Claremont Lincoln University is proud to enroll graduate students from all around the world. Our accessible, online courses allows students to complete a graduate program from their home counties without incurring the costs of securing a student visa, relocating to the United States, or leaving work and family responsibilities.
Who is an International Student?
Claremont Lincoln University determines a student’s status as “international” solely on their United States citizenship/residency status. If you do not hold citizenship or permanent residency in the U.S., you are considered an international student by Claremont Lincoln University
International applicants are strongly encouraged to submit their application and supporting materials at least 2 months prior to the beginning of the term.
Please read this complete International Students section and visit the Admission Requirements page to become familiar with the process required to enroll at Claremont Lincoln University.
Application procedures for Claremont Lincoln University, as well as other American colleges, are quite different from those in many other countries. To gain familiarity with the terminology and basic procedures, we recommend visiting EducationUSA, which offers information on everything from researching graduate programs to the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).
The online nature of our programs requires that students have appropriate hardware, software, and Internet capabilities. Please read our Technology Requirements page to familiarize yourself with the minimum requisites for studying at Claremont Lincoln University.
International graduate students may qualify for scholarships offered at Claremont Lincoln University.
If you have any questions about the admission process for international students, please contact the Office of Admission at +1-909-667-4444 or admission@ClaremontLincoln.edu. We are also available to chat via Skype. Please email us to set up an appointment. We are here to assist you at every step.