acceptable. If you studied in the United States or Canada, have official transcripts sent directly to International Admissions from the issuing institution’s records office
Learn more about country-specific requirements
Visit the website of your intended department to find out which test scores are required. You must submit scores from any required tests before an admission decision can be made. Have testing agencies send official score reports to IU.
Additional documents required by your department
These documents may include letters of recommendation or essays, and they may be sent either to the Office of International Services (OIS) with your academic records or directly to the department.
Demonstration of English proficiency
Every department requires proof of English proficiency.
Learn more about demonstrating English proficiency