Admission

Admission process

All admission for WSU is handled by My Global World Education group and is only available online via www.mgworld.education. Any questions related to enrollment should be directed to My Global World Education Group located in Denmark, Malaysia, Vietnam and Egypt.

The Application Process

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CONTINUOUS ADMISSIONS & ENROLLMENT POLICY

A candidate may apply to and be accepted into an WSU program anytime during the year on a continuous basis. Once accepted and enrolled, the student may start his/her program whenever a new module/class starts. The only exception is if that module/class requires a prerequisite (previous required course) for enrollment.

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OVERVIEW OF THE ADMISSIONS & ENROLLMENT PROCESS

A candidate’s application for admission and enrollment in an WSU program will follow this process:

a.) An WSU Admissions Officer (AO) responds to an initial inquiry by a candidate for admission for an WSU program.

b.) The candidate submits an Application for Admission.

c.) The candidate’s application will be reviewed by the AO to verify that the candidate meets all of the eligibility requirements for the MBA program.

d.) If eligibility is met for an WSU program the offer letter will be forwarded to the applicant (electronic versions only

e.) Upon WSU’s receipt of the Enrollment Agreement electronic approval and all required enrollment paperwork and payment, the candidate will officially become a student of WSU.

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STEPS OF THE ADMISSIONS & ENROLLMENT PROCESS

This policy and set of procedures applies to candidates who are citizens or permanent legal residents of the United States as well as to candidates who are not citizens or permanent legal residents of the United States.

STEP 1: ADMISSIONS OFFICER FOLLOW-UP TO CANDIDATE’S INQUIRY

After receiving an inquiry from a candidate, the Admissions Officer (AO) will conduct a telephone interview with the candidate to determine overall interest and overall eligibility for a specific WSU program. The AO provides support and assistance as needed for the candidate to complete and submit an Application for Admission if qualified.

This support may include an assessment of the candidate’s English language ability. If an English language ability test needs to be administered for the candidate to meet an admissions requirement, the AO will contact a member of the WSU Academics staff. Academics will then provide a copy of the English language ability test results to the AO.

STEP 2: CANDIDATE SUBMITS APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION

The candidate submits the following application paperwork:

    • WSU Application for Admissions
    • Copy of college/university academic transcripts*
    • Proof of English language proficiency (see section below)
    • Payment of a non-refundable application fee of $100.00

All of the above documents must be submitted by email to admission@WSU.education or via the My Global World Education provider online application system.

STEP 3: ELIGIBILITY REVIEW OF CANDIDATE’S APPLICATION

The AO will review all of the required application materials provided by the candidate to verify that he/she is eligible for the WSU program for which he/she is applying. If the determination is made that the candidate does not meet all programmatic eligibility requirements, the Admissions staff member will contact the candidate in writing to notify him/her that his/her application for admission has been denied due to failure to meet the minimum eligibility programmatic requirements. If the determination is made that the candidate does meet all programmatic eligibility requirements, the Admissions staff member will recommend the candidate be granted admissions to Academics.

STEP 4: APPROVAL/DENIAL OF ADMISSIONS BY ACADEMICS

Academics will review the candidate’s application materials as well as the recommendation from the AO. Academics may also decide to interview the candidate. Academics will make the final decision regarding granting the candidate’s request for admission.

STEP 5: CANDIDATE NOTIFIED OF ADMISSIONS DECISION

If Academics does not approve the candidate’s application for admission to an WSU program, the AO will then notify the candidate in writing that he/she has been denied admission. If Academics does approve the candidate’s application for admission to an WSU program, the AO will then notify the candidate that he/she has been granted admission to an WSU program. The candidate will be sent an Enrollment Agreement and other applicable paperwork.

STEP 6: CANDIDATE SIGNS ENROLLMENT AGREEMENT

For the candidate to accept WSU’s offer of admissions, he/she must submit the following to WSU Admissions:

  • Enrollment Agreement (electronic or hard copy)
  • Payment of the first installation of the program tuition fee
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CANDIDATE APPEAL OF DENIAL OF ADMISSIONS

A candidate may appeal a denial of admission to an WSU program. The candidate must send a written appeal with a detailed justification for reconsideration. The appeal may include supporting documentation.

All appeals of denial of admissions must be received by the WSU within thirty (30) calendar days from the date of the denial of admission. Any appeals received after this time period will not be considered.It is highly unlikely that a candidate whose admissions denial was based on not meeting the minimum eligibility requirements for an WSU program of study will be approved. The candidate will be encouraged to reapply once he/she meets all programmatic eligibility requirements.

A candidate who has been denied admission has the right to reapply for admission at any time.

ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MASTER/DOCTOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM

  • WSU Application for Admissions
  • Highschool , Bachelor’s degree/Master degree
  • Proof of English language proficiency (see section below).
  • Payment of a non-refundable application fee of $100.00

ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY ELIGIBILITY FOR MBA PROGRAM ADMISSIONS

Prospective students whose native language is not English and who have not earned a degree from an appropriately accredited institution where English is the principal language of instruction must demonstrate college-level proficiency in English through one of the following for admission:

  • 1. A minimum score of 530 on the paper-based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL PBT), or 71 on the Internet Based Test (iBT), a
    6.5 on the International English Language Test (IELTS), or 50 on the Pearson Test of English Academic Score Report.
  • 2. A minimum score on the College Board Accuplacer ESL Exam Series as follows:
    ESL Language Use: Score of 85
    ESL Listening: Score of 80
    ESL Reading: Score of 85
    ESL Sentence Meaning: Score of 90 ESL Writeplacer: Score of 4
    Comprehensive Score for all exams of 350
  • 3. A minimum grade of Pre-1 on the Eiken English Proficiency Exam;
  • 4. A minimum B-2 English proficiency level identified within the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) standards and assessed through various ESOL examinations, including the University of Cambridge;
  • 5. A transcript indicating completion of at least 30 semester credit hours with an average grade of “B” or higher at an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the United States Secretary of Education and/or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA), or accepted foreign-

STUDENT ENROLLMENT PROCESS

  • Step 1: Acceptance into the program When students are successful in all steps of the admission process -including demonstrated English proficiency – and documents have been received, WSU will issue an acceptance letter to students.
  • Step 2: Confirmation and Payment Upon receiving the letter, students need to sign to confirm their study and send this letter to WSU. Afterwards, WSU will issue an invoice to the student for payment.
  • Step 3: Welcome and register to our learning platforms When payment is made, the student will receive his/her welcoming package with all the program details and access to the learning platform.

When To Apply?

Application Deadline Decision
Early Decision 1 November 1 December 15
Early Decision 2 January 1 February 15
Regular Decision January 1 April 1

Where to submit necessary documents?

Documents not submitted through the online method can be mailed to:

Box 35300
1810 Campus Way NE
Bothell, WA 98011-8246 USA