Undergraduate - Direct Entry
First-year Undergraduate Direct Entry: International Direct
International Direct is the Undergraduate direct entry route at Oregon State University. Please visit the International Direct page for more information.
All information is provided as a guide and does not guarantee entry. Admissions decisions are at the discretion of the university.
If you have completed high school, secondary school or have received a school-leaving certificate; and you have taken or are currently undertaking college-level study you are eligible to apply to transfer to Oregon State University. Fall, spring and winter term starts are available. More information about transfer applications can be found on the university website.
Academic entry requirements
2.25-2.49 college/university GPA (College Math course completed with C-)
2.50+ college/university GPA (College Math course not required)
If transferring from a US-accredited college/university, Writing 121 OSU course equivalent completed with C- or better. If transferring from a non-US accredited college or university, then no Writing 121 OSU course equivalent is required. |
English language requirements
- TOEFL iBT 80 (minimum 16 subscores)
- IELTS 6.5
- Duolingo 110
Online degrees with Oregon State University Ecampus
Learn anytime, anywhere at your own pace. Why choose Oregon State University Ecampus' online degree programs?
- Online learning with hands-on experience. Network with global classmates and future employers with internships. Engage in your chosen field of study.
- Graduate like on-campus students. The same faculty for on-campus classes develop your online classes. Graduate with the same diploma and transcript as on-campus students.
- A degree from a competitive and accredited institution. Our Ecampus' online bachelor's programs is in the nation's top 10 seven years in a row by U.S. News & World Report.
- Build online career experience for tomorrow's job market. When you finish your online degree, you enhance your digital skills for remote and global work. Spend three terms on campus and qualify for OPT opportunities, letting you work in the US for up to three years post-graduation.