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Experience a Global University Entirely Online

No matter where you are in the world, you can earn a degree from a top-ranked U.S. university with a broad global reach. The University of Miami is located at the nexus between the U.S. and Latin America, and our reputation extends far beyond our borders. Our courses are taught by the same world-renowned faculty who teach on UM’s Coral Gables campus. Find out how you can broaden your horizons with a graduate degree from UOnline today!


Educating the Global Leaders of Tomorrow

At the University of Miami, educating future global leaders and citizens of the world is an important part of our mission. The UOnline master’s, doctoral, and certificate programs are offered entirely online and provide the same top-quality education to elevate your career and increase your earning potential. You have access to our unmatched UM faculty, reputation, and global community, regardless of where you live and study.

"No country, no company, no university by itself, can meet all the challenges that it is expected to without taking into account what happens in the rest of the world. We need to educate young people who truly are global citizens."

UM President Julio Frenk

Why UOnline?

UOnline offers a prestigious degree from a top-ranked U.S. university. As a UOnline student, you receive access to the same academic and career support services as any student on campus, plus the additional benefits of a fully online program, including multiple start dates and a flexible schedule.


FAQs for International Students

What is the English Language Proficiency Requirement?

International students who do not hold an undergraduate U.S. degree must submit Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) scores.

For more information, please see the Student Handbook. TOEFL Code: 5815

For more information related to the application process for international students, download our Application Checklist for International Students.

How do I obtain an approved credential evaluation?

A credential evaluation compares academic and professional degrees earned in one country to those earned in another country. Evaluation services can take time. We recommend getting started on the process no later than eight weeks before your anticipated start date. Below are three evaluation agencies approved by UM.

Josef Silny & Associates (JS&A)
Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc. (ECE)
World Education Services (WES)

Please send transcripts and international student documents to the following address:

UOnline Enrollment, University of Miami
PO Box 248272, Locator - 1610
Coral Gables, FL 33146 – 1610

Official transcripts can also be sent electronically to etranscripts@miami.edu.

University of Miami School Codes
FAFSA: 001536
GMAT: 7NV-S1-96
GRE: 5815

For more information related to the application process for international students, download our Application Checklist for International Students.

When do classes begin?

UOnline has three intake sessions per year. It is important to note that admission decisions are based upon the overall quality of your application, not individual components. We cannot review your application until all of the required forms have been received. However, our advisors are available to help you every step of the way.

For more information related to the application process for international students, download our Application Checklist for International Students.

How can I connect with international alumni?

The University of Miami has more than 190,000 alumni globally. The UM Alumni Association supports the growing number of international alumni and has several international alumni groups, where alumni can connect and network. To find an alumni group in your country, click here.

How much are tuition and fees?

Tuition costs vary by program. If admitted, you must submit a $300 non-refundable Enrollment Deposit (paid separately and deducted from the first tuition bill). You will have the option of setting up a Monthly Payment Plan (MPP) once your bill is available after registration. Tuition and fees are billed per term, and payment in full is due no later than the first day of class. Please review the UOnline Graduate Student Handbook for more information on acceptable payment methods.



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The application process for international students differs in some ways from the domestic process. Watch enrollment advisor Titi Epega review the application process for international students and discover her best strategies for a successful application.

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