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Applying to Belmont

Undergraduate 

If you want to earn a bachelor's degree, you can apply to undergraduate programs at Belmont University through Belmont's Office of Admissions. You may apply as either a first-year freshman or a transfer student. After receiving your acceptance letter from the Office of Admissions, you will be required to pay a $3,000 deposit to confirm your intent to enroll. After paying your deposit, you will work with International Student and Scholar Services to complete immigration paperwork. 

Graduate

Belmont University offers 22 master's programs and 5 doctoral programs. You will need to contact the graduate school you wish to attend for information about admissions requirements to that program. After you have been admitted to Belmont University, you will be required to pay a $3,000 deposit to confirm your intent to enroll and you must also contact Dr. Kathy Skinner in International Student and Scholar Services for assistance with immigration paperwork.

Exchange

Belmont University has exchange agreements with 23 universities abroad for both undergraduate and graduate programs. Students wishing to participate in Belmont's exchange must be nominated by their home institution. You may apply to Belmont as an exchange student here.